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following developing news out of bucks county where the search intensifies for four men missing for days. from a -- fraternity members are in court today. we follow the developing news out of bucks county where the fbi join the search for missing young men. the identity of the two teenagers and men in their 20s were released. many questions remain about whether the men know reach other and where they might be. walter perez is live with what we know so far about the case. walter. >> reporter: hey, sarah as you mentioned there are a lot of unanswered questions regarding this case and one of the biggest is how might these four young men be connected. regardless this case is being taken seriously with several agencies on the case including the fbi. >> as is obvious in a case of this scope and magnitude it's
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all hands on deck. matt weintrob is talking about the missing persons cases of these four young men, dean finocchiaro, jimi tar patrick and mark sturgis and tom meo. patrick was last seen july 5. the discovery of mark sturgis' car was found in peddlers village in bucks county. authorities say it was part of the investigation, but they would not elaborate. d.a. weintrob admits they are not certain what they are dealing with nick. >> nick -- in this case. >> we're treating as a criminal investigation at this time until we know differently. anyone with information call
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police or call (215)297-8201. that number is at reporting live from solbury, walter perez we see channel 6 "action news." >> our coverage continues on the 6abc app we'll alert you to any developments in the case as the investigation continues to unfold. >> the second day of preliminary hearing is underway in the case of a now banned penn state fraternity and 18 members involved in the death of a pleej after a heavy -- pledge after a heavy night of drinking. prosecutors say the fraternity members tried to cover up the incident. a state college police detective testified that the fraternity members allegedly texted each other to have the pledges clean the basement and get rid of evidence of alcohol. police testified that a search of a computer turned up searches
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for deleting group chats and google how would would nine drinks in an hour affect a 200-pound guy. some members are accused of i will voluntary manslaughter and aggravated assault while others face less serious allegation. a judge will decide if there's enough evidence to send the case to county court for trial. >> turning to accuweather, temperatures are on the rise this week, sky6 live hd taking a live look at wilmington where the sun is shining it's gradually getting more and more humid out there. meteorologist david murphy is outdoors with a look at what to expect for the rest of the day. sarah more humid out here than the midday hour than when i was standing out here for the morning broadcast. i'll start you with satellite. sun and clouds mix the rest of the way. as we go in closer on storm tracker 6 live double scan we're looking at a a couple of downpours that have opened up, one moving ashore in cumberland county and heading toward
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millville. you have five or ten minutes before that hits millville. get whatever you're doing done and ride that out. there's another one coming south of dover another little batch that popped up west of middle torn, delaware. a little action down south where the air is a bit more humid currently. 83 degrees currently in allentown. 82 in reading. low 80s in wilmington and millville. and cape may has popped up to 80 degrees. it's a warm one through the afternoon. it's getting humid in parts of the region. wherever you see the darker shades of green and higher numbers in the upper 60s and low to mid 70s that's where the humidity is kicking in in dover and cape may where the humidity is oppressive. don't worry we'll feel oppressive humidity over the next several days. i expect a high of 88. this model has 86 by 2:00 p.m. you get the idea it is warm a bit on the humid side. the temperatures don't fall all
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that far we get to the mid 70s by 2:00 a.m. we stop overnight at 74, 57 for the overnight low. the heat and humidity builds in rick and sarah that comes tomorrow higher temperature and the threat of showers and thunderstorms. all things considered even though there's a chance of a spotty shower today, today is the better day to get things done. it will feel worse and a few more drenchers around tomorrow. i'll have more in the seven day. >> you can get the latest forecast and detailed updates an storm tracker 6 live at any time on your phone or tablet. it's a free download for your mobile device. >> we have breaking news from south philadelphia, chopper 6 hd is over the scene of a rescue attempt here at the packer marine terminal which is along south columbus boulevard, the 3300 block of south columbus boulevard. apparently some type of piece of heavy equipment may have fallen
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on a vehicle right there which has trapped some of the passengers inside it, there was an rescue attempt to extricate the passengers. we believe they were taken out and rushed to the hospital. as you can see a number of emergency officials on the scene hear, again this is the packer marine terminal in south philadelphia following some type of accident and rescue attempt that has taken place in south philadelphia. no word of any injuries or scabbingly what happened here we're keeping an eye on the situation we'll bring you more information as it becomes available here in south philadelphia. now to the shifting stories and growing controversy over donald trump junior's meeting with a kremlin linked lawyer, the revelation coming as several investigation continue into the possible ties of trump campaign and russia. we have more from the nation's capital. >> reporter: the meeting came two weeks after trump clinched
