Miami, Cleveland And OKC Players All Lobbying For WadeTeams cannot officially start pursuing Dwyane Wade yet, because that would be tampering. The same rules don't apply to players.
Last Days Of Summer Remain Hot In North TexasToday: Partly cloudy, continued hot and humid. Isolated showers, especially south of I-20. High: Upper 90s. Heat index 105 degrees. Wind: South 10-20 mph.
Last Gasp Of Summer Continues Across North TexasToday: Partly cloudy…continued warm. Isolated storms NORTH. High: Mid 90s. Wind: South 5 mph.
North Texas Heating Up, No Rain Through WeekendToday: Air Quality Alert! Sunny and warmer. Say goodbye to the low humidity. High: Mid 90s. Wind: NW 5 mph.
A Lot Of Heat And Humidity Through The WeekToday: Morning storms NW…Isolated afternoon storms. Hot and humid. High: Mid 90s. Heat index: 101-104. Wind: South 5-10 mph.
Judge OKs Texas' Plan To Move Inmates From Hot PrisonThe judge ordered that inmates with certain health conditions or who are at least 65 years old be transferred or housed elsewhere in the prison where temperatures don't exceed 88 degrees.
Texas May Move 'Heat-Sensitive' Inmates To Cooler PrisonsThe judge said those inmates needed to reside where temperatures are no higher than 88 degrees.
Brounoff: The Summertime 100's Give Us A BreakToday you can expect to see passing high clouds and warm, but not excessively hot, temperatures. High: low to mid 90s. Wind: ENE 5-10 mph.
Hot Texas Weather Puts Heavy Strain On Electric GridFriday is expected to be the hottest day of the summer so far across the DFW area. Many people will want to crank the air conditioning, but that can put a heavy strain on the electric grid.
Dan's Tuesday KRLD Forecast - July 25, 2017Bad news first: I hope you enjoyed our brief reprieve of 100 degrees, because they are coming back, but not for too long.
Salvation Army Opens Cooling Stations Across MetroplexAs our weekend temperatures inch higher some relief can be found across North Texas thanks to the Salvation Army.
Judge Orders Texas To Lower Temperature In Sweltering PrisonTexas Department of Criminal Justice officials contended they provide showers, fans and ice water.