Six things to know – 7/5/16

Here are six things to know for today.

One man is dead after a shooting at a 4th of July party in Augusta, Georgia. A woman recorded the shootout on her phone. Police believe the person who started the fight is the victim.

Fourth of July fireworks sparked a wildfire in Virginia City, Nevada overnight. It burned about 4.5 acres and is 35% contained. Luckily, no one has been hurt.

The fourth Baltimore police officer charged in the death of Freddie Gray will start his trial today. Brian Rice is facing manslaughter, misconduct, and other charges.

NASA’s spacecraft Juno is finally orbiting Jupiter this morning. It’s been on a five year journey to the gas giant and will study the planet for the next several years.

President Obama will campaign with presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in North Carolina today. It is his first campaign appearance since endorsing Clinton last month.

We are one month away from the 2016 summer games in Rio de Janiero. Olympic crews are making final touches on Olympic parks in Rio this morning. The games start on August 5th.

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