Here's what we're planning for tomorrow:
Search teams are looking in western Nevada for millionaire Steve Fossett. The adventure seeker went missing Monday after going out on a land scouting flight. Fossett was the first person to fly solo around the world in a balloon, he also became the first person to fly around the world in a plane without refueling. We will have the very latest on the search tomorrow.
Two Hurricanes Hit Central America
The category 5 hurricane Felix hit Nicaragua early this morning and Hurricane Henriette hit Baja California. This is the first time hurricanes have made landfall from the Atlantic and the Pacific in on the same day. We will have full coverage on these storms tomorrow.
Missing BYU Student
The fall semester just got underway and one family is searching for their missing daughter. Brigham Young University senior Camille Cleverley went missing last Thursday. Tomorrow we will have an exclusive interview with Camille's parents.
Boy Survives Plane Crash
A 7-year-old boy is lucky to be alive today. Joel Hutchinson was the only survivor aboard a plane that crashed into Lake Erie last night. His father and brother are missing. The boy was rescued by a man who watched the plane crash into the lake. Tomorrow we will talk to Chuck Herndon, the good samaritan that got into a rowboat and rescued the boy.
What Else We're Working on for Wednesday's show:
- Bill Clinton stops by to tell us about his book, Giving: How Each of Us Can Change The World. We'll maybe even throw in a few questions about his wife's run for the White House.
- TODAY Throws a Wedding- Wedding Dress Selection
We'll keep you posted if anything changes. Otherwise, see you in the morning.
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