While crews continue to work hard to restore power as quickly as possible to the thousands still in the dark, temperatures around the Twin Ports will soar again into uncomfortable levels. To help, a number of area businesses and organizations are offering places to cool off or even take a shower...
The Northland had been warned of excessive heat and many people were preparing by getting their fans and air conditioners in place. However, no one was expecting the extent of damage from the early morning storm that surprised us with downed trees and power lines. Over 3,000+ people were left without power and many don't know when it will be restored. Amsoil Arena and the Duluth Area YMCA has ste
This week we will experience the worst heat of the year, and there are people that just have to suck it up and go do their jobs no matter what. Let's give them a little credit, just showing up at these jobs is honorable.
Unfortunately there are tragic stories each summer about pets and children left in vehicles on hot summer days. While there has been a growing awareness about these dangers when outdoor temperatures are hot, it is important to remember that even on cooler days that it can still get dangerously hot in a vehicle.