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the nomination, donald trump agreeing to it after agreeing to receive damaging information about hillary clinton. a miss universe connection initiated the then donald trump inner circle and a lawyer with ties to the kremlin. don junior first told abc news on saturday, the meeting was primarily about an adoption program and did not mention talk of campaign dirt on clinton, but then a new york times follow-up citing white house advisors said the president's son agreed to the meeting after the promise of information harmful to hillary clinton. on sunday donald junior revising his account saying the lawyer said she had information on mrs. clinton, but said the statements were vague and ambiguous and made no sense. the meeting turned to russian
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adoption and policy and he ended the meeting. kellyanne conway came to his defense on monday on "g.m.a." >> don junior came forward and gave more information about the meeting. >> after denying it. >> after he made clear that no information was meaningful and helpful was gained from this. >> reporter: donald junior tweeted i'm the first person on a campaign to take a meeting to her info about an opponent. no inconsistencies. i simply provided more details. >> the kml know the russian lawyer who met with don junior and jared kushner and paul manafort. emily rowell, channel 6 "action news." >> a dunkin' donut old knee section of philadelphia was --
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olney section of philadelphia was the site of a burglary. the suspect used a large stone to shattered the front door. once inside, the suspect took two cash registers, anyone who recognizes the man seen in the video is asked to contact police. pennsylvania state police say they are making a dent in the war on illegal drugs between april 1 and june 1. tumors confiscated $5.5 million in illegal narcotics that includes 42 pounds of cocaine worth $750,000. they ceased 1 pounds of meth and ten pounds of heroin and fentanyl. new york rail commuters have gotten through their first morning with modified schedules while amtrak completes extensive repairs at penn station. there will be if your trains
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during peak periods. the new jersey transit spokesman said it was a success, but there's room for improvement, repairs are expected to last through the summer. >> much more ahead on "action news" at 12:30. the search continues for two gunman after a deadly shooting at a gender reveal party in ohio. >> the gop replace and repeal healthcare bill doesn't get the needed support. we'll have that and more when we come right back. people are stuck
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san francisco usually have to deal with everything, but the kitchen sink until now that is, someone launched a bathroom sink on a squad car while they were investigating a homicide. nobody was inside the patrol car at the time, an arrest has been made. 911 calls showed confusion after a gender reveal party in ohio that caused an expect
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antimother to lose her baby. >> everybody has been shot in the house. somebody is shooting at everybody. >> police say two gunman opened fire saturday night at a house fire held to reveal the gender of a pregnant woman's unborn child, 22-year-old woman died, 8 people were children and that included three children, 8, 6, and 2. the gunman got into the home and through the front door and opened fire. >> i would nothing more than to stand up and tell the community they have nothing to worry about, but i will not provide states that are false, we don't know who the suspects were or why they did this. >> be a a motive was not clear. >> hot buttons issues remain a topic across the county. a clock on the new bill to repeal and replace obama care
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this year is run going -- running out. >> reporter: senate republicans are back on capitol hill they have no clear path to replacing obama care. congress is back to work and they are back to where they left off to replace obama care. one more republican has dropped the support for the bill making ten senate republicans voting no when the party can only afford to lose 2. on cbs john mccain said enough is enough, even acknowledging the possibility of a plan b working with democrats on a compromise. >> it doesn't mean that they control it, it means they can amendments considered and when they lose they are part of the process that's what democracy is supposed to be all about, but this morning trump has posited
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conditioning will get it passed promising a new hea fully approved and ready to go, if he wants the party to come together, both moderate and repd get on board. moderates think the bill goes too far and conservatives say it doesn't go far enough. cruz believes his party can reveal and replace obama care. >> i think the way to do it is to focus on lowering premiums. >> reporter: the clock on healthcare is ticking again, starting today republican have just 15 work days left before the august break. in new york, maggie ruly, channel 6 "action news." >> former president barack obama is said to attend his first political event since leaving office. the former president will headline a fundraiser at a private home in washington on thursday, the event hosted by former attorney general eric
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holder will raise money for a group that remains to help democrats draw friendlier legislative district lines. the only political event on obama's schedule. >> stepping live outside, sky6 live hd showing the battleship new jersey along the camden waterfront. david murphy with an update from accuweather when "action news" comes right back.
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>> rescue crews were called in to save a 2-year-old lion cub trapped in a well in a village in india. a member of the rescue team was lord inside the well to has so the cub. the village is located 100 miles north of the national park the world's last refuge for wild lions. >> meteorologist david murphy back, how was your weekend?
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>> reporter: second half great, party at the house, phillies game. >> our invite got lost in the mail. >> it is my mother-in-law's birthday, you were welcome to come. >> she likes me, actually. >> reporter: she does. you're not going to like it around vineland as there's a precipitation maker, it's like millville, it's a heavy hitter not that it is producing lightning, but it's dumping rain, it's moving slowly, for ten or 15 minutes as that passes over you in millville. you're likely to get a downpour. there's one west of middletown that gets pronounced. these are all spotty right now. stepping outside, everybody else is dealing with cloud cover and sun, boy does it look nice not far from the rainmakers, cape may, new jersey, beautiful day on the beach and in the water.
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83 degrees does current temperature. dewpoint, 64. it will sticky in the city for the afternoon. winds at 12 miles per hour, ocean temperature in the 70s, satellite and radar shows you a little bit of the cloud cover locally popping up here and there. thicker clouds to the west and more showers we're allowing for pop-up showers or thunderstorm popping in a couple of neighborhoods this afternoon and early this evening. 87 in allentown. 88 in reading, 86 in trenton. 88 in philadelphia. moderately humid with the dewpoints in the mid 60s, the farther south you go, the stickier it is in dover and cape may and ac and temperatures along the boardwalks today stopping in the low 80s. dewpoints are going to be shooting up a little bit over the next 24 hours, this afternoon all the way up until 11:00 p.m. you can see how philadelphia getting up closer to 70. once you get a dewpoint of 70 that's oppressive humidity. that's what most of us will have stickier air coming in overnight and sticking with us for several days and temperatures hotter,
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too. 87 degrees by 2:00. 87 by 4:00 p.m., high of 88 at 3:00 p.m. 38:00 p.m., 81. and 10:00 p.m., 77 degrees. future tracker picking up the rain story through 4:00 p.m. there's a chance of spotty showers and thunderstorms arena increasing humidity and drenching downpour can't be ruled out. we dry out overnight, tomorrow morning there could another shower or thunderstorm that i will be tracking for you in the morning in the northern and western suburbs. tomorrow afternoon another round of spotty, but drenching downpour producing thunderstorms, maybe a gusty thunderstorm, too, we die down again tuesday evening after the sun goes down. a couple of issues this week, it's going to be getting hot and humid tomorrow and staying that way through thursday when the heat index in the afternoon for the three days could reach 100 to 105 on thursday, thursday will be the worst most oppressive day.
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anywhere from tuesday to thursday, friday there's a chance of a strong drenching downpour and gusty winds. 88 degrees, a bit more humid, spotty shower or thunderstorm can't be ruled out. hot and humid tomorrow, 93 degrees again, a shower or thunderstorm possible. wednesday, humid, spotty storm, 95 on thursday, hot and humid another round of storms. friday, back down to 83. unsettled and humid there could be a heavy thunderstorm around here or there on friday. but then conveniently, the whole pattern shifts for the weekend we wind with lower humidity, lots of sun make your plans for saturday and sunday. >> looking forward to that. >> topping the people scene at 12:30, shah will shia labeouf hs been released from a jail cell,
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he asked for a cigarette and when he was refused, he become abusive and was later taken into custody in the hotel lobby, he faces charges of disorderly conduct and obstruction. espn has chosen michelle obama to posthumously honor u.n. nis -- eunice kennedy shriver. mrs. obama said in the statement that her work to promote inclusion and acceptance was inspiring and changed the living of countless young athletes. you can watch the awords and all the best moments from the year in sports it's the 25th espy
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sesame place go before they grow. >> before we go a last check of the forecast. all right we have a warm one for you in the northern and western suburbs today. upper 80s in most spots. mid 80s toward easton, mix of sun and clouds, a bit humid out there. down the shore, low 80s, sun and clouds, a bit humid and oppressive as you get toward sea isle and cape may and dover. at any time there's a chance of a spotty pop-up shower or drenching thunderstorm. and we have a couple of drenching showers in parts of south jersey and delaware. >> here's a look at the stories coming up this afternoon on "action news" atmosphere 4:00 p.m. a shark was spotted off the
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coast in florida, swimmers were evacuated one swimmer did not make it out in time. we'll tell you what happened to the man who was attacked, but survived. tesla rolls out its first mass marketed electric car. we'll tell you when the automaker will deliver the vehicle so many are eagerly awaiting for. that's at 4:00 p.m. don't forget to join us later today at 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., and 6:00 p.m. >> for david murphy, rick williams and the entire "action news" team, i'm sarah bloomquist. have a great afternoon! >> we'll see you tonight.
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