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Beat the heat
With highs forecasted in triple digits for much of the next week, there are dozens of area cooling centers open for those who do not have access to air conditioning, or for any other reason need a break from the heat.
Pull your head out of the clouds and read up on some of weather terms being tossed around this summer, so you know when to prepare and when to take cover.
The Kansas City Health Department wants you to stay safe in extreme heat. Follow these 10 guidelines to avoid heat-related illnesses.
41 Action News sits down with the University of Kansas Hospital's Director of Dermatology for some advice on protecting yourself and your family from the sun this summer.
If the Kansas City area’s extreme temperatures are leaving you stressed and dehydrated, gardening expert Toby Tobin says your lawn and garden are likely feeling the same way.
Kansas City has a large running community. These triple digit temperatures can be dangerous for people who need their daily jogging fix. A group of avid runners shared tips to beat the heat and enjoy their daily run.