30-Year-Old Worker Dies From North Texas HeatThe person died on July 7 when the high was 96 degrees at DFW Airport.
Triple-Digit Temperatures Causing More Heat-Related IllnessesThe triple-digit temperatures happening across all of North Texas can be dangerous and even deadly.
Staying Cool & Safe During Dangerous North Texas HeatDangerous heat is in the North Texas weather forecast this week. In fact, this will be the hottest week that the DFW area has seen in the last two years.
DFW Hits 100 Degrees; Experts Warn Of Heat Exhaustion, StrokeDallas/Fort Worth officially hit 100 degrees Friday, making it the hottest day of 2018 so far in the Metroplex.
MedStar Uses "Extreme Weather Response" During Scorching WeatherMedStar emergency crews took more than a dozen people to the hospital Saturday for heat-related illnesses.
Extreme Texas Heat Brings A Number Of Health RisksThe extreme hot weather brings a number of health risks for anyone moving around outdoors.
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.