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tonight officials say they are still short of answers but there is a person of interest in the case. and police are searching acres of property owned by his family in hopes of cracking the case. it's tuesday night and the big story is the unsolved mystery in salisbury township. chopper 6 hd is over the search scene along route 202, they are searching 90 acres of land today. bob brooks live now with the latest on this investigation. >> reporter: rick and monica, what i want to point out is that in his latest press conference, the da wants to solve this crime. that means something illegal has happened here. it's just a matter of what has happened here. >> he says the biggest investigation ever in bucks county. >> that i have been involved with and i have been here 25 years or so. that comment to make the severity of the situation clear.
and the stakes have never been higher and the manpower used never greater but the da says he cannot tell us the details he knows, the disappearance of these four men remains in large part a mystery. >> it's massive in scope and will take all of our effort and all of your patience and the public's tips to help us solve this crime. >> so far we see it centered around the dinardo property in salisbury township. they are searching the ground and what might be below it. we are using major construction equipment down to the finest sifting equipment. >> take the biggest one you have ever seen and multiply it by a million. it's not just a single property. we have people combing the entire county trying to work on this case. >> the dinardo's son cosmo 20
years old is under arrest but for a weapons charge but is considered the lone person of interest in this case. and considered a flight risk at the home we got no answer but spoke with a neighbor that wants to remain anonymous. >> the family is nice and thinks highly of the 20-year-old cosmo. >> a great kid always in the neighborhood helping people. >> according to the da something major is uncovered here. and the reason why they are searching this property is a cell phone ping. >> thank you. turning to the forecast it has been a steamy day, which you probably know strong storms are popping up in parts of our region. looking live outside hot and humid and sticky as we look at the ben franklin bridge, and only expected to get more uncomfortable as the week goes
on and cecily tynan is here at the big board with the call from accuweather. >> this is the beginning of the fourth heat wave of the year and right now philadelphia topping the 90 degree mark, 91 degrees and wilmington 90 and lancaster 90. along the beaches we had some storms, the boardwalk in atlantic city and beach haven, 78 degrees. and then you add the humidity it feels like 95 in philadelphia. and 95 in wilmington, more than 100 in dover and 96 in millville. even at the atlantic city airport it feels like 98 degrees, we have heavy hitting thunderstorms rolling off the coast and now getting a break in the action. they pushed on still looking at scattered activity working in from the west. it's still somewhat unsettled but the big story is the building heat and humidity. it will be peaking on thursday. this is when we have an excessive heat watch in effect for all the counties surrounding i 95 corridor.
this is where the heat index makes it feel above $100s that is getting into the dangerier zone but things change into the weekend. i'm tracking heavy downpours on friday and a big change in our air mass. all the details on that in the accuweather forecast. >> thank you cecily. in other news tonight, a police detective took center stage in the hazing death court hearing. more than a dozen members of the chapter pressed the detective about his investigation, among the issues, whether timothy piazza who died earlier this year would have felt pressured into driven and that it's possible that piazza walked down the basement stairs when he was found at the foot instead of falling down the steps. the hearing is expected to stretch later into the weekend. new at 5:00 the call to action from a trenton homeowner after a run-in with the water
department. thousands of dollars worth of damage and who will pay to get it all fixed. nora muchanic is live in the new jersey newsroom with the story. >> reporter: hi there monica, yesterday afternoon a water works employee arrived at the man's house to shut off service after he got behind with the bill and broke the shutoff and now the water is leaking into the streak and a discussion about who should pay for repairs. >> your employee broke this. you're the water company you broke it you fix it. >> andre is looking at the water bubbling up into front of his liberty home after an employee of the city water works broke a valve with a sledge hammer trying to shut off the service. >> hitting it with a hammer and loosened something in the ground creating this problem because prior to that there was no water here. nothing. >> he is a truck driver who always paid his bills but got behind on the water bill eight
months ago. he pay $800 to get the water restored promptly. having running water that is clean is critical to the family, andre and his wifeinda have a severely handy capped child. >> we sterilize everything in here. >> the city first suggests that he pay for the repair himself and try to get reimbursed but he doesn't have the thousands of dollars it takes to do that, he wants the city to pay for the damage that the water works employee caused. >> i want the city to come out and dig it out and fix it to the way it was. >> they say it's on your side you are responsible. you are the water company, you broke it you fix it. >> reporter: now despite being
