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YouTube download / AP video / Highlights of this day in history: Test of the world's first nuclear weapon; President Richard Nixon's White House taping system revealed; John F. Kennedy, Jr., his wife and her sister die in a plane crash; Apollo 11 lifts off for Moon.

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YouTube donload / AP video / Nevada emergency officials say they continue to fight a wildfire that has threatened about 100 homes near Reno. At last report, the Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District said the fire had burned about 1.8 square miles. 

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YouTubre download / AP video / Good clean fun meets down-and-dirty during Mud Day in a suburban Detroit park (July 9).

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YouTube download / AP video / David Gilmour of the seminal rock band Pink Floyd will be auctioning off more than 120 guitars through Christie's auction house in New York City on June 20 (June 14).

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YouTube download / Headline Surfer video / A crash involving two semi-trucks scattered cocoa powder and batteries on a freeway in northwestern Indiana and caused a massive traffic jam (June 14).

-- Henry Frrderick, Headline Surfer, Daytona Beach, Sanford, Orlando

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YouTube download / AP video / A judge denied a defense request that former NFL player Kellen Winslow be released on $1 million bail after prosecutor said that while free on bail last January he approached an 18-year-old. The new trial is set for Sept. 30 (Jun 14).

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YouTube download / AP video / Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris dueled Friday over Hispanic votes in California, a central front in the nation's immigration battle where Latinos represent the state's largest ethnic group.

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YouTube download / AP video / 12 people were killed in a shooting Friday at a Virginia Beach municipal building, including the gunman. On Saturday, city officials named them, and showed their photos.

 

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YouTube download / AP video / Highlights of this day in history for June 2: 1997: A federal jury finds Timothy McVeigh guilty in the Oklahoma City bombing resulting in 168 deaths. He's executred four years later; 1953: Coronation day for Britain's Queen Elizabeth II; 1979: Pope John Paul II visits his native Poland; 1941: Baseball's Lou Gehrig dies of the dreaded disease that bears hids name at age 37. 
 

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YouTube download / AP video / A newborn sloth at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo in Colorado Springs is getting a loving, but slow, welcome to the world from its mother. The zoo says the two-toed sloth was born May 14 to a sloth named Chalupa, who is a first-time mom (May 17).

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