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Children from two famlies in New York City sleep on the sidewalk in front of their building on West 188th St. to escape the heat during a power failure on July 7, 1999. Hotter nighttime temperatures appear to be disrupting our sleep patterns, a new study finds. (Photo: Mitch Jacobson, Associated Press)
Pavement Pour Ruined
In this Wednesday, May 24, 2017 photo, a car driven by a 19-year-old driver is stuck in the newly poured concrete in Lincoln, Neb. A police incident report says it wasn't obvious that the concrete wasn't dry and that driver drove into it through a 24-foot (7-meter) gap between traffic control cones. City engineer Thomas Shafer says the driver is responsible for the repairs and could face about a $10,000 bill for the repairs. (Mike Palm, The City of Lincoln Public Works and Utilities Department via AP)
Photo posted on social media shows alligator forced to drink beer
A blue whale feeding on krill off the California coast. (SilverbackFilms/BBC)
Sextuplets were delivered at 30 weeks at VCU Medical Center, the first time in the Richmond hospital’s history for such a large birth. (Allen Jones/Courtesy of VCU Medical Center)
Opioid Epidemic Officers Overdose
This May 25, 2017 photo shows Harford County Major John R. Simpson is seen at the Harford County Sheriff's Office, MD., holding up elements of a protective suit that the sheriff's office is now providing to deputies sent to crime scenes involving heroin and synthetic opioids. After a deputy accidentally overdosed while at a drug scene, the department rushed to procure protective gear and establish protocols for officers responding to drug scenes. (AP Photo/Juliet Linderman)
Obit Gregg Allman
FILE - This Oct. 13, 2011 file photo shows Gregg Allman performs at the Americana Music Association awards show in Nashville, Tenn. On Saturday, May 27, 2017, a publicist said the musician, the singer for The Allman Brothers Band, has died. (AP Photo/Joe Howell, File)
"Aspyre" is loaded on a truck to be transported to its rightful place. The sculpture had been stolen by a naked man on May 19. Photo courtesy Polk County Sheriff's Office.
Colorado Business Owner-Dies
In this May 22, 2017 photo, bouquets of flowers, a balloon and a large photo of Sammy Hudson signed by dozens of well-wishers decorate Sammy's Shoeshine in the lobby of the Alpine Bank building, in Grand Junction, Colo. Hudson ran the shoeshine business for decades until he died on May 19. (Gretel Daugherty /The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel via AP)