It's Monday, July 21 and here is your day ahead:

In local news...

WEATHER: The heat and humidity return today. Partly sunny with highs in the upper 80s. Heat index values will reach the 90s this afternoon. Full forecast 


Two people were hurt and more than 100 homes were evacuated after two trains collided head-on near Milwaukee. It happened just after 11 p.m. Sunday in the town of Slinger. Officials say three engines and 10 railcars derailed. Hazmat crews are working to clean up about 5,000 gallons of diesel fuel that spilled from an engine. Full story


A downtown apartment building was evacuated in Madison Sunday night following what was likely a suicide attempt that involved chemicals. Fire officials didn't specify which chemicals were found, but one person was taken to Meriter Hospital. Everyone in the building got out safely. Police cordoned off the city block Sunday night while the fire department's hazardous materials unit worked. Full story


Madison police still don't have a suspect in connection with a fatal shooting on the city's east side. A 46-year-old man was shot and killed outside the Howard Johnson Hotel Saturday morning along East Washington Avenue. Police found the car believed to be involved, but it was abandoned. Officers dusted the car before moving it to the police department vehicle impound, where it will undergo a forensic examination. Full story


 Beloit police also searching for a suspect in a homicide this weekend. Police found a 44-year-old woman shot Sunday morning near the corner of Woodard and White avenues, near the Beloit College campus. The woman died at Mercy Hospital in Janesville. Police have not released the woman's identity or any information on the shooter. Full story


Officials say a fire at the Milwaukee Brewers' ballpark was contained mainly to a restaurant. The fire started about 2 a.m. Monday at Friday's Front Row Sports Grill at Miller Park. Milwaukee Deputy Fire Chief Aaron Lipski says the fire apparently started in the restaurant's kitchen and spread up through some duct work. No one was injured. Monday night's home game will go on as scheduled. Full story

In national news...


MH17 crash site 3 Can this get worse? Apparently, yes. The families of 298 people whose plane was shot down over eastern Ukraine must now grapple with more terrible news: claims that separatists have looted from the crash scene, tampered with evidence and prevented investigators from getting to the site. All the while, more than 200 of the bodies sit in refrigerated train cars. The next challenges: Trying to confirm who shot down the plane and figuring out if devices found by rebels are actually the "black boxes." Full story


Game changer? The battle between Israel and Hamas militants in Gaza is getting bloodier by the day. At least 87 Palestinians and 13 Israeli soldiers were killed Sunday in the deadliest day of the current conflict. And now Hamas says it's captured an Israeli soldier - which an Israeli official denies. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry heads Egypt today to see what he can do to get a cease-fire going. The question is, will both Israel and Hamas actually stop the violence? Full story


Bill Clinton So close: Bill Clinton said he was this close to getting Israelis and Palestinians to stop fighting each other back when he was in office. Now, 14 years later, he tells CNN's Anna Coren what it would take to achieve peace on both sides. That's not all. In a wide-ranging interview airing this morning on "New Day," Clinton also talks about the surge of unaccompanied children crossing into the U.S., the future of Ukraine and the U.S. role in Iraq. Full story


Syria or bust: In this case, it was bust. A 20-year-old California man is headed to court Monday after authorities say he wanted to go to Syria to join ISIS - the radical Islamist group taking over swaths of Syria and Iraq. According to the feds, Adam Dandach said he "would assist ISIS with anything the ISIS asked him to do, and that he believed the killings of U.S. soldiers are justified killings." We'll see what Dandach has to say in court. Full story


'Troubling' video: Eric Garner had both hands in the air as New York police officers were trying to arrest him. Yet one NYPD cop grabbed him in a prohibited chokehold. Soon afterward, Garner was dead. Now Garner's friends and family are incensed by what happened, and New York's mayor says the video is "very troubling." But a police organization says the officer should be given the benefit of the doubt. Full story