The residents of four nursing homes in Maryland are feeling the heat, because they are still without air conditioning in the aftermath of last week’s storm.
Hundreds of thousands of people are waiting for the power to come back on after this weekend’s deadly storm sent trees crashing to the ground and cutting power lines. Now, there’s widespread damage.
Extreme heat hits Maryland. A heat advisory is in effect through Thursday and people are doing all they can to stay cool.
With temperatures on the rise, many of you are cranking up your air conditioners.
A generous offer from some Baltimore County parents is rejected by school leaders. They offered to pay for air conditioning at their child’s school.
State Comptroller Peter Franchot is criticizing Baltimore County leaders for not using $7 million in school construction funds to air-condition schools.
Washington County authorities say thieves are targeting outdoor air conditioning units for their valuable metals.
Summer temperatures may be winding down, but the battle over air conditioning in Baltimore County schools is heating up. Parents complain too many schools turn into ovens when the mercury rises.
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The Baltimore Gas and Electric Company is apologizing for long air conditioning shutoffs during a heat wave in late July.
This week’s extreme heat and a transformer problem triggered the first “emergency event” in four years for Baltimore Gas and Electric’s energy-saving program that allows the utility to turn off participants’ heating and air conditioning units when demand is the highest.
A triple-digit heat wave grabs hold of Maryland. Power cuts leave many fending off the high heat on their own. Who’s stepping up to help?