A 25-year-old Collin County man suffered a heat stoke Saturday and died.
To 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.
North 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.
On days as hot as Friday, a Fort Worth hospital is proving how dangerous the heat is for children.
Volunteers 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
MedStar says heat-related calls are down 30 percent compared to 2012, but a string of hot days can quickly change that.
Today at 5pm, I interviewed Michele Terry, who’s six month-old died in a hot car almost eight years ago to the day. Her husband was out of his routine one morning and simply forgot that […]
An advocacy group has sued the Texas prison system blaming 13 inmate deaths since 2007 on hot conditions in units without air conditioning.
As 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.
A dog returning to the United States with a soldier’s family was euthanized after suffering heat stroke in Houston while in the care of United Airlines.
Even with all the warnings and alerts, kids are still dying inside hot cars. Now the organization Safe Kids Worldwide is urging everyone to ACT and help keep children safe.
The Tarrant County Health Department is reminding people that summer is not over, and residents should take precautions to keep cool during the hottest months of the year.