Six things to know – 6/23/16

Here are six things to know for today.

The House session is over, the official sit-in ended, but the fight is far from over. Some House Democrats are still in the chambers this morning and say they won’t leave until there’s a vote on gun control amendments. The House reconvenes after July 4th.

People in the United Kingdom are answering one question today, "should the UK remain a member of the European Union?" This is the third national referendum in history. We won’t have results until tomorrow.

The Coast Guard is searching for a man and his three teenage children who went missing while on a sailing trip off the coast of Florida. Crews found a body in the same area where debris from the family’s sailboat was found. We don’t know the identity of that person yet this morning.

Firefighters have the Dog Head fire in Albuquerque 68% contained right now. So far, that fire has burned more than 17,000 acres.

We’re waiting on a verdict in the trial of Baltimore police officer Caesar Goodson. He’s charged in the death of Freddie Gray. This is a bench trial, meaning a judge will decide Goodson’s fate not a jury.

Today is Olympic Day, designed to help you and your kids get active and try a new sport. In Noble Park, more than 100 kids in local summer camps will try out a torch relay and a variety of Olympic sports. The event starts at 1:00 p.m.

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