Knowing The 'In's & Out's' Of Exercising In The Texas HeatTemperatures continue to rise across North Texas and on days like today, when temperatures are expected to hit the triple-digits, the heat can take a serious toll on your health.
Hiker Dies Of Apparent Heat Stroke In Texas ParkTemperatures topped 100 degrees on Tuesday in Amarillo, about 30 miles north of Palo Duro Canyon Park.
Mesquite 911 Dispatcher Saves Teen Having Heat StrokeOfficials in Mesquite are crediting a 911 dispatcher with saving a teenager who was having a heat stroke on Wednesday. Christy Russell used new 911 technology to pinpoint the boy's location.
25-Year-Old Man Dies From Heat StrokeA 25-year-old Collin County man suffered a heat stoke Saturday and died.
CBS 11 Reporter Conducts Monitored 'Hot Car' ExperimentTo help North Texans better understand how dangerous temperatures can be, CBS 11 News reporter J.D. Miles, with MedStar EMTs and paramedics at his side, conducted a hot car experiment.
As Heat Increases, So Do Health ConcernsNorth Texas has not officially seen temperatures hit 100 degrees yet this year. But that is expected to change on Monday, making heat-related health issues an even bigger concern than before.
Hospital Demonstrates Heat Danger In CarsOn days as hot as Friday, a Fort Worth hospital is proving how dangerous the heat is for children.
Meals On Wheels Provides More Than Food During Brutal Summer HeatVolunteers at Tarrant County Meals on Wheels say they see the same scene play itself out almost every summer: an elderly person suffering through unimaginable heat in their home
Heat-Related Calls Down This SummerMedStar says heat-related calls are down 30 percent compared to 2012, but a string of hot days can quickly change that.
Preventing Another Child From Dying In A Hot Car
Texas Prisons Face More Lawsuits Over No A/CAn advocacy group has sued the Texas prison system blaming 13 inmate deaths since 2007 on hot conditions in units without air conditioning.
Teaming Up To Prevent Hot-Car Child DeathsAs temperatures rise in Texas, one government safety agency is working to reduce the number of children who are seriously injured or lose their life after being left alone inside a hot vehicle.