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Florida woman arrested for throwing kittens out car window
A Florida woman has been arrested after authorities say she was spotted throwing kittens out her car window.
A 2nd monument to Confederacy defaced in Va.'s capital city
A second monument in memory of the Confederacy has been vandalized in Richmond.
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Feds: Immigrant kids given adult dose of Hepatitis A vaccine
Authorities say about 250 immigrant children were given an adult dose of a Hepatitis A vaccine at a Texas detention facility where they are being held with their mothers.
US Open table tennis tourney hosts players from 33 countries
The U.S. Open table tennis championships begin Monday with more than 1,000 athletes competing from 33 countries at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Hammon to become 1st female head coach of NBA summer league
Becky Hammon is about to become the first woman to serve as the head coach of an NBA summer league team.
Aces outfielder Peter O'Brien rounds bases after home run (KRNV, KRNV)
Aces: O'Brien, Romak named PCL All-Stars
Both will be starters in the contest which will take place on July 15th in Omaha, Nebraska.
DAILY VIRAL: Dogs getting stuck in stuff
It's pretty self explanatory: a compilation of dogs getting stuck in stuff.
DAILY VIRAL: This dog will always love you
Shadow the Dog has a message for you.
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Will the Leap Second break the Internet at 8 p.m.?
This evening, a "leap second" threatens to wreak havoc across the Internet.
Two children killed in Princess Ave. crash (Terri Hendry, KRNV)
Update on crash that killed two children 
The Reno City Attorney's Office is now involved in the investigation of a driver who slammed his car into a home killing two young children.
Storey County D.A. seeks permission to exhume body 
The Storey County district attorney will seek permission to exhume the body of Judy Black in a case that is now classified as a criminal homicide.
On Your Side: How do Educational Savings Accounts work? 
Earlier this month, Governor Brian Sandoval signed into law a series of bills designed to improve Nevada's education system.

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