We have some helpful tips to stay safe during the summer heat, plus what you need to know about heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
Infants and children, older adults, and people suffering from illness may have trouble responding to extreme temperatures. Taking certain medications also affects how the body responds to heat.
Wearing light, loose clothing can also help, and doctors say try to take breaks from the heat.
The American Red Cross First Aid app for your mobile device can help you be prepared for a heatwave.
Spending a lot of hours outside in the heat and sun doesn't always sound like fun, but for some people in our community, their job requires it.
There are ways customers can help ensure power isn't disrupted for many by following a few tips.
Volunteer drivers for Meals on Wheels say they always check on their clients but this week is especially important with the heat.
As you take your kiddos to the playground this week, there could be a hidden danger brought on by the hot temperatures.
A potential heat wave on the way, even record-breaking temperatures this week, and for firefighters, these extremely hot temperatures pose a challenge