Today on WML: Matt Kirkwood joins the show to talk about the upcoming heat. Bob Kreter of Dégagé Ministries tells us what they are doing to help people keep cool in the hottest days of the year. April Butler gives us a weekend box office preview. Finally Jock from Firefall joins the show ahead of their show in Grand Haven.
1 Excessive heat warning in effect today from noon to 8pm Saturday.
2 Demonstrators overturned barricades and police fired tear gas asprotests continued through the nightin San Juan against Gov. Ricardo Rosselló. Protests started days ago after nearly 900 pages of leaked chats from the governor's private group chat were published. The messages between the governor and his inner circle revealed a seemingly vengeful approach to running the US territory. Protesters andeven some celebs mentioned in the chatssay Rosselló is abusive and corrupt and want him to resign immediately. But Rosselló says he won't step down. Similar protests against him have unfolded in New York, Miami and Orlando.
3 The Houses hot down an effort to impeach President Trump. The vote illustrated the divide in the Democratic caucus over the issue, with 137 Dems joining all Republicans in defeating the measure.
The House also voted to hold Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in criminal contempt in a subpoena dispute related to the administration's attempt to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
An 11-year-old girl wasn't sour after thieves stole $9 from her lemonade stand for charity. That's because neighbors and policedonated more than $300.
Not too early to think about Halloween
They're special costumes for special kids: Target is selling Halloween costumesdesigned for children with different abilities.
Social media used for good
The Vietnam vet had no known living relatives when he died. Still,thousands of people showed upat his funeral.