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  • Heat-related illnesses: What to do if they strike

    Heat is the #1 weather-related killer in Arizona. Stay safe with tips, plus a list of symptoms for heat-related illness and what to do if you fall ill.

  • Near record heat forecast for Sunday

    Today will likely be the hottest day of the season so far, with a forecast high of 107 degrees, just shy of the daily record of 109 degrees set in 2012. 
  • (Source: KPHO/KTVK)

    Phoenix heats up with triple-digit temps

    At 3:03 p.m. Friday, temps reached 103 degrees in Phoenix.
  • Experts: Do your homework before choosing AC repair company

    With so many different AC companies offering various deals and services, how do consumers know which companies are legitimate and which ones are shady?
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  • Signs, symptoms of heat-related illnesses

    Signs, symptoms of heat-related illnesses

    Monday, June 2 2014 2:08 PM EDT2014-06-02 18:08:36 GMT
    Heat Cramps Muscle spasms or cramps are an early warning sign of heat illness. Immediately get to a cooler place and rest. Lightly stretch the affected muscle. Drink 1/2 a glass of water every 15 minutes. HeatMore >
    Read the signs and symptoms of heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke.More >
  • Ways to protect yourself from extreme heat

    Ways to protect yourself from extreme heat

    Monday, June 2 2014 1:55 PM EDT2014-06-02 17:55:04 GMT
    Ways to protect yourself from extreme heat: Avoid strenuous activity on hot days. Limit activities to the coolest part of the day (4 a.m. to 7 a.m.). Rest often in shade. If active between 11 a.m.More >
    Ways to protect yourself from extreme heat, according to the Arizona Department of Health Services.More >
  • People most at risk in heat

    People most at risk in heat

    Monday, June 2 2014 1:44 PM EDT2014-06-02 17:44:10 GMT
    Who is most at risk during excessive heat warnings? People age 65 and over People with heart disease or high blood pressure People taking certain medication for depressions, insomnia, or poor circulation PeopleMore >
    Who is most at risk during excessive heat warnings?More >

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