The community of Riverlakