Beat The Heat
Los Angeles residents aren’t the only ones who can suffer heatstroke–pets can too.
The Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation announced Wednesday that all pools will remain open through Sept. 5.
Boyle Heights residents who don’t have air conditioning are offering tips to keep cool during this week’s heat wave.
After weeks of mild summertime temperatures, Southern Californians sweltered Tuesday in a heat wave expected to last for days and bring record temperatures to the region.
Valley temps well into the 100s while the basin is above average, but moderated by a little low cloud cover in the morning. The heat stays with us through at least the weekend.
With temperatures reaching into the triple digits Monday three bears sought relief from the heat in a Pasadena swimming pool.
Triple-digit temperatures across the Southland forced officials to warn residents to stay hydrated and remain inside if possible.
Think an air conditioner is the only way to keep your home cool? Think again.
As the summer heat wave reaches the Southland, Los Angeles and Riverside Counties are providing relief for the elderly and those who face heat related health issues.