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The simplest advice: Find a place that has air conditioning. Cooling centers are open around the region.
It's not even June, and local governments are having to open cooling centers and even adjust trash collection due to soaring temperatures.
Mark Brady, chief spokesperson for Prince George's County Fire/EMS
Local communities are working to help everyone stay cool and comfortable in the brutally hot weather conditions.
Some simple household solutions could make the difference in this sizzling heat.
Animal cruelty charges have been obtained against a woman whose dog died from being left in a car in 104-degree heat July 6, according to charging documents filed in Frederick County District Court.
If you were in the Washington area last week you may have noticed traffic was light and drivers, for the most part, were polite for which you can thank Congress. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey explains the annual July 4th exodus that makes DC livable.
Heat is damaging batteries, hoses, belts and tires.
Experts say trees need 25 gallons of water each week to stay healthy.
Bakery workers and mechanics sweat it out every day.