Tomatoes are rotting on the vine at an Illinois farm.
St. Louis County has reported its first heat-related death this summer.
Brad Schwab, with the Illinois field office of the USDA says the results are, as you can expect, terrible.
The 72-year-old Northwoods woman was discovered inside her home Friday.
Two adults and three children were camping at St. Joe State Park near Park Hills Saturday when lightning struck nearby.
Americans in much of the country will be getting a slight break from the oppressive heat on Sunday, one day after temperatures rose to above 100 degrees from the central states to the mid-Atlantic. Yet for many, the cooler temperatures won’t exactly be comfortable, falling only into the 90s.
The latest government report is painting a deteriorating portrait of the Kansas corn crop.
Helpful tips on how to stay cool and comfortable during the next few days.
The amount of heat illnesses and deaths this summer is an enormous increase over last year.
Charity finds a woman in her 80s without AC. in the nick of time.