Parents are voicing concern over an apparent lack of air condition in their children’s classrooms, as Southern California’s record heat wave continues.
Travelers to Southern California walked into a hot and stuffy terminal at Los Angeles International Airport where the air conditioning broke on the first day of summer.
The air conditioning went out at the San Bernardino Unified School District headquarters and at two schools, prompting officials and students to head home early.
Air conditioning specialists have seen an increase in AC breakdowns since the beginning of the excessive heat wave.
Boyle Heights residents who don’t have air conditioning are offering tips to keep cool during this week’s heat wave.
Summertime and the living is easy in Los Angeles. Follow these tips and freshen up your home.
Will Southland power customers be willing to curtail their air conditioning use during the hottest months of the year if the San Onofre plant isn’t back online by then?