Scientists: Freezing Cold Winter Could Mean Fewer Bugs In SummerAs many states are still digging out from the frigid "bomb cyclone," some are looking for the possible bright side of a brutal winter: Less bugs in the summer.
July Was the Deadliest Month for Hot-Car Deaths in Nearly a DecadeAbout 37 children die while trapped in overheated vehicles every year in the U.S., and at least 729 have died in hot-car incidents since 1998.
Heat Wave Sets Records, Disrupts BusinessesSo where will July 2017 stack up in the history books when all is said and done?
Six Flags Taking Heat Precautions; But Watch Out For Heat IllnessesFree water activities in the cool zone will also be available.
No Flights Cancelled Despite Extreme HeatHas there been any impact of our heat wave on Lambert St. Louis International Airport?
Residents Look For Relief During This Week's Grueling TempsCity residents might be getting an automated call from Mayor Lyda Krewson as the scorching heat lingers.
Cool Down STL: Fans In Extreme Heat Are As Deadly As GunsHeat Up/Cool Down St. Louis founder Gentry Trotter took to Twitter Wednesday morning, saying you might as well give a senior a gun if you donate a room fan in this type of heat.
Extreme Heat Expected This Week for Much of MissouriIn St. Louis, the high temperature is expected to reach the upper-90s Tuesday and 100 degrees Wednesday through Saturday.
NWS Extends Heat Advisory Through ThursdayThe heat index could hit 108 due to temps around 100 and dew points in the low 70's.
Tips to Keep Out of the Hospital in High HeatWith temperatures hitting the triple digit mark across the St. Louis area, the concern is over heat-related illnesses
It's So Hot In Arizona That Everything Is MeltingTemperatures in Arizona are reaching 113 degrees Fahrenheit and higher in some places, and basically everything is melting.
Teen Boys Wear Skirts to Class in Protest of School's Dress CodeGirls are allowed to wear skirts, but boys can't wear shorts on hot days -- a wrong a group of teen boys in England attempted to right.