We have a story this morning about the unlikeliest and furriest family around.
Meet Gladys. She is a tw-month-old gorilla. If you can believe it, this adorable creature was rejected by her mother in Texas. She was moved to the Cincinatti Zoo where she's being raised by a rotating group of human surrogates until a gorilla assumes the role of surrotage mother.
This morning on "Early Start," primate team leader Ron Evans, wearing a furry vest and holding Gladys, explains how the unconventional method will help the gorilla survive.
We'd like to wish you and yours happy National Girl Scout Cookie Day!
Thin Mints, the Samoas, Peanut Butter Patties: Yes, cookies have grown into a $790 million business for the Girl Scouts. And this year, the iconic boxes are getting an overhaul.
This morning on "Early Start," Girl Scouts USA CEO Anna Maria Chavez, and girl scouts Emma Fonte Lopez and Katie Genari talk about the new design and what girls learn from selling the iconic cookies.