With temperatures set to scorch, metro Detroiters are making plans to stay cool Wednesday.
With temperatures expected to hit over 85 degrees over the next several days, the Michigan Humane Society is urging pet owners to take the necessary precautions to protect their pets from serious heat-related dangers that can result in heatstroke, or worse.
A lot of people are wondering if it’s getting hotter and hotter each summer. Is it really, or are we becoming wimps?
Regardless of the hot weather, nearly 100 baseball players took part in a two-day baseball camp on the campus of Wayne State University, ages ranging from elementary all the way up to the college level.
After what felt like months of record rain and cool temperatures, Detroit gets a preview of summer with the hot and humid 90s taking over for a couple of days. The cool tasty treat to […]
Paul Van Dorn, the shop manager for Village Ford’s service department, shares car care tips to help maintain and keep your car cool in hot weather.
Three reasons I never complain about extremely hot weather: