No Shortage Of Ways Marylanders Cope With Heat WaveWith a blistering heat wave bringing triple digit temperatures to Maryland, there was no shortage of ways people sought to beat the heat on Saturday.
Gov. Hogan Blasts Baltimore Co. Leaders Over Lack Of A/C In SchoolsBaltimore County leaders are blasted over lack of air conditioning in schools. Now the governor and the state comptroller are even threatening to cut off funding--if that's what it takes to get the problem fixed.
BGE Holding Air Conditioner Recycling Event In MarylandBaltimore Gas and Electric says residential customers can get $25 in exchange for turning in old air conditioners and dehumidifiers at an event in Maryland.
Pasadena Man Arrested For Stealing AC UnitA Pasadena man has been arrested after police say he allegedly stole an air conditioning unit from an Anne Arundel County residence.
Deer Repellant Sickens Kids At Harford Co. CampAn emergency official says six children were taken to a hospital from a camp in Harford County after someone sprayed deer repellant into a cabin's air conditioning unit.
Heat Wave: Maryland Braces For Stretch Of Hot & Humid WeatherA stretch of hot, humid weather hits Maryland and a Code Red Heat Alert has been declared for the city of Baltimore Tuesday through Friday.
BGE Offering $25 For Old Air Conditioner RecyclingBaltimore Gas and Electric is offering customers $25 for old air conditioning units, an encouragement to upgrade to newer and more energy efficient models.
BGE Offering Air Conditioner Recycling Drop-Off Baltimore Gas and Electric says residents looking to get rid of old air conditioners can recycle them this weekend.
O'Malley Announces $336M For School ConstructionMaryland Gov. Martin O'Malley's administration says $336 million in school construction funding and upgrades will be in the budget for the next fiscal year.
8 Ways To Cool Down Your Home Without Air ConditioningThink an air conditioner is the only way to keep your home cool? Think again.
Attic Ventilation System Can Feel Like Air ConditioningHere's an Energy Saver tip that focuses on dealing with summer heat.
Heat-Related Deaths In Maryland Reach 18More than a week of torrid temperatures left more than a dozen dead in Maryland. And with the cooldown, storms early Monday morning knocked out power to more than 6,000 BGE customers.