5 stories to follow: July 25

A member of the search and recovery team wades along Neshaminy Creek at the train trestle near East Bristol Road, Feasterville, looking for the bodies of two young men, ages 18 and 19, who are presumed to have drowned July 23, 2013 while swimming. ( CLEM MURRAY / Staff Photographer )

Here's your look at five stories we'll be following today:

1. Missing teen swimmers: Emergency crews are continuing the search for two teenage swimmers who went missing in a Bensalem Township creek on Tuesday night. Responders called off the search in Neshaminy Creek for 19-year-old Perry Krewson and 18-year-old Dan Tadrzynski at about 8 p.m. Wednesday, and crews were set to resume the recovery efforts this morning.

2. Eagles camp: The full Philadelphia Eagles team reports to training camp today, joining the rookies, quarterbacks and other selected veterans who have been practicing since Monday. For more updates from training camp, check out Philly.com's full coverage.

3. Gaelic games: The Continental Youth Championships of the Gaelic games kick off today in Chester County. About 200 youth clubs from across the United States and Canada will compete in Irish football, hurling and camogie during the four-day tournament at the Greater Chester Valley Soccer Association fields in East Goshen. The sports are hugely popular in Ireland, but much less widely played in the United States.

4. Cause of deadly fire: Officials are investigating the cause of a fire that killed two young cousins and injured a third in Chester. The Wednesday-morning blaze claimed the lives of 9-year-old Amajhay Ferguson and 6-year-old Bella McKnight, and left 4-year-old Moses McKnight in critical condition. Three other children and two adults survived the fire. Chester Fire Commissioner James Johnson says the department is "leaving no stone unturned" in order to "make sure we give that family some rest as to what caused this."

5. Holder to discuss Voting Rights Act: Attorney General Eric Holder will be in Philadelphia today to discuss the Voting Rights Act and the impact of a recent Supreme Court decision. He will speak at the National Urban League's annual conference, which is being held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.