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Friday's dangerous heat is raising concerns about health risks for players in Friday night football games, and many schools are changing kickoff times to avoid the heat.
Kelsey Coffey, WRAL reporter
Friday's dangerous heat is causing interference with Friday night high school football games. The temperatures will be scorching, and it raises health risks for these young student athletes.
Monday is expected to be another hot day with heat advisories in place for much of central North Carolina. EMS crews in Raleigh and Durham are preparing for an uptick in emergency calls related to the heat.
Monday and Tuesday are expected to have heat indexes in the triple digits. After a nearly setting the record for the hottest day of the year Sunday, EMS crews in Raleigh and Durham are preparing for an increase in heat-related calls.
Carly Haynes, WRAL reporter
At least one person was treated for heat-related discomfort on a Delta flight from Las Vegas
As residents prepare for a day of extreme heat across the Triangle, Duke Energy anticipates seeing peak usage of electricity.
Customers at the Poor Boy Convenience Store had to use the trooper's radio to ask for assistance after having difficulties calling for help.
A trooper with the North Carolina State Highway Patrol collapsed on Monday due to a heat-related illness, and witnesses used his radio to call for help.
Brett Knese, WRAL reporter
An important factor related to the possibility of heat-related illness is the fact that we have seen an increase, on average, of nighttime temperatures across the United States and, specifically, in the Triangle.
Anthony Baglione, WRAL meteorologist
The Town of Garner is changing its summer camp plans for 11 kids on Tuesday, when the heat index could rise above 110 degrees.
Children and parents battled the heat on the ball field Monday, doing all they could to stay safe and hydrated in a championship baseball game in Raleigh between the Yankees and the Angels.
A heat index in the triple digits means people have to be extra cautious while outdoors this week.
Heat sets up a potentially dangerous situation for both people and animals. Learn how to cope with it.
The summer heat is here to stay and that means it's time to take precautions if you plan to spend a lot of time outdoors. The WRAL Severe Weather Team has an exclusive product called the Heat Exhaustion Index to help you plan your summer days.
Aimee Wilmoth, WRAL meteorologist
A heat advisory is in place for the eastern half of the state. Our heat index means that Saturday will feel as hot as 105 degrees.
WRAL Severe Weather Center
Northwestern North Carolina counties are under a Level 1 Risk for severe storms Thursday afternoon. Although over the past couple days, we haven't had a severe weather threat in place and we have still seen some intense storms.
WRAL Severe Weather Center
In this Living it Up, Health and Wellness Coach Lyndada Harding shows users how to avoid heat exhaustion. In addition, Harding offers free classes. Find her on Instagram: @lyndadawellness.
Hot temperatures and high humidity will persist across the Triangle. The WRAL Severe Weather team explains how humidity impacts the body.
Our feels-like temperatures will range anywhere from 105 to 107 on Sunday. A heat advisory is in place for all of the WRAL viewing area, which includes Wake, Durham and all other central North Carolina counties.
Zach Maloch, WRAL meteorologist
There's a safe new way for consumers to keep their dogs cool while they grocery shop in Portland, Oregon. The cost is 30-cents per minute to rent an air conditioned dog house.
Using a tarp, water and some ice, you can quickly help someone suffering from heat illness and possibly save a life.
Between 1999 and 2010, there were more than 8,000 heat-related deaths reported in the U.S. Teresa Snow shows us a quick cooling method using a common item that could save a life.
Amid a brutal heat wave sweeping across the United States, a warning from experts about keeping cool and safe -- heat-related illnesses are not only dangerous, they can be deadly.
Former NFL offensive lineman Mitch Petrus died Thursday night in Arkansas due to heatstroke, officials said. The former Super Bowl champion was 32 years old.
By Susan Scutti, CNN