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Dog jumping on fenceJUMPING DOG! Lexi the dog demonstrated her impressive jumping ability in Lexington, Kentucky in a clip posted on social media earlier this week. Take a look at her skills as she looks at what's happening on the other side of the fence.
Stay in Barbie's Malibu DreamhouseFor two nights you can stay in Barbie’s Dreamhouse in Mailbu, California.
EXTRA National Pasta DayToday is National Pasta Day. Whether it's spaghetti, penne or macaroni... everyone's got a favorite type of pasta. Here are some of the most popular, according to Ranker.com.
Zoo animals eating pumpkinsHALLOWEEN TREATS: The animals at ZSL London Zoo chowed down on Halloween treats Thursday. Here's a hungry Sumatran tiger, pygmy hippo and a ring-tailed lemur digging into carved pumpkins for the tasty treats tucked inside.
Eye on the Day for Friday, October 18It's Friday, October 18. Here are the stories we're keeping our eye on: Mick Mulvaney's comments about military aid to the Ukraine, Juul stops selling certain e-cigarette flavors and the chance to stay in Barbie's Malibu Dreamhouse.
Eye On Detroit - Empowerment PlanIn the years since founding in 2012, Empowerment Plan has evolved from an idea in a college class into an internationally recognized workforce development organization. By pairing full time employment with a wide range of supportive services, they have helped dozens of individuals achieve financial stability and independence for the whole family. Their holistic approach addresses everything from housing and childcare to transportation, education and more.
First Forecast Weather October 18, 2019 (Today)Cool & Sunny Today
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First Forecast Weather October 17, 2019 (Tonight)Freeze Warning in Effect Overnight
First Forecast Weather October 17, 2019 (Today)More sunshine, but cool temperatures again today
Eye on the Day for Thursday, October 17It's Thursday, October 17. Here are the stories we're keeping our eye on: Rep. Elijah E. Cummings has died, Chicago teachers are striking today and a new gadget that combines tech and spirituality.
White House Chooses Christmas TreeDECK THE HALLS: The White House's official 2019 Christmas tree has been chosen from a farm in Northumberland County, PA! This 23-ft Douglas Fir from Mahantongo Valley Farms will be housed in the Blue Room, according to the PA Dept. of Agriculture. The tree will head to Washington in November.
The Detroit Zoo Celebrates HalloweenHALLOWEEN SNACKS: Animals at the Detroit Zoo got to celebrate Halloween a little early as part of the zoo's 'Smashing Pumpkins' event. Each year, zookeepers prepare seasonal snacks for the animals to 'smash' and enjoy.
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NASA Unveils New SpacesuitNASA unveiled the new spacesuits astronauts will wear when they attempt to land on the moon in 2024. The suits are for the Artemis program that will put the first woman on the lunar surface.
Morgan the Crocodile gets into the Halloween spirit.WATCH: Morgan the crocodile got in the Halloween spirit last week. The Oregon Zoo shared this video of the animal swimming with and biting into a "croc-o'-lantern."
Meet Goldie the Therapy DogThe children at Mary Daly Elementary School in Elkhart, IN have a new furry friend! Check out Goldie the therapy dog and how she brings joy to the classroom.
Eye on the Day for Wednesday, October 16It's Wednesday, October 16. Here are the stories we're keeping our eye on: some highlights from the Democratic presidential debate last night, the U.S. is putting pressure on Turkey and a new phone you don't have to touch to use.
Eye On Detroit - The Ruth Ellis CenterThe mission of the Ruth Ellis Center is to provide short and long-term residential safe space and support services for runaway, homeless and at-risk lesbian, gay, bi-attractional, transgender, and questioning youth.
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Michigan Matters: Cobo TCF and OU PresidentOn this week’s Michigan Matters, Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with Larry Alexander, CEO of the Detroit Metro Convention and Visitors Bureau, and Claude Molinari, General Manager, TCF Center as the facility enters a new era with a new name.. Then Dr. Ora Pescovitz, president of Oakland University, talks with Cain about the college and its imprint in the region.
Street Beat: HalloweenOn this week’s “Street Beat,” host Lisa Germani helps us get into the fall spirit as she gets the scoop on this year's Halloween festivities.
How To Deal With Parents Who Share Your Kids PicturesDoes a parent ever share photos of you on social media...without your permission? Mel's weighing in on how to talk to your parent, Watch the Mel Robbins Show today at 3 pm on CBS 62.

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