It's Tuesday, July 1 and here is your day ahead:

In local news...

WEATHER: The day will start out partly sunny, but become more cloudy, breezy and less humid in the afternoon. There's also a chance for some scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms. Highs in the middle 70s. Full forecast 

1. STORM DAMAGE

Clean up will continue around the region today, following a second day of severe weather. Monday's storms destroyed buildings and took down power lines and trees in several counties. Flooding was also an issue in Madison due to heavy rains. Full story 

2. DAY CARE MAKEOVER

A struggling Madison day care center will reopen in September after a major revamp. Last night, community members discussed their goals for One City Early Learning Centers that mainly serves low income families. Another meeting is planning for tonight. Full story

3. GENEVA HOMICIDES

A woman missing from the state of Oregon has been identified as the second victim found stuffed in a suitcase. Dental records were used to identity Jenny Gamez. She disappeared in 2012, but was not reported missing at first because she had told her family she was moving. Former police officer Steven Zelich was arrested in connection with the crime. Full story

In national news...

1. WORLD CUP

He's baaaaaaack: All of us saw Jozy Altidore pull up lame during Team USA's opening World Cup match with a hamstring injury. Now coach Jurgen Klinsmann says the American striker is ready for action in today's round-of-16 match against Belgium. No word on how much he might play. This is win-or-go-home time in Brazil. Full story

2. ISRAELI TEENS

Tensions spike: Israel pounded Gaza with airstrikes overnight after the bodies of three missing Israeli teens kidnapped last month were found yesterday. "Hamas will pay," Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said. A Hamas leader warned that "the gates of hell will open" if Israel attacks. Another leader said there's no proof Hamas was involved in their deaths. Full story

3. CONTRACEPTION RULING

Supreme Court contraception ruling Divided court: The split 5-4 ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court says some for-profit corporations have religious rights and cannot be required to pay for specific types of contraceptives for their employees. Conestoga Wood Specialties and Hobby Lobby – both largely owned by single families – successfully argued that Obamacare violates their First Amendment right of religious freedom because it requires them to provide coverage for contraceptives like the "morning-after pill," which they see as akin to abortion. Full story

4. OBAMA IMMIGRATION

Going it alone: There's lots of finger pointing going on in Washington as President Obama says he'll come up with his own immigration plan, if the House won't vote on one. The White House has some authority to make changes without congressional input. The GOP-led House has balked at a bipartisan Senate bill, because it includes a pathway to legal status for immigrants living illegally in the United States. The President says he'll come up with something by the end of the summer. Full story

5. IRAQ SECURITY

American forces: Islamic militants pose enough of a threat in Iraq that the United States is beefing up security at key facilities around the capital. An additional 300 troops will stand guard at the U.S. Embassy, the Baghdad airport and other facilities in Iraq, a Pentagon spokesman said. It brings the total of American forces in Iraq to about 800 troops. Full story