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Death of Massachusetts woman while on sweltering hike with Phoenix cop ruled accidental

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Angela Tramonte, 31, died of "environmental heat exposure" in a manner that was stated as accidental, according to a brief report by the Maricopa County Medical Examiner’s Office (MCEO). POLICE OFFICER WHO TOOK DATE ...

Haener, Fresno St. dismantle UConn 45-0 in sweltering heat

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Haener left the contest on the Bulldogs' first drive of the second half due to apparent leg cramps as temperatures on the field reached 120 degrees. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE . Haener, a transfer from ...

Heat wave leaves US sweltering as watches, warnings in effect

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Excessive Heat Watches will be upgraded to Warnings across the Southwest for the second half of the week as intense heat builds there.  Scattered severe storms will move across the Midwest with primarily damaging win...

Well over 100 million people are under heat alerts as sweltering temperatures grip the nation, including the already hard-hit Northwest

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As if hundreds of wildfires, crippling drought and a summer marked by a once-in-a-lifetime heat wave were not enough, more than 20 million Americans in the western US are on alert ahead of another historic heat wave...

Massachusetts woman dies after sweltering Arizona hike with man she’d just met

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The body of the woman, identified in reports as Angela Tramonte, 31, was discovered Friday off the Echo Canyon Trail near a home on the northeast side of Camelback Mountain in Phoenix, the Phoenix Fire Department sai...

Tokyo Olympics prepare for typhoon amid sweltering heat

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Archery, rowing and sailing had to adjust schedules as the storm, likened to a low-grade Tropical Storm in U.S. terms, makes its way to the country. Tokyo Games spokesman Masa Takaya said there were no other changes ...

Sweltering June breaks heat records in North America

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In a press release, the agency said that the exceptional heat waves that swept the western U.S. – as well as historic and unprecedented drought – helped push June 2021 to the top of the list after 127 years of record...