A determined bear and a look at remote control racing are some of the moments that captivated our attention this week. Take a look at this week in video.
One determined bear
How would you like to wake up to find this guy in your backyard?
This black bear was determined to get at a bird feeder in a backyard in Townsend, Massachusetts, on Thursday.
He scoped out the entire yard trying to figure out the best way to score the tasty treat.
After walking around the yard — sometimes upright on two legs — he opted to climb a tree to get at the feeder.
Watch the video above to see the bold bear reach the bird feeder.
Marvel drops new trailer for 'Spider-Man: No Way Home'
More than two years after the release of "Spider-Man: Far From Home," the trailer for the third film starring Tom Holland has arrived.
The trailer, released Tuesday, features what the poster previously hinted: appearances from villains from past Spider-Man movies, like Electro, the Green Goblin and Doctor Octopus.
"They're a danger to our universe," Doctor Strange tells him, explaining the mess they're in.
That mess, to be more specific, is a spell gone wrong after Peter enlists Strange's help in undoing the damage done by Mysterio at the end of the last film, in which Peter was exposed to the world as Spider-Man.
"Spider-Man: No Way Home" will be released in theaters on Dec. 17.
Inside the world of remote control racing
It's a type of car racing that's often overlooked.
But for the people who spend countless hours working on their vehicles to prepare for the next drop of the checkered flag, it's one of the most important activities in their lives.
We're talking about remote control racing.
"We eat, sleep and breathe it every day," one RC enthusiast said. "If I'm not here, I'm usually working on the car. If I'm not working on the car, I'm talking to somebody about racing."
Chip Baysden, a photojournalist at our sister station WYFF, recently visited three in the South Carolina area: Easley R/C, Fountain Inn RC Complex and Lakeside RC Speedway.
He captured just a taste of the excitement of the races and the devotion the racers have for the remote-controlled racing sport.
"A lot of people may think RC racing as just a little remote control car that you buy at Walmart something, but it's far from that," said Fountain Inn RC Complex owner C.J. Mason.