Feb. 21, 2014 -- Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.
1. Dramatic Highway Rescue to Save Baby's Life
As her nephew started turning blue, Pamela Rauseo panicked. She didn’t want anything bad to happen to 5-month-old Sebastian de la Cruz, who was born premature and with respiratory issues. So Rauseo stopped her SUV along Miami’s Dolphin Expressway Thursday and screamed for help.
2. Ukraine Announces Deal to End Crisis; Shots Fired in Kiev
Ukraine's presidency said Friday that it has negotiated an international deal intended to end battles between police and protesters that have killed scores and injured hundreds. It was unclear whether the deal would appease protesters, and shots rang out Friday morning in central Kiev.
3. 4 Dead in Shooting at Calif. Tribal Meeting
A woman opened fire during an eviction meeting at an American Indian tribal headquarters in California, police said. The shooting happened in the Cedarville Rancheria Tribal Office in Alturas. The suspected shooter, Sherie Lash, 44, is in custody, police said in a press release.
4. Shock Persists as Community Mourns Slain Girl
A middle-school football coach accused of kidnapping and killing a 10-year-old girl is scheduled to make his first court appearance on Friday, as her southwest Missouri community struggles with a mix of anger and memories of a vivacious, trusting little girl.
5. IOC Laughs off Fake Wolf in Village Prank
Olympic organizers laughed off the prank by a U.S. luger involving a wolf supposedly prowling the athletes' village, and they said Friday that no disciplinary action is being taken.