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how racial tensions might have played a role. we begin with the sexting scandal that has rocked a town. 22 students charged in the case that includes middle schoolers. police say students were swapping nudes pictures. >> reporter: 27 cell phones were seize and analyzed. the photos spread quickly among teens who hadn't always considered the consequences. >> i love this school. it's become like a second home to me. >> reporter: he was saddened his high school is the center of the latest sex scandal. >> that's really surprising to
me. >> reporter: the prosecutor said late last month a student told school officials that naked photos of her friend were being circulated among the high school. police say they found numerous nudes and partially nude photos of female students. >> that's not hard to believe. one kid sends it to all of his friends and that's it. >> reporter: lisa says she's warned her son about this very issue and feels for the young woman involved. >> they just think it's okay sending their friends messages and they just don't get it. it's going to follow them the rest of their lives. >> reporter: the superintendent said the families of most of the young men involved have cooperated fully and the district's useing this as a teachable moment.
>> reporter: they're charged with invasion. it could carry up to two years in the state's juvenile facility. george spencer, nbc 10 news. cyber attackers hits the the irs. the agency notified 100,000 taxpayers who had their information basicaccessed. in order to access the information they had some knowledge about the taxpayers including social security numbers and birth dates. the hackers targeted the system from february to mid-may. the stolen information includes tax returns and other information on file with the irs. if you were one of those impacted by the hacking the irs will notify you and provide you with free credit tracking. now to a story you'll see only on 10. racial tensions are high in a philadelphia neighborhood. it stems from a memorial day
party that somehow turned into a fight. children were sent to the hospital. now police are trying to figure out just what happened. keith jones is live. what have you learned about this? >> reporter: i talked to detectives here in the 24th district. she is still sort things out. we dug keepdeeper and went to the neighborhood and while we were there tensions escalated again. >> you were hit here? >> yes. >> reporter: the father of three points to the crime scene. it was nice he says until neighborhood kids started to bully his family. something his ex-wife says has been going on for months. >> all seven of children were crying. neighbors used racial slurs and. >> maybe ten more people came down. at that point they bum rushed up the steps. >> reporter: police say punches were thrown.
>> someone was kicking me and punching me. >> reporter: his attacker wasn't finished. >> he turned around to my 14-year-old daughter to the step up there and beat her in the back of the head. >> reporter: medical records show her 14-year-old and 12-year-old suffered head tra trauma. both were assaulted by adults. at this point our cher view was cut short. >> if they said we're racist it's a whole bunch of -- >> reporter: this man wouldn't agree with the interview but they insisted the fight wasn't rational racially motivated. >> neighbors say it was the father who started it. >> reporter: while boths reported the fight no charge vs been field. the detective tells me she still needs to interview more people on that block.
keith jones, nbc 10 news. if you're one of the thousands of people who take route 611 every day. get ready for delays at sky force 10 as work began toóc ire stretch of 611 in montgomery county from bucks county to philadelphia. they will be working every weeknight from 8:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m. until it's finished in early july. extreme flooding in texas and oklahoma has now claimed the lives of at least 18 people. more than a dozen are still missing. at one point the waterd2áz the blanco river climbed more than 25 feet in one hour ripping apart homes. the streets of houston look like canals after flash flooding swept across the city overnight. cars and trucks were swallowed. the water unearth a casket. forecasters say more rain is expected over the next several
days. a much different story closer to home. nbc 10 and university city for a dry night. tomorrow will be hot and we're also tracking our storm chances. let's get details from nbc 10 first alert. >> you night have noticed a little more humid. tomorrow the same thing. a little more humid in the afternoon and our thunderstorm chance goes up. locally we're dry right now. we'll stay dry overnight. just notice the clouds increasing and the rain chances go up in the afternoon and evening and we do need the rain. the rain is moving through ohio. the storm continues down do our south and southeast as well. here is what future weather looks like. watch the temperatures rise through the afternoon near 90 degrees. by the eveningnw h valley and pokeconospoconos.
the rest of us staying very warm until the storms roll in. i don't think everyone will see the storms tomorrow but some of us could see locally heavy rain briefly. we could see some strong winds to report. we'll talk more about that and take a closer look at0kñ timing and how long all this will last for the rest of the week coming up. new at 11:00, a penn state fraternity has been suspended for three years featuring pictures of naked women. kappa delta row members took part in hazing that humiliated several women. dozens of pictures of nude and semi nude women who appeared to be passed out. from our jersey shore bureau a woman is in critical condition after a shooting in cape may county. police tell us someone shot her in the chest at a home on church
lane around 7:00. we checked with police. they are still investigating what led to that shooting. a newborn is in critical condition after emergency crews took the child from the caseyino in atlantic city. investigators are trying to figure out what happened. the 2-month-old was having trouble breathing around 7:30 last night. paramedics flew the baby to the children's hospital of philadelphia. the prosecutor's office is investigate investigating. senator bernie sanders officially kicked off his presidential campaign in his hometown. sanders is pursueing the nomination for president. he made a pitch to liberals to join him in a political revolution to transform the economy and politics. right now sanders is hillary
clinton's only declared competitor in the race to be the democratic presidential candidate. the state department announced today it will release e-mails from her time as secretary of state on its website beginning june 30th. it will send out more batches every 60 days after that. this comes in response to a court order by a federal judge last week. on the gop side tensions are flairing between the republican candidate and r and a potential candidate. senator rand paul from kentucky says that chris christie's comments about him weren't very nice. crime in wilmington was the focus of a public meeting
tonight. police chief bobby cummings we( d to wilmington as murdertown usa. the recommendations were released in march. the mayor is against some of them. williams says he will announce next week which parts of the plan will be adopted. more heat humidity and storms aren't far behind. when you can expect downpours and if they'll impact your morning rush. i'm not going to stop until i find out who did this to my baby. a hit and run driver strikes a second grader sending her 20 feet into the air. the new security measures amtrak starting on all trains.
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anything. you didn't slow down. you just left. a mother's words for the driver who slammed into her daughter and sped away. the victim is just eight years old. tonight the search is on for the hit and run driver who put her in the hospital. the girl's road to recovery is just beginning. >> reporter: she has been in a will the of pain suffer fmñç;1 injuries, nerve damage and a broken arm. she will undergo surgery tomorrow. >> she just want to know what happened. >> reporter: she broke down in teared outside children's hospital where her daughter has been recovering zins a memorial day lit and run. she witnessed the crash that sent her daughter into the air and on to the pavement yesterday afternoon. >> when i got to her her eyes was rolling in the back of her head. she wasn't moving or saying anything. >> reporter: johnson says her daughter was trying to get into her parents car that was double parked on south 52nd street near
chester avenue. that's when a speeding driver struck her and kept going. >> how can you hit somebody's child and not stop to see if they are all right. >> reporter: witnesses lost the car believed to be a newer model gray ford taurus with tinted windows. >> some people jumped in the car and went after him. he was going to fast he just kept going. just kept going. >> reporter: this is the third child struck in the area since mid-april. the driver who struck and killed 4-year-old lateef william and 2-year-old david have not turned himself in. she's praying for a different outcome. >> please to the best of your knowledge yourself in because i'm not going to stop until i findut who did this to my baby. >> reporter: johnson says she's grateful to have her daughter but she wants to know who struck her and did not have the decency
to stop. i'm denise nakano. aig change is coming to amtrak trains that run on the northeast corridor. today amtrak announced it will place cameras that face inward in the locomotive. the goal is to monitor engineers at the control. the cameras will be installed by the end of this year. the ntsb still has it hasn't determined if the engineer of the deadly crash was using his cell phone while the train was in motion. philadelphia police have officially linked this man to two attacks on women in their south philadelphia homes. last night we told you how police noticed similarities between an attack that happened in march and the one that happened yesterday. the 36-year-old victim was sexually assaulted and robbed. police are looking over surveillance video. some experts predict a new
