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WEB EXTRA: Zoo Animals Enjoy Ice Treats On Hot DaySome animals at the Brookfield Zoo in Chicago got to cool off on July 9 with some ice treats. Zoo staff froze bones for the lions and African painted dogs and fruit for the sloth bear to enjoy. The reindeer cooled off under a mister in their outdoor habitat.
WEB EXTRA: Eye on the Day July 10Record COVID-19 death tolls in some states, the search for a missing actress continues, and the Big Ten goes conference-only for the fall.
WEB EXTRA: Black Lives Matter Mural In Front Of Trump Tower in NYC"Black Lives Matter" was painted in yellow on Fifth Avenue in front of Trump Tower in Manhattan on Thursday. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Reverend Al Sharpton painted with volunteers.
WEB EXTRA: Disney Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom Reopen To Annual PassholdersAnnual passholders previewed Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom at Disney World in FL Thursday. The theme parks will reopen to everyone Saturday after a nearly 4-month closure because of the pandemic. Disney says guests must wear face coverings, and there will be limited capacity.
WEB EXTRA: Search For "Glee" Actress Naya Rivera ContinuesSearch teams on Lake Piru in Ventura County, CA are looking for Actress Naya Rivera, known for her role in "Glee." Authorities said she rented a boat with her 4-year-old son on Wednesday, and then he was found sleeping alone in the boat a few hours later.
Trending: What's In A Name?Country band Lady A, formerly Lady Antebellum, sues blues singer Lady A
WEB EXTRA: Police Officer Saves Dog From House FireAn officer from the Village of Caledonia Police Department in Wisconsin rescued a dog from a house fire July 6. The police department said “Deezel” the 12-year-old Vizsla was “unbothered by all the commotion while sitting on the couch.”
WEB EXTRA: Man Catches Toddler Thrown From Burning BuildingOn July 3, a former college football player and retired Marine made the catch of his life. The following video may be distressing to some.
WEB EXTRA: City of Fort Lauderdale Announces Leadership Change At Police DepartmentFort Lauderdale Police Chief Rick Maglione is no longer head of the department. He has been reassigned and replaced by newly appointment Interim Chief Karen Dietrich
WEB EXTRA: Gov. DeSantis To Split Lines For Asymptomatic & Symptomatic People At State Run Testing FacilitiesAt a news conference on Thursday, Gov. Ron DeSantis said he is working to speed up wait times and test result times by splitting up the lines for asymptomatic and symptomatic people.
Trending: Lady A LawsuitCountry band Lady A is now suing Atlanta singer Anita White who has performed as Lady A for a number of years. The group filed the suit after negotiations with White broke down.
Trending: Bad BunnyReggaeton superstar Bad Bunny is now Playboy magazine's first-ever digital cover star. He's also the second male ever to get a cover spot.
Eye On The Day 7/9Here are a few stories we are keeping an eye on: COVID-19 continues surging in the South, the White House talks schools reopening, and a poll says people will be spending less money post-pandemic. What are some changes you’ll make?
WEB EXTRA: Penguins Take Field Trip To MuseumThe Magellanic penguins from the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago are taking more field trips. The aquarium released video of Izzy and Darwin exploring the Field Museum and the dinosaur exhibits.
WEB EXTRA: Whales Of Southern ItalyThe Italian Coast Guard spotted a pod of sperm whales near the island of Lipari in southern Italy on June 29.
WEB EXTRA: Delivery DogMeet Eros, a dog who's helping deliver food to customers in Colombia.
WEB EXTRA: Breonna Taylor Mural in MarylandThis 7,000-square-foot mural in Annapolis, Maryland is a tribute to Breonna Taylor. Artists and volunteers painted the mural over two basketball courts. Taylor was shot and killed by police serving a search warrant at her Kentucky home in March.
WEB EXTRA: Drone Display Offers COVID Safety Reminders300 drones formed images of people wearing face masks, social distancing, and washing their hands. The drone display in Seoul, South Korea on Saturday reminded people about coronavirus safety guidelines.
WEB EXTRA: Dancing Robots Fill In For Fans At Baseball StadiumRobots filled in for fans at the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks’ baseball game on Tuesday in Japan, and they danced to the team's fight song. Spectators haven't been allowed at games because of the pandemic. The robots will perform at home games through July.
WEB EXTRA: Fawn Trapped In Window Well RescuedA fawn found itself stuck in a window well on July 3. A West Seneca New York Police Officer put on a pair of kevlar animal handling gloves and spent about 30 minutes trying to rescue the fawn. He finally managed to help the animal leap out of the well. Take a look.
"Tough As Nails" Premieres Wednesday Night On CBS12 competitors, who get their workout on their jobs and not a gym, will be tested on their strength and endurance. Watch tonight at 8 p.m. on CBS4.
Trending: Jude LawDisney has cast Jude Law for the role of Captain Hook in their upcoming live action "Peter Pan and Wendy."
Trending: Hamilton BacklashHamilton creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda is responding to critics who are not happy with the way slaveholders are depicted in the show.
Eye On The Day 7/8Here are a few stories we are keeping an eye on: Protest in Indiana over a possible hate crime, Dr. Anthony Fauci says young people need to do more to stop COVID-19, and Disney World is reopening some parks this weekend. Are you comfortable heading back?

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