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WEB EXTRA: Some US zoos vaccinate animals against COVIDZoos across the United States have started vaccinating animals that are at risk of contracting and spreading COVID-19.

EXTRA WEB: Twin pandas born at Madrid zooTake a look at these twin pandas born at a zoo in Spain on September 6. Madrid Zoo Aquarium said their first examination confirmed the twins were in good health.

EXTRA WEB: Kites fly at festival in EnglandCheck out these kites that flew at a festival in England on Sunday (9/5). Bears, flowers and fish are just a few of the kites seen on central St. Annes Beach.

A look at how the 9/11 attacks are taught in South Florida schools 20 years laterCBS4’s Karli Barnett has the story.

MIA Introduces First-Ever Airport COVID Sniffer Dog TeamTrainers say dogs are successful 97% of the time.

Transgender Adult Shares Survival Story, Tells Others “You Are Not Alone” to Mark National Suicide Prevention MonthJacqueline Quynh of CBS4 shares the story of Nelida Jean-Baptiste Pellot. Read more:

Several people arrested after being suspected of stealing the identity of people killed in the collapse of the Champlain Sud towersTed Scouten from CBS4 has more on identity theft cases. Read more:

Lawyers in the Nikolas Cruz case were back in court on WednesdaySeveral motions were decided, including the defense who wanted information on the grand jury, what the prosecution called a fishing expedition.

Exclusive: Surveillance Video Captures Potential Miami-Dade SW Series Car BurglarCBS4’s Peter D’Oench has the exclusive details.

Florida judge rules school mask warrants can continueCBS4’s Joan Murray reports that Judge John Cooper has blocked Gov. Ron DeSantis’ executive order seeking to ban school mask warrants, giving at least a temporary victory to parents challenging the executive order. Read more:

Broward Center and Parker Playhouse will require proof of vaccine or negative testLisa Petrillo from CBS4 shares the post from Kelley Shanley, CEO and President of the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Read more:

Disney announces new mandate for employees and vaccinesDisney says any new staff hired after September 30 must show proof of vaccination, at least a week before their start date.

Search for a Miami homicide suspectDarien Carrandi is wanted for the stabbing death of his roommate. Weather 9-8-21 5pmCBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer has the latest news on Tropical Storm Mindy and your weather forecast for Wednesday night.

All clear given to South Plantation High following bomb threat investigationA student was treated for heat-related issues after entering elementary school and was handed over to a parent.

White House to announce plan to tackle next phase of pandemicCBS4’s Karli Barnett reports that the United States surpassed 651,000 deaths from COVID this week.

Miami Gardens building damaged by rain stormNo one was hurt.

BSO arrests man for kidnapping 2 children in Deerfield BeachMax Carias-Carrilo faces several charges,

EXTRA WEB: New Identity Theft Conference on Surfside Condo CollapseSurfside Condo Collapse Identity Theft New conference

EXTRA WEB: Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle on Identity Theft ArrestsThree people arrested who targeted the victims of the Surfside condo collapse.

WEB EXTRA: Meteor In Sky Over FranceThis meteor was seen illuminating the skies of France on Sunday (9/5). The Paris Observatory said nearly 400 people said they saw “a very bright object”.

WEB SUPPLEMENT: Toddler at Pentagon Daycare on September 11 is now in the Air ForceOn September 11, 2001, terrorists hijacked American Airlines Flight 77 and then landed it in the Pentagon. Hanna and Heather Born were in the Pentagon daycare that day. Twenty years later, they are carrying on the legacy of the soldiers killed in the attack. Hanna talks about what she remembers from that day.

EXTRA WEB: A cycle path in Belgium allows cyclists to cross the lake by bikeWould you like to take a ride on this cycle path? Discover the path in Belgium which crosses a lake.

Florida judge rules school mask warrants may continue despite Gov. DeSantis’ appealFlorida school districts, including Broward and Miami-Dade, that have made mask use mandatory may continue to do so. Katie Johnston reports.

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