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WEB EXTRA: Miami-Dade Officials Give 8PM Update On Surfside Condo CollapseMiami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava says numbers remain the same: 102 safe, 99 still unaccounted for.
WEB EXTRA: Sister-In-Law Of Paraguay's President Missing After Condo CollapseLisa Petrillo reports among the missing is Sophia López Moreira, sister-in-law of the President of Paraguay, and her family.
WEB EXTRA: CBS4's Jim DeFede On Seeking Answers To Surfside TragedyCBS4's Jim DeFede talks about the partially collapsed Surfside building, as the community begins to search for answers.
WEB EXTRA: State, Local Officials Address Surfside TragedyFlorida Governor Ron DeSantis came to South Florida, where he and other officials addressed the partial building collapse in Surfside.
WB EXTRA: Former Miami-Dade Fire Chief Dave Downey Discusses Partial Building CollapseThe former chief said it's going to be slow and thorough process in removing possible victims from the rubble.
WEB EXTRA: Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Update On Surfside Condo CollapseThe 12-story building has 136 units, 55 units on the northeast side were involved in the collapse.
WEB EXTRA: Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava, "About Half The Units Have Collapsed"Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava spoke Thursday morning about the Surfside partial building collapse and said about half of the building units had collapsed.
WEB EXTRA: Surfside Condo Resident Barry Cohen Said The Partial Collapse Of His Building Was ScaryBarry Cohen said he and his wife were rescued by firefighters.
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WEB EXTRA: Fiona The Hippo Runs Away From BubblesLooks like Fiona the hippo is not a fan of bubbles! The Cincinnati Zoo's three-year-old hippopotamus was quick to run away when a zookeeper blew some bubbles at her on June 16.
WEB EXTRA: Mother-Daughter Lemonade StandA mom and daughter duo thought they'd open a lemonade stand to raise a little money for a trip to Universal Studios. Take a look at what happened next - it's a story as sweet as lemonade.
WEB EXTRA; Kansas Teen Catches World Record Breaking FishThis Kansas teen with muscular dystrophy went on a fishing trip to celebrate his high school graduation. He didn’t expect to head home with a world record.
WEB EXTRA: Lauderhill Police Press Conference On Bodies Of Sisters Found In CanalThe girls have been identified as 9-year-old Destiny Hogan and 7-year-old Daysha Hogan. Their mother, 36-year-old Tinessa Hogan, was named as a person of interest.
WEB EXTRA: Newborn Antelope At Zoo In PolandThis newborn mountain bongo antelope spent some time in the sun at the Warsaw Zoo in Poland on Wednesday (6/23). The zoo said this antelope subspecies is critically endangered. The baby antelope is the second of its kind to be born at the zoo this year.
WEB EXTRA: Baby Born At Miami International AirportMeet Mia, a baby born at Miami International Airport on June 20th.
Children's Service Council Of Broward's Back To School Extravaganza 2020For the eleventh year, the Children’s Service Council of Broward County (CSC), along with many other community partners, will be a leading supporter of the “Back to School Extravaganza”, an effort to bring backpacks, supplies, shoes, and uniforms to thousands of economically disadvantaged students.
WEB EXTRA: Spider-Man Meets The PopeSpider-Man was at Pope Francis' weekly audience Wednesday (6/23). The hero even met the pope and gave him a Spider-Man mask. The man behind the mask, Mattia Villardita, was seated in the VIP section for his work dressing up and visiting sick kids in hospitals.
WEB EXTRA: Slo-Mo WigglesTake a look at Uma the hippo's impressive ear wiggles in slow motion at San Antonio Zoo on June 15. The zoo told Reuters: "Hippos wiggle their ears to remove water from their ears when they surface. On land, they also do it to swat away insects."
WEB EXTRA: Dr. Walensky Says 'Nearly Every' COVID Death 'Is At This Point Entirely Preventable'CDC Director: “Nearly every death, especially among adults, due to COVID-19 is at this point entirely preventable.” On Tuesday (6/22), Dr. Rochelle Walensky said "nearly every" coronavirus death is "particularly tragic” now that highly effective vaccines are available.
WEB EXTRA: Roses On Brazilian Beach Mark 500,000 COVID DeathsThese roses on a Rio de Janeiro beach represent more than 500,000 Brazilians who have died from COVID-19. On Sunday (6/21), volunteers placed the flowers while also criticizing the government for its virus response. A sign read, “Half-million dead. Where did we go wrong?”
WEB EXTRA: Surprise Fourth Penguin Chick Hatches At AquariumAn unexpected fourth penguin chick hatched at Chicago's Shedd Aquarium a few weeks ago. The other three chicks hatched earlier in the spring. The aquarium says the chicks have to meet a few milestones before they can join the full penguin colony and meet the public.
Trending: Britney SpearsSinger Britney Spears is set to testify in a Los Angeles courtroom about the people making decisions over finances and life. She's been fighting to remove her father from her conservatorship.

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