Texas May Move 'Heat-Sensitive' Inmates To Cooler PrisonsThe judge said those inmates needed to reside where temperatures are no higher than 88 degrees.
Judge Orders Texas To Lower Temperature In Sweltering PrisonTexas Department of Criminal Justice officials contended they provide showers, fans and ice water.
POLL: How's The Temperature In Your Office?A recent Washington Post article indicated that men and women interpret office temperature differently.
Congressmen Call For Enhanced Ebola Screening At Texas AirportsTwo Texas Congressman have asked that the two largest airports in Texas are added to the list of five that increase Ebola screening for international passengers.
5 Office Changes That Increase Your Success At WorkLearn how to become more successful at work with these five simple tips from Thalma Lobel, author of "Sensation: The New Science of Physical Intelligence."
Hospital Demonstrates Heat Danger In CarsOn days as hot as Friday, a Fort Worth hospital is proving how dangerous the heat is for children.
ERCOT: Megawatt Usage Could Be Near Capacity This WeekAs temperatures continue to rise across the metroplex this week, there has also been a rise in North Texas energy use. According to ERCOT, Monday was a 2013 landmark for statewide energy use.
Runaway Heat At North Texas Rail YardThe best view of Union Pacific’s massive Davidson Yard is from the Hulen Street Bridge. From five stories above you can see the size and scope of the operation. It is the second largest train yard in Texas.
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High Rise Manager Discusses Monitoring Energy UseThose who live in homes can dial their thermostats back, but what about major office buildings and high-rises? How do they keep tenants comfortable while minimizing power use?
Scorching Summer Here Already: DFW Airport Hits 106ºTuesday marks the hottest day of the year so far and the earliest DFW Airport hit 106º since the dreaded, scorched days of 1980.
A Look At The Difference Of 1 DegreeThe difference between a 99° or 100° day can be measured in records, tolerance or sweat. But the question has come up: How do meteorologists decide when it’s this close to go with 99° or 100°? Jeff Jamison explains.