The first thing you’re told when the temperatures become oppressive is to stay indoors, but for some a cool treat in the warm sunshine is hard to resist. Both man and beast are searching high and low for heat relief.
The hotter it gets, the more opportunistic scam artists get. That’s the warning from the Better Business Bureau when it comes to some air-conditioning repair contractors.
A recent Washington Post article indicated that men and women interpret office temperature differently.
Families living at a Mesquite apartment complex are facing hot weather on Tuesday without air conditioning — again! But, this time, they were warned about the situation.
Families paying rent at a Mesquite apartment community are finally getting what they pay for — air conditioning. Most residents at the Hillcrest Apartments agree the last week has been miserable.
Dozens of residents at a Mesquite apartment complex continue to battle the heat on Tuesday after the complex’s chiller system broke, leaving them without air conditioning since Thursday.
The problem stems from a massive leak in the chiller system at Hillcrest Apartments near North Galloway and Hillcrest Street.
It’s about to be one the hottest week so far in 2015 and residents of one Mesquite apartment complex are sweating it out while living without air conditioning.
CBS 11 Storm Team meteorologists say today could be the hottest day of the year so far, but even if temperatures don’t reach the triple-digits the forecast has the heat index well over 100-degrees.
The power is back on tonight for more than 100 residents at Park Creek Manor in Oak Cliff.
Initially, many involved joked about how the conditions in the sweltering AT&T Center on Thursday for Game 1 of the NBA Finals reminded of sepia-toned memories. When we played poor. When we played outside.
Players were placing ice bags on their necks while sitting on the bench and during timeouts, and Heat star LeBron James told teammates during a stoppage in play that ‘they’re trying to smoke us out of here.’