Dangerous Heat

Indianapolis power companies prepare for weekend heat

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Your A/C unit will be working harder than normal during these extreme temperatures.Read more

Extreme heat can cause danger for your pets

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Local shelter and officers take precautions to keep pets safe during the extreme heat.Read more

City of Carmel cancels wine event due to excessive heat

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Carmel city officials have canceled the Art of Wine event scheduled for Saturday evening in Carmel.Read more


Meals on Wheels volunteers seek to help community during dangerous heat wave

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Meals on Wheels volunteers are helping those in need during this brutally hot weather. Read more

How to spot signs of heatstroke in pets

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The heat can be deadly for dogs, so Indianapolis Animal Care Services offered tips on how to keep them safest during the conditions.Read more

Dangerous heat continues

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The Excessive Heat Warning continues through 8 p.m. Sunday.Read more

Driver: Lack of air conditioning in delivery truck nearly proved fatal

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Jim Klenk said he had to be hospitalized in 2016 because of heat-related illness. It turns out his kidneys were failing.Read more

Indians: Fans can bring their own water to this weekend's games

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The game was a go Thursday night at Victory Field, as fans were beating the heat.Read more

As temperatures soar, IMPD 'Popsicle Patrol' brings some relief to neighborhoods

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200 popsicles and lots of bottled water kept residents hydrated.Read more


Noblesville concert rescheduled due to excessive heat

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This evening's Summer Concert Series event in Noblesville with The Doo! Band has been rescheduled.Read more

Hot playground equipment could cause burns on kids

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We're expecting excessive heat beginning Thursday and through the weekend and that could mean bad news for families with little ones hoping to hit the playground.Read more