casino in new jersey could be one of the nation's most successful but atlantic city says the proposal could put it out of business. hard rock international and the meadow lands racetrack want to build outside new york city in east ruterford. the project could generate $500 million in tax revenue. the company is willing to share the money but ac is skeptical of more competition. the state constitution would have to be amended to allow a new casino in the meadow lands. a hot day today but we did stay dry. tomorrow we're going to see a bit of a change. we stay hot going into the next several days but the thunderstorms come back into the forecast starting tomorrow afternoon for parts of the area and then that kind of hangs around as we end out the week. by the end of the weekend
temperatures will drop back into the 70s and as we go into next week. average highs 77. we're about 12 degrees above normal for this time of the year. tomorrow close to 90. thursday close to 90. on friday we should see still in about the upper 80s. now tomorrow morning i think will be dry for the morning commute. 8:00 a.m. areas north and west of philadelphia. you'll be mild. low 70s. philadelphia area is 73 degrees. some of the suburbs staying still in the low 70s. pretty uniform temperatures tomorrow morning. i think we'll stay dry but by the afternoon and evening commute areas north and west have the best chance for storms. right now we're not seeing all the storm action is off to our west. it's slowly moving in this direction. it will bring the warm air with it too. for tomorrow we could see brief, heavy rain gusty winds and lightning with any of the thunderstorms that we have in the forecast. they're going to start areas
north and west. here is what future weather shows. tonight we stay dry. tomorrow morning we stay dry. we'll see the clouds around. we'll see them increasing through the day. the afternoon hours once we get nice and heated up is when our temperatures will be the hottest. by 3:00 p.m. we should see storms forming through lehigh valley and the poconos. moving into parts of new jersey possibly by 7:00 p.m. but notice how these really break up quickly right around sunrise or shortly after sun set, i should say tomorrow evening. by thursday we start off dry conditions again. the pattern repeats itself. by thursday afternoon a little more widespread in parts of new jersey and delaware. tomorrow afternoon we'll be tracking the showers and storms. we could see shower overnight. overall we'll stay mild. tomorrow's highs will be near 90. late day thunderstorms. philadelphia area seeing those storms a few hours later.
still around the late afternoon and evening hours. highs still around 90 degrees. south jersey and delaware a lower chance of storms but still a chance of shower hanging around. still the warm temperatures. thunderstorms in the afternoon and into the weekend we start to cool down on sunday. that does come with rain. a celebration for history makers at the comcast center tonight. history makers is a massive collection of interviews with thousands of influential african-americans. the comcast corporation honored the local history makers included in that collection. comcast is the parent company of nbc 10. we have an apology coming from phillies gm to you fans. the phils come back the tie it up with the mets in new york. what happens after that? that is next.
freddie ties it up at 3 right here. some clutch hitting for the phils. mike franco singles in a run. phillies with 4 in the eighth. the mets have a runner on third. look at the bear handed grab and gets the runner. in the ten, elvis gives it up to wilmer flores. they have lost seven straight series to the mets longest in team history. phillie's gm apologized for comments he made. now ruben is saying sorry to phillie's fans. he was talking about phils fans who want the team to rush share prospects to the majors. ruben said they don't understand the game. they don't understand the process. there's a process and then they
blank and complain because we don't have plan. there's plan in place and we're sticking with the plan. we can't do what's best for the fan. we have to do what's best for the organization so the fan can reap the benefit of it later on. here is ruben. >> apologize to the fans. i think in a lot of ways this is not about a the knowledge of the fans or the passion of the fans. i think it was about what the plan is that was in place. >> the eagles started their organized team activity. one player wasn't there, evan mathis. lebron james dominate the hawks by 30 points. lebron is the first player to go do five nba finals since bill russell. the rangers force a game.
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make way for ducklings. police were tallcalled to the township for a report of children loitering in the parking lot. this is what they found. they posted these photos of the ducklings escorted off the property. so cute. >> you have to watch out when you're driving. >> make sure they cross safely. >> let them cross the road. they like the rain outside. we haven't seen nit a while. tomorrow we'll see the rain for parts of the area most of the areas north and west of the philadelphia and we should see