told by a supervisor that ingram must pay for repairs. the chairman says that he is still looking into how the valve was broken and how it should be fixed. we'll keep you posted on this one. live in the new jersey newsroom. nora muchanic, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. president trump is defending his son after the latest controversy surrounding his meeting with the russian lawyer. donald trump jr. admitted to taking the meeting to get information on hillary clinton. the president' son released emails detailing the meeting after "the new york times" said they would establish the notes. it prompted a response from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle we'll have more coming up at 5:30. >> more than 16 members of the military were killed when the kc 130, a refuelling plane when
down it was on route from north carolina to california when it crashed. witnesses heard a loud bang and saw it corkscrew into a field. >> traveling north, and then all over. it was loud. it's scary because i have seen all the black smoke. horrifying. >> 15 marines and one navy service member were on board at the time. the military says that the kc 130 has a strong safety record but officials say there is no indication of foul play. knowledge governor, chris christie, continues his audition for a radio sports talk show job today after the first day filling in for mike did not go quite as planned. >> i love getting calls from communists in montclair. >> communists in montclair. >> you are a bully. >> i am not the one that came on the air -- >> hold on mike.
>> it caused a firestorm on social media for the governor already seeing record job approval ratings. this is the final day for filling in. he will leave the radio station at the end of the year. meantime, federal prosecutors asked a judge to allow one of the governor's former aides to avoid jail in connection with the bridge gate scandal. david wildstein faces 27 months in prison under a plea agreement. they say his help should be awarded by given no jail time. now the "action news" traffic report. >> reporter: hi rick and monica. we are starting off with an accident on the northeast extension, not a nice ride traveling out here because it is rush hour. southbound approaching mid county, they are actually towing
the vehicle right out of the way. we'll let you know. we are seeing a gaper delay on the northbound side. but again pa turnpike northeast extension approaching mid county if you try to make your way from this point to the blue route it's slightly delayed. a delay we are facing now because of this accident on the pa turnpike, from valley forge to 476. if you travel from valley forge to bensalem expect a 40 minute commute and the schuylkill expressway we have an accident out there, and if you travel out we'll get to that in a second. the travel times on the schuylkill eastbound about 28 minutes, between the blue route and the vine and the westbound side 21 minutes. the vine street expressway eastbound side. you see you are stacked the length and clear on the with westbound side. i'll have another report in the next half hour.
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a dangerous turn for one family when two of their children got stuck in a rip current. family members went to try to after them and it was too much for them too. something amazing happens, a dozen cleat strangers on the beach forming this human chain to reach the family in the bauer season save them and bring them to safety. all of those swimmers got back on dry land at least two had to be hospitalized. and it's one moment that the victim says she will never forget. >> as a mom i'm suppose to protect them and i couldn't do it that day. i needed help. i am eturnly grateful. >> the power and danger of rip currents. health check tonight new medication errors are on the
rise. we are not talking about errors for doctors and nurses but consumers, ali gorman is at the big board to explain. it could be the wrong information and wrong dose. the rate of mistakes when up 100% from 2010 to 2012. all age groups for children under 6. this improvement is likely due to dwindling use for kids. and adults taking heart medications and hormones, and tylenol or opioids. tips to avoid those mistakes, you want to right down the dose and time for each medication that you are taking and if you take several medications you will want to ask your pharmacists for the best schedule to follow and check for interactions. >> also today. if you have travel sleeping new research shows you could be put
at risk for memory and reading problems later in life. >> the basic finding is that the more disturbance of sleep that people reported the more likely that they were going to have pathology in their spinal fluid that is related to alzheimer's disease. >> but experts are quick to point out we don't know which comes first signs of alzheimer's or problems with sleep. they need more research but getting enough sleep is one significant way to improve your overall health. >> good news for coffee lovers, a new study says that drinking more coffee even decaffeinated could lead to a longer life especially related to heart problems and diseases in the gut. but sceptics say that the studies are not perfect and other factors why the people had
lower risk for death. we should stick to knowing what we know helps like eating healthy and being active. >> thank you. well, today philadelphia mayor jim kenney announced the plan to improve childrens health. a running start health was launched at bright horizons early learning academy focusing on children birth to age 5. educators and businesses and more can do to make it's children of philadelphia more healthy. michelle obama will be in philadelphia this fall to take part in the pennsylvania conference for women. the appearance is described as a conversation with the former first lady. during her time obama launched initiatives focusing on childhood obesity and education. she will be there on october 3rd. for more information on tickets head to our website at 6abc.com. 6 abc a proud media sponsor of this expo.
