Nicely done and it looks like you had fun.I'm Carl Azuz.Let's get to CNN STUDENT NEWS.
First up, we're looking at four wildfires that are burning in parts of Arizona and these things are getting bigger. We reported on this story earlier in the week. As of Wednesday afternoon, no deaths had been reported in connection with these wildfires and officials said just three buildings had been destroyed.
Firefighters are working to get these flames under control, though. They're having to battle the weather, as well.
We're talking about high temperatures, low humidity , strong winds. All of these things are combining to help spread the wildfires.
The one causing the most concern is the Gladiator Fire. It's near a historic mining town. And on Wednesday, it was only about 5 percent contained.
Here you see one of the ways in which officials are trying to put out the flames. This is really interesting stuff here.
The helicopter drops down over a lake, starts siphoning up water, then it heads out for one of the wildfires and dumps the water on the flames.
On Tuesday, we mentioned that voters were heading to the polls in Nebraska and Oregon. Those states were holding the next round of U.S. primary elections and we've got the results on them for you now.
And in terms of presidential candidates, they probably won't come as a surprise.
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney won the primaries in both states. He's been the Republican Party's presumptive nominee for a while now. And with these wins, he's getting closer to the number of delegates he needs to win to become his party's official nominee.
These folks aren't lining up to vote, they're waiting to donate blood to try to help a Georgia woman who's
suffering from a rare case of flesh- eating bacteria. And we explained what the disease is and how Amy Copeland got it in our show on Tuesday. You can find that in the transcript archives on our Web site.
This is just one of the blood drives that's happening around Georgia. Amy Copeland has been infused with more than 168 pints of blood since she got sick.
Now, just to compare, the human body contains about 10 pints.
Copeland's doctors say her struggle with this disease is going to be a roller coaster ride of highs and lows.