Students at Lindhurst High School in Yuba County were outside the school Tuesday morning protesting high temperatures inside the classrooms.
The third day of triple-digit temperatures, paired with poor quality, are creating dangerous conditions for people outside in the Sacramento area.
Much of the West was smothered in a blanket of heat Saturday with triple-digit temperatures hitting Phoenix, Los Angeles and other cities.
Each summer fires start on vacant lots overgrown with weeds, which can spread to homes and destroy them.
With temperatures reaching above the century mark inside this Bacon Mania food truck the temperature is sweltering between the fryer and grill.
The crack of the bat and the cheer of the crowd were mixed with groans about the heat beating down on the diamond Tuesday for the ASA Nationals Tournament.
With the heat finally upon us, sunburns can be a big cause for concern. We are live at MDRX where they are showing us some simple solutions to treating sunburns.
The owners of the store say it can feel like a sauna when temperatures go past triple-digits, so instead of handing customers a towel, they thought it was better to conserve and get a break on their power bill instead.
Stockton bike police say besides drinking water and popping into air-conditioned stores, there’s not much they can do to stay cool outdoors. Working through the heat is just part of the job.
State officials are calling on residents to voluntarily conserve electricity during California’s heat wave, as demand on the power grid surges.
A good chunk of Northern California will be in triple-digit territory today and Thursday, and unfortunately we won’t have the wind to cool us off.
With summer temperatures jumping up in the Sacramento area, some local residents are turning to local swimming holes as a way to keep cool. But how clean is the water?