Do you remember those hot days last summer and the sound of the air-conditioner running almost non-stop? You might be surprised to learn that the hottest month might not equal the highest energy bill of the year.
Beads of sweat formed on Pastor Joe Temte’s forehead Sunday shortly after holding his service. When a church member finally walked outside to check the air conditioning units, he realized three were gone – ripped out and stolen, most likely for the copper inside.
A 79-year-old Oak Cliff woman succumbs to the North Texas heat and dies in her home just two days after reporting to police that her central air conditioner had been stolen.
In the stifling heat currently impacting North Texas, even the sound of a small air conditioning unit can be music to your ears.
The Dallas County Commissioners are embracing a new fund designed to provide air conditioners for the needy to make sure nobody has to fight the heat without help.
In neighborhoods across Dallas, the concern during the current string of 100+ degree days North Texas is the connection between elderly homeowners and their reluctance to run air conditioning units.
The sizzling temperatures are keeping many North Texans inside, and air conditioning companies busy. But it’s not just the 100+ degree daytime temperatures that are causing the need for repairs.
After 25 consecutive days of triple digit weather North Texans are resorting to just about anything to bring relief.
The Parker County Sheriff’s Department says thieves have stolen or damaged air conditioning units at seven different churches in the area, and that’s just in the last three months.
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – The extreme heat is being blamed for the deaths of two people in Dallas County. Zach Thompson with the Dallas Health and Human Services says two men, ages 43 and 50, were […]
As temperatures eclipse the century mark, several area energy companies want to ensure that North Texas residents have working air conditioners. They may even pay to have it inspected.