6 Things to Know – Your Top Stories For Friday, June 28
# 1 – If you were hoping for a dry weekend in South Florida, you’re out of luck as the chances of rain increases towards Friday evening and continues into the weekend. Keep the NBC 6 app close at hand for First Alert Doppler 6000 and push notifications if the weather is bad in the area.
# 2 – On the final night of the presidential debate, the Democratic Party had violent discussions about bus stops and segregation, an outspoken admission of its failure in racial tensions, and an attempt to bridge the generational gap between leaders and others. faced the challenge of standing out from the crowd at Thursday’s debate in Miami, sponsored by NBC News, MSNBC and Telemundo.
# 3 – With the country’s harsh conditions unfolding for immigrant children in the US, nearly a dozen applicants for the White House have turned the nation’s largest migrant child care center in Homestead into a must-see destination in the United States. time of the election campaign. …
During presidential debates on Wednesday and Thursday in neighboring Miami, candidates were eager to visit the site to turn the site into a symbol of the Trump administration’s ill-treatment of young migrants.
# 4 – A teenager ends up behind bars after alarming allegations that he raped a teenage girl after allegedly drugging her at Miramar’s home earlier this week and then posting a video of the incident online.
Police charged 18-year-old Jorge Martinez on multiple counts, including sexual assault of a minor and indecent communication. On Thursday, he was held on $ 550,000 bail.
# 5 – President Donald Trump, with a smirk and forefinger, dryly told Vladimir Putin, “Don’t meddle in the election,” at their first meeting after the special adviser concluded that Russia was seriously meddling in the 2016 campaign.
The tone of the president’s comment, made after a reporter asked if he would warn Putin, was immediately open to interpretation. But it doesn’t seem to do much to silence questions about Trump’s relationship with Russia following the conclusion of Special Adviser Robert Mueller.
# 6 – Car rental companies often charge younger and older drivers. One man says he was aware of this and made sure he booked a car for his elderly family member from a company that did not have a so-called senior citizen’s surcharge.
But when the charge was added, he turned to NBC 6 Responds. Click here to see the story and how we helped him get things done.