MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — From the Juno spacecraft reaching Jupiter to an update in the death of a Wisconsin student whose body was found in Italy, here are the four stories to know for July 5, 2016.

Wisconsin Student Found Dead In Rome

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Italian police say they’ve arrested a homeless man in the death of a Wisconsin student whose body was found in a river in Rome.

Beau Solomon, 19, a student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, was studying abroad.

Police are investigating the case as murder and say robbery may have been the motive.

Clinton-Obama To Campaign Together

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump turn their attention to the key battleground state of North Carolina today.

Clinton will be joined by President Obama for the first time in Charlotte while Trump campaigns with Tennessee Senator Bob Corker in Raleigh.

A new national poll shows Clinton’s lead over Trump has narrowed to just five percentage points.

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Juno Reaches Jupiter

NASA is celebrating its history making mission into Jupiter’s orbit.

The spacecraft, Juno, fired its main rocket and began slowing down late last night as it successfully entered orbit.

The goal of the mission is to study Jupiter’s composition and learn more about the entire solar system.

Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest

The contest celebrated its 100th year Monday.

Joey Chestnut took home his 9th win by scarfing down 70 hot dogs in 10 minutes — beating his own record!

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Along with bragging rights, Chestnut also won $10,000.