A new photo may be evidence that a 15-year-old did in fact hide in the wheel well of a plane during a five-hour flight.
It shows the landing gear of the 767 aircraft where officials say the teen traveled from San Jose to Maui, surviving subzero temperatures and a lack of oxygen.
It's not the first time someone has attempted to hitch a ride on a plane, but other stowaways have been far less fortunate.
In 2010, the body of Delvonte Tisdale was found in the town of Milton, Massachusetts. It was later discovered that the 16-year-old fell from the wheel well of a passing plane, en route from Charlotte to Boston.
Delvonte's mother, Jonette Washington is OutFront.View my Flipboard Magazine.
Doctors in West Africa are struggling to stop an outbreak of one of the world's deadliest viruses –Ebola.
But the outbreak spreading fast. The virus has already claimed at least 142 lives in Guinea and Liberia.
The World Health Organization reports another hundred people have been stricken with the virus, warning it could spread further. Dr. Sanjay Gupta recently returned from the region and is OutFront.
Questions are growing about the owner of the sunken South Korea ferry. South Korean authorities searched the offices of the owner of the on Wednesday, prosecutors confirmed to CNN, broadening a criminal investigation that has already ensnared 11 members of the ill-fated ship's crew.
The owner is a mysterious millionaire, who is rarely seen in public.
Recently his company had fallen on hard times.
CNN's Kyung Lah has the story.
Investigators are examining a so-called "object of interest" that could be a piece of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
The debris is described as a piece of jagged sheet metal with rivets and fiberglass coating that washed up on the coast of Australia, which is about a thousand miles from the current search area.
Early reports indicate the debris is not likely from the plane.
CNN's Miguel Marquez says that any potential piece of evidence, no matter how small could be crucial to determining what happened to the missing jet.