the late day rally helped most stocks recover by the closing bell and the dow jones gained half a points and the nasdaq 17 and the s&p fell almost 2. well the company go puff has opened up the new philadelphia headquarters with the help of mayor jim kenney. go puff was founded by drexel university business majors and provides the delivery of every day items. and call it's a big success story for philadelphia. it's cow appreciation day at chick-fil-a. it give a free entree to adults that show up in any type of cow clothing or attire and kids get a free kids meal. it's it's largest single day customer appreciation event and lasts until 7:00 tonight. more than 100 fourth through eighth grade students got to
take part in a multisport camp at temple university. mens crew and womens rowing and lacrosse and gymnastics took part. officials wanted to give the student a chance to participate in sports they would not normally be exposed to. >> looks nice. still to come tonight a check of that steamy forecast. philadelphia city hall looking gray above but that is just the haze. accuweather is coming up next.
time for accuweather and the "action news" forecast now. >> cecily tynan is here the heat wave? >> likely the fourth heat wave of the year. it's going get worse before it gets better. the place to be live on sky 6 hd you anyone with the place in cape may give them a call and go visit. we are on the beach where lifeguards are calling people in. there is a risk of rip concerns out there. temperatures are quite a bit cooler on the beach and ocean temperature in the low 70s that feels pretty good. right now philadelphia at 91 degrees, we got back into the 90s and will be in the 90s the next two days that makes it a heat wave. allentown 85 and beach haven
storms a rain cooled 80 degrees and trenton 84. the evening planner showing it's going to be a warm and stky night temperatures really slow to drop. at 8:00 still in the upper 80s, 87 degrees and 10:00, 82 and dealing with a few scattered thunderstorms pushing in from the west and the high dew points, any storms we get can drop a lot of rain in a short period of time. dew points now are in the 70s. that is oppressive. the air mass you feel the moisture in the air and that makes it feel so uncomfortable. >> satellite 6 along with action radar showing we have a batch of scattered hit or miss storms move off the coast earlier and now it's tracking some activity to the west. most of the models showing this falling apart. holding well together these could sneak is later tonight and certainly a warm and humid night. overnight low the normal low for this time of year. 69 degrees for philadelphia and
holding in the mid-70s as we head to down, allentown 70 degrees and cape may 74 and wilmington 74 degrees with high humidity levels. future tracker 6 showing as we head through the day tomorrow. we wake up 7:30 and good amount of sunshine, clouds at times and hazy sunshine into the the afternoon much like today we have a few pop-up thunderstorms, this is showing most of the activity to the north and doing it again on thursday, and this looks more active than tomorrow. and that front slides through on friday and on friday we could have heavy downpours, this is what to expect for the next two days, heat and humidity is building and peaking on thursday. this is when the heat index in the triple digits and stray storms both days again more active on thursday than wednesday. the five-day at 5:00, 92 degrees and a heat index in the upper 90s and thursday oppressive 95 degrees and heat index above 100 and scattered thunderstorms,
hello again, here is what is happening on "action news" tonight. donald trump jr. has released what he says is the entire email chain ahead of his now highly controversial meeting with a russian lawyer, how washington is reacting tonight. most violent crime is down and murders are up in double digits and a hungry driver is targeted by a thief while waiting for his food. details straight ahead. >> there were big developments today in the meeting between president trump's top campaign traffic and the influential russian lawyer. the president's son, donald trump jr. released emails to shed light on the nature of the meeting. emily is live in washington
tonight with more on the story. >> reporter: rick, politicians on both sides are weighing in after the new details and information is released centering around the question whether the trump campaign cluded with russia. on the face it's problematic. the reaction rolling in tuesday afternoon after donald trump jr. released what he claims is the entire email chain leading up to the leader with the russian lawyer with reported ties to the kremlin and then campaign manager paul manafort and jared kushner also at the meeting. these emails forwarded to manafort and kushner had a subject line that clearly states, russia -- clinton. kushner has a high ranking position in the russian administration. and bob goldstone writes quote, this is high level sensitive
information but part of russia and its government support of mr. trump. the story unfolding as multiple information for the possible ties of the trump administration and russia continue. it's not nothing is proven yet but beyond destruction of justice in terms of what is investigating moving into perjury and false statements and potentially treason. hillary clinton's running make upping the accusations. >> and the foreign government that say whole different issue, i have to find out all the facts but obviously it's a concern both sides agreeing that donald jr. should be interviewed and. >> my son is a high quality person and i applaud his transparency. >> huckabee sanders would not answer any questions about the issues and referred all
inquiries to donald jury's attorney. >> thank you for the report. authorities say that a wild fire burning in northern california. destroyed at least three dozen homes. fire crews surveyed destruction this morning and the forestry for protection says that 4,000 people are under evacuation orders and some returned home and the fire is nearly 50% contained. the fbi says that the pipe bomb explosion that damaged an air force recruiting station in oklahoma is not deemed an act of domestic terrorism. not yet. they have not determine aid motive or determined a motive in the -- of bixby, it rests with the federal authorities. thousands gathered in the bronx today for the funeral of officer familia's family.
she was ambushed and killed while sitting in a mobile command unit in the bronx last week. 25,000 mourners from around the country and canada were at the funeral on the grab concourse. mayoro was there. world news tonight with david muir has more on the top stories, including the latest on donald trump jr. emails and the meeting with the russian attorney. back here a philadelphia police officer accused in a deadly street racing accident appeared before a judge today in center city. adam soto waived his preliminary hearing charged with homicide by vehicle and manslaughter. that he was racing another car and struck dimitri on january
21st in northeast philadelphia. investigators wilmington are trying to figure out what sparked a fire that damaged row homes here, it broke out at 3:30 this morning on the 2300 block of west 4th street. officials say that all the homes damaged were vacant at the time. wilmington lni is now assessing the properties. >> violent crimes in philadelphia are down and authorities say that the number of people that are killed during the crimes are going up. >> "action news" reporter vernon odom has more on the latest crimes statistics. >> because of the violence and kidnapping and raping and everything it's not my scene. >> citizens like savannah fears walking down the street and going out at night more than ever. even though that crime stats are really no higher than the same period last year. >> most of them are pop-up -- in
small individual type beefs that got inflamed on social media or things like that and it triggers and they settle it with a gun. and. >> a jump in the number of murders in the same time period from 2016. 163 this year and 134 this time last year but the number of actual shootings are virtually the same. >> people think there is a shooting or homicide that it has to be some deep seeded rivalry that took place over some sort of illicit activity. >> how are the citizens seeing things as the summer nights wear on. >> it's not as bad as it used to be in the summertime but the summer is not over. >> the murders are concentrationed in the 24th and 25th districts where poverty and related social ills are the most
abundant. >> drugs are historic in those districts. >> and they have deployed a number of specific programs and tactics cutting the violence in the 24th and 25th districts it's too early to assess their affectiveness. vernon odom, channel 6 "action news" in juniata. no arrests are made in connection with the robbery and shooting at a wendy's drive-thru in the city's fern rock section overnight. police tell "action news" that the unidentified suspect walked up to a man sitting at his car in the drive-thru, they say that the suspect demanded money and shot the driver in the hand with a pellet gun. the suspect got away with just $7. the driver suffered minor injuries. newcastle police arrested daniel holmes in connection with the theft of $10,000 worth of jewelry in west dover road in november. police say that homes is installing home theater
equipment there. and investigators believe that holes may have stolen from other houses where he worked. if you let this man into your home police urge you to check your valuables. >> the atlantic city beach fest concert steeries kicked off with a concert by pink. "action news" got a behind the scenes tour as crews prepared for the concert and crews expected are 30,000 to 40,000 people. pink is performing in three summer concerts at the atlantic city beach at arkansas avenue and the boardwalk. the only east coast performance for the native this year. brantly gilbert is scheduled to perform this thursday and rough riders and friends this thursday august 3rd. time for a check of the "action news" traffic report. >> back we go do gina in for matt tonight in the "action news" traffic center. >> reporter: you know what if you travel out, i have good news, the accident we were telling you about on the pa turnpike southbound at mid county has cleared out but we
see a significant eastbound delay on the p axe turnpike if you head out to valley forge to bensalem 37 minutes. and time on the schuylkill expressway we look live at girard avenue. 21 minutes but the biggest westbound did he lay from city avenue to the conshohocken curve. here is the roosevelt boulevard boulevard, traveling northbound up and over the twin bridges we see a slow go from 76 to broad street and as you continue further up ahead at rising sun we get word that the inner lanes there is an accident there. are you good to go on it's southbound side approaching 76 and traveling now into radnor an overturned vehicle accident on route 23 right at conestoga. have a great night. >> thank you. well, the spectacle and
competition and sportsmanship the olympics are coming back to the u.s. still to come the international olympic committee decides on two host cities for summer games. we'll have more. and the heat wave, and aaa is warning everyone about the dangers of hot cars. tips to keep everyone safe coming up. meteorologist, adam joseph tracking the latest in the accuweather center. >> the heat is taking most of the action here this afternoon because the storms have fizzled at this point. 91 in philadelphia and 90 in wilmington and factor in the humidity. 98 in atlantic city and excessive heat warning goes into effect on thursday. we'll have more in the seven-day forecast. and ducis rogers has carson wentz and eagles players having bonding time in fargo.
september. >> we are looking forward to working in not competition but collaboration. we are competing to 2024, l.a. is red to throw it in two months or two decades we have the infrastructure and love and vision that make sure it serves the movement and people of our city. >> while the mayor of los angeles says his city is ready paris is widely seen as the favorite for 2024. eagles news tonight and away from home. >> the eagles are on the road in a far far away place. 14 days away from eagles training camp in philadelphia. some guys are getting a jump on things in fargo, north dakota. carson went z is hosting playerses in his home town. calling it camp carson. receivers alshon jeffrey and new draft pick matt collins is there and it's about football and bonding and for players being in
the movie city slickers. >> they all flew in and said what is it like in this place and had some fun and work in. and means a lot that we got the guys to come out. building the chemistry and a number of two faces and guys we signed and building this chemistry it's a huge part of it. >> the 88th all-star game is in miami. the american league against the national league. pat is the lone representative for the phillies. he took the loss in 2014. and terry francona was suppose to manage the al squad but is recovering from a heart procedure so pat mills will fill in. >> getting this responsibility is humbling, i am thrilled to be here and definitely would love to have him sitting here in this chair but we are supporting him
and it's good for our staff and i'm glad our whole staff is able to be recognized. >> sixers center joel embiid was at the home run derby and shagged some balls, look at those legs is he wearing a glove? >> wow. >> sixers resume the summer league and face the celtics. >> to hockey they kept a close eye on the top prospects the final day for the developmental camp. coach hextall says it's about teaching and nothing else. >> it's about getting better and all about development. there is no real situations when you look through the week of development camp that you look at and legitimately evaluate a player's ability to compete in the real training camp that is coming up this fall. >> ahead at 6:00 we'll introduce
you to a local decage leat that is going places. kyle garlan will leave for peru and represent usa in the junior pan ham championships. he has big goals beyond that and eyes on the olympics, he is very accomplished. we'll bring you kyle's story at 6:00. >> his training regiment is similar to mind. except for the naps. >> we could be entering our fourth heat wave and aaa is warning everyone about the dakers of hot cars. it was 90 plus degrees in wilmington today. within minutes the temperature inside of this car was 134 degrees. aaa mid atlanticic says it takes 15 minutes for a child left inside to experience
life-threatening brain, liver and kidney injuries. look before you lock your vehicle. >> it essentially becomes an oven, anything left in there, you leave a sandwich or cupcake or you leave a child in there, those things will begin to cook. >> this year 19 children have died because of being left in hot cars 10 of them since memorial day. consider setting your purse in the backseat so you have to look there when you get to your destination. fios is not cable. we're a 100% fiber optic network. and with the new fios gigabit connection... you get our fastest... internet ever. with download speeds up to 940 megs - 20 times faster than most people have. switch to fios gigabit connection with tv and phone for $79.99 a month online for the first year. plus hbo for one year and multi-room dvr service for two years, all with a two-year agreement. and switching has never been easier.
remember the ice age scientists believe there be a mass extinguictioextinction. that means next time 75% of all mammals and birds and reptiles are at high risk. all right well, meteorologist adam joseph, we are at high risk for heat stroke. >> exhaustion you have to watch this the next couple of days. several days in a row of having high heat indexes, it builds as we go to the weather center looking at stormtracker 6 live double scan we have a couple of downpours and storms in parts of south jersey and long beach
island it's quiet at this point in our area and storms in pittsburgh to state college and all of that sliding to the east and strong storms in pittsburgh and all models show as this pushes in it's a stray storm and most of them fall apart and we see mainly clouds overnight tonight. what fuels those extreme heavy downpours and what you feel when you step out is that humidity and the dew points. any time they are 70 or above. tropical and oppressive. 71 in trenton and 75 in beach haven, uncomfortable at the shore. and cape may and philadelphia on the verge of 70 degrees same for reading at 72. the forecast doesn't show much break here 70s on wednesday. and dew point trend on friday. still in the low 70s and finally by the weekend we start to kick it down as it turns less humid saturday into sunday. a look at current heat index in philadelphia at 5:00, near 90 in
allentown and trenton 95 in dover and 96 in millville and 96 at the airport and no break if you sit at the sand at this point. cape may 93 degrees, and beach haven after the storm passed through back up to 87 degrees. satellite 6 along with action radar in a river west to east pieces of energy rolling through and clouds and hazy sunshine and on and off scattered storms at times, overnight it's warm and humid and mainly dry, a stray thunderstorm could pop and most areas have stayed quiet 70 to 76 we are dropping to overnight tonight. 92 feels like the mid to upper 90s. front is farther to the north tomorrow and the risk of storms goes down here on wednesday. and spotty in nature north of the city and fairly quiet through much of thursday and hot and tropical. 95 and heat indexes over 100, the front comes in late in the day in the evening and that is
when we have an opportunity of more widespread downpours and storms. the heat index. 101 philadelphia. wilmington millville, 91 in trenton and 99 in atlantic city. and this is when the excessive heat watch goes into effect. down the shore tomorrow upper 80s and sun and clouds and low risk for rip currents not bad at 70 degrees, the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast two more days in the 90s peaking on thursday. day in red because of that oppressive humidity and the excessive heat watch and storms spotty and widespread and the front kind of stalls on friday. and tremendously humid and the air temperature goes down and on and off downpours and storms all day. clears over the weekend and along with the air temperatures nice saturday and sunday and warming again on monday and tuesday. take it easy the next couple of days. especially thursday. >> thank you. >> this reminder you can get the
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solebury citizenship. the local police and fbi are searching for four men and using heavy equipment to find sista sistani -- to cad ever dogs to help them. the entire area is focused like a laser on bucks county. to this moment law enforcement is frustrated in its efforts to uncover the whereabouts of four men missing lines last week. we have walter perez and bob brooks at the location. walter what is going on there today? >> reporter: little in the way of new information at this point but abc news is reporting that it ways ping from a cell phone owned by one of the missing men last week that led them to this part of bucks county and then found a vehicle belonging to mark sturges and here we are. people that know the young men are holding on to hope. >