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and was ok. -- one gear and that everyone was ok. we have seen some ambulances coming and going but it looks like they may just be getting everyone out. we did see it a baggage handler and they are possibly going to get the bags. we are going to get more official word, but we do know of an airplane reported a problem at one point anton now it -- and now it appears to have landed. it looks like it landed with a scary rides. we will have more information as we get it. >> before you go, i am not sure if you know the answer. do we know everyone is off the plane at this point? are they still on the plane? >> this point, it is unclear. i would think that now people are probably on the airplane. generally they would bring people off who needed emergency
and if it could not taxi they would put them on of us. i do not think they have had enough time to bring about some, but i am not 100% sure -- to bring a bus but i am not 100% sure. >> dangerously hot temperatures expected to march. >> temperatures will be in the 90's, but it will feel like 100. we are going to get to the timing of our hot weather in the weather system. >> we are expecting temperatures to once again get into the mid 90's and even the upper 90's tomorrow. a heat advisory will go into affect before noon on tuesday. heat is the number one weather- related killer. something to take seriously. i know we are all anxious for summer but it is all at one time and really quick, and today
we had a high temperature of 94 degrees and a record high in milwaukee. more of that is on the way. temperatures will be getting into the mid 90's with heat index values around 100 degrees. >> tomorrow's heat advisory means you will need to take it easy outside. >> a warning from health officials tonight. >> the house apartment he task force held their first meeting of the year. -- a helsing apartment task force held their first meeting of the year. -- health department task force held their first meeting of the year. no need for a thermometer when you have loyd chapman. when he is out, the temperature is up, and the health effects are likely humid days downtown.
the milwaukee health commissioner says tuesday's he could be dangerous. >> you need to make sure to take it easy, to hydrate often to get to cool spots and try to get inside, to not overexerts and to check on your neighbors. >> city fire are reminding people to play out here and keep the hydrants sealed, and not just for fire fighting reasons. >> a lot of times you have kids are out playing. they cannot see them. >> chances are you will see a lot of lawyers. he will be the oasis -- a lot of lloyd. he will be the oasis as they try to be the heat. >> the very young and the very old will be vulnerable. you want to make sure they are doing ok. they are going to keep an eye on their fire fighters, making sure they keep cold and very
hydrated. >> for the first time we are hearing from milwaukee fire fighters. we have their harrowing story and new dramatic pictures to match. >> you see the milwaukee firefighters falling from a second story window in this dramatic video from the fire on 16th and lincoln. >> there were people screaming there are kids in there. >> two police officers said there were two children trapped in the attic. >> that is why the firefighter is just out of the hospital after suffering second degree burns, and they risked their lives, heading into a smoke- filled burning building. >> i could not see anyone couldn't -- anyone but i could
hear it. >> the smoke and he quickly grew in intensity and now. >> a lot of intense heat, and everything a nights at once, and that is -- ignites at once, and that is when i got burned. >> the escape route was blocked. good>> i did not know there was a window next to me for him to go down. i just fell out so he could come out the same window, so he would not be burned. >> i was earning, and i could not take it, and i jumped right out. >> will get the second story window. you will see him throw himself out. >> we have firefighters out of the second floor.
>> he finally dropped. now they were both free but injured and worried about their partner. they had gotten separated by the smoke and flames. >> there was a time when we did not know jason was ok, and we thought he was dead. >> firefighter rodriguez escape from the other side of the building. all that is left is a burned out shell, and both firefighters say they are glad they are a lives. >> it was like a big ball of flame. it was pretty intense. >> he says he cannot wait to get back to fighting fires. >> this is the fifth time he had been burned fighting a fire, but he has never been burned his cabinet. -- this badly. >> students will be offered free
tuberculosis tests after learning a student has the disease. investigators say a seventh grader is currently being treated for tb. the child got the illness from a family member after close continuous contact. it would be rare to transit to another student, but they are offering testing tomorrow for every sixth, seventh an eighth grader as a precaution. >> students do not transmit very well so it is pretty rare for children to transmit tuberculosist will cost
whether or not these senators did what they are obligated to do and whether there was misconduct not in august. >> walker is not the only republican breaking ranks. fred d. hopper says they do not want to wait any longer for the election. >> this is a very divisive time and the politics are very strident, and to have one party say we are going to have fake candidates to throw this office is simply wrong. >> what they are doing is not illegal. the recall is scheduled for july 12 but there is a problem, a regular election will be scheduled for later. and how they got a deer out of the school. good >> i have not told the truth? i have done things i would
as soon as it is available. >> the picture was of me, and i sent it. >> a confession from representative anthony wiener. he admits having several inappropriate relationships with women through social media. he also said he live last week when he said his with your account had been hacked. -- when he said his twitter account have been hacked. >> anthony wiener finely came clean.
>> i have not told the truth and i have done things i deeply regret. >> the democrat from new york, a leading candidate from the york city admitted he was the one that sent the lewd photo last week. >> once i realize i posted it, i panicked. i took it down and said i had been hacked. i then continued to stick to the story, which was a regrettable mistake. >> he was defiant. >> i did not send that. >> on monday, he asked for forgiveness. >> i am deeply sorry for the pain this has caused my wife and our family and my constituents, friends supporters, and staff. >> in an exclusive interview with abc news, nagin said she was one of the six women and wiener communicated with online. he said she reached out to her
on facebook after she commented. he said -- she said they exchanged photos. >> he wanted to see if i thought he was attractive. >> how much of it was sex talk, >> he would attend all the time. >> nancy pelosi called for an ethics investigation to determine whether he violated any house rules. >> congressmen wiener says he will fully cooperate with the ethics investigation. health investigators are back to square one in a worldwide e coli outbreak that has reached at least one person in the area. a german firm is suspected at the source of the outbreak. they have seen no evidence vegetables grown up the farm are to blame. at least 22 people have died, and over 2000 are sick. one patient is being treated in
milwaukee after spending some time in germany. >> we have some video of last year's rain. tomorrow around sunrise officials plan to start spraying around the fox river and worth are. that is where they have found the most mosquito larva a. breaking into a daycare center. >> the dear busted into the window. kids were in the room at the time. no one was hurt. the school said it ran through calls and was eventually locked in the kitchen. police were called and eventually led the animal outside. that was a happy ending. we are getting blasted today. >> it is the hottest temperatures in nearly two years, and there is plenty more on the way. >> 94 degrees. that was the hottest june 6 ever on record, beating the old record of 93 set up in 1925.
today is august temperatures since june 24, 2009, -- today is the hottest temperatures since june 294 2009. the story is how warm it is going to be. at 7:00 in the morning, 75 degrees. temperatures will skyrocket to 89 degrees and topping out at 95 degrees. we are talking about the heat index near 100 degrees. that is why the heat advisory will take place at noon until 8:00 p.m. on tuesday. little cooler in port washington. the south wind will and warm you got. here is what it feels like when you combine humidity.
80 degrees in milwaukee. 19 degrees for the heat index value in kenosha, and why are we going to be warming up? look at the temperatures to the south and west. at least in the a.d. pause, and the twin cities, and this is -- in the a.d.'s, and the twin cities, this is going to move in -- in the 80's, and the twin cities, this is going to move in. we could have some heat index values over 100 degrees and especially west word. we have a heat advisory that will take place for all corners of the viewing area from noon until 8:00 p.m. i would not be surprised if we see another one on wednesday. we are going to have back-to- back days of-the 90's. let's take a look at precipitation. tomorrow we start out with some
thunder storms even producing some hail in the hartford area. there is some huge hales. softball size, four-inch. right now we are in pretty good shape. now we're going to focus of a thunderstorm activity along the front. we are going to and the to stable to support thunderstorms' of the current term. -- going to b [ male announcer ] washington, d.c. a landmark of liberty and opportunity. at bank of america, we live and work here with thousands of employees and hundreds of branches and atms. every day, we're working to help set opportunity in motion... from supporting the arts and howard university to helping revitalize anacostia and downtown d.c. because when you're giving lending, and investing in more communities across the country, more opportunities happen. ♪ ♪
instead of a private party she did a public one and 15,000 people rsvp. police had to come to break up the crowd. she was not even there. >> that looks nothing like a sweet 16 party i would do at that age. >> social media. that puts new media into it. brian zimmerman continues rehab, and wait until you hear what he did in the ballgame. the nationals get another big hitter.
>> the toyota sports desk, and brought to you by your local toyota dealers moving you forward. >> with the sixth selection of the 2011 first year player draft, the washington nationals select and the ney a third baseman from rice university, -- select anthony a third baseman from rice university. >> thricee rice nationals -- the
national's took him on his birth date. he has been outstanding the last several years. he was a college player of the year. he was the third baseman. they feel he is a verse of tile player so it will not be a problem -- reversible player, so it will not be a problem to move him. >> i have played every position throwing up. i have played second, third. i pitched in high school. i just want the chance to be out there. >> they also take alex meyer from the university of kentucky. he is a big kid 225. he throws a 95 m.p.h. fastball. meanwhile brian zimmerman continues his rehab assignment playing for the potomac nationals.
frederick did been potomac 8-1. zimmerman says he is not ready to return just yet. for hockey fans, a game 3. no did they explode. the brewers dominated. it is wednesday night in be in town for the next game. -- in beantown for the next game. he will miss his first major tournament for 17 years. at the u.s. open qualifier freddie was one of the players doing everything in his power to make it to the field. freddie is a local favorite. he shot a 67 and a 68 to earn the right to play at congressional. pitcher danny holzmann from st.
>> any thoughts tonight? >> it is going to get warm. tonight with -- tomorrow will be 90. low 90's by friday. our forecast tomorrow is sunny and near 90 degrees. the levels will creep up, but check out wednesday and thursday when we get the upper 90's. a 30% chance of thunderstorms on friday. adam will take a fresh look at all of this tomorrow morning. >> i had not realized we got you.
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