It was a rocky night for many stars on Dancing With The Stars. It was rock night, but it turns out the performances were the rocky part of the show. Melissa Gilbert had to be taken to the hospital after hitting her head during her dance. She has a mild concussion, but will be ok. You can read all about Monday's show here: http://www.eonline.com/news/watch_with_kristin/dancing_with_stars_scores_sink_whos_on/307541?utm_source=eonline&utm_medium=rssfeeds&utm_campaign=imdb_topstories
. The results show airs on ABC 4 Tuesday on ABC 4.
Most people head to the Caribbean for sun. But a new breed of thrill seekers hang out at the airport on the island of St. Maarten for a different kind of getaway -- the chance to be blown away -- literally by the engine of a jet. It's called planespotting and it's dangerous. The jet blast from the massive engines can easily produce winds of more than a hundred miles an hour. No place in the world can people get this close to the planes. Records aren't kept about how many people have been injured.
A middle school student jumped into the driver's seat when his school bus driver passed out on the way to class. The student is being called a "quick thinker" and a "hero" for leading the bus and the fifteen other students on board to safety. Read all about his actions here: http://abcnews.go.com/US/student-drives-bus-safety-driver-passes/story?id=16103862#.T4Q5fdl22Sp
Joy in the Garden has a new book out Tuesday. It's called "Incredible Edible Landscapes" and it includes ways to develop your own garden. To buy your copy of the book, go to: http://www.joyinthegarden.com/new-book