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2020 Celebrity Deaths – CBS Miami

PIX: “Hope” Is Born At Zoo MiamiThere is some ‘hopeful’ news from Zoo Miami amid the tragic bush fires raging in Australia that has killed nearly a half a billion animals. It is the first full appearance of a baby koala, born in May 2019, and now named “Hope”.

2020 New Year’s Celebrations Around The WorldMany countries have already kicked into the new year. Take a look at some of the celebrations around the world.

2019 Key West Dachshund WalkThe southernmost island in the continental U.S. began its New Year’s Eve festivities Tuesday with a wacky parade of pooches.

PIX: Juvenile Caribbean Flamingo Slowly Joins The Flock At Zoo Miami

The CBS4 Nat Moore 🏆 Trophy Live Presentation and Winner Henry Parrish

Behind The Scenes Of The CBS4 Nat Moore 🏆 Trophy

RENDERINGS: SB Architects’ Concept Designs To Restore Notre Dame CathedralCooper Copetas, a Parisian and designer at SB Architects’ Miami office, was the visionary behind the 11 renderings.

PIX: ‘Sia’ The Siamang Undergoes Surgery At Zoo Miami“Sia,” a 29-year-old siamang at Zoo Miami, had to be operated on because of a buildup of foreign matter in her gastrointestinal tract.

PIX: Flamingo Chick Hatches At Zoo MiamiOn Wednesday, September 25th, a Caribbean flamingo hatched at Zoo Miami! This is the first hatching of this iconic species since 2011 and is the first time that a chick has hatched since the flock was moved to their new exhibit in the zoo’s entry plaza.

Famous Breast Cancer SurvivorsOctober is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To help put a face to the importance of early detection, here is a look at some famous breast cancer survivors.

Keeping An Eye On Hurricane DorianAfter devastating the Bahamas, Hurricane Dorian next heads toward Florida and the East Coast.

Friday SunriseCBS4 viewers captured a beautiful sunrise Friday morning.

PIX: 144-Pound Jaguar Undergoes Medical, Dental Exam At Zoo Miami

PIX: Baby Giraffe Makes Public Debut At Zoo MiamiVisitors to Zoo Miami were in for a real treat Friday with the exhibit debut of the zoo’s newest baby giraffe.

PIX: Baby Boom At Zoo Miami

PIX: Gas Explosion Rocks Plantation Shopping Plaza

U.S. Soccer Women’s National Team Advances To 3rd Straight World Cup Final Following Victory Over England

Apollo 11: ‘The Eagle Has Landed’

U.S. Soccer Women’s National Team Defeats France, Advances To World Cup SemifinalsThe United States Soccer Women’s National Team advanced to the 2019 World Cup Semifinals with a 2-1 victory over France on Friday. Led by the heroic effort of midfielder Megan Rapinoe, who scored both goals for the team, and head coach Jill Ellis, who lives in Palmetto Bay, Florida, the team is now just a game away from reaching their 2nd straight World Cup Final, but to get there they’ll have to defeat England on Tuesday, July 2 at 3 p.m.

PIX: Baby Rhino At Zoo Miami

PIX: President Trump Meets The Queen

Disneyland Unveils Preview Of New ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’ Theme Park

Source: miami.cbslocal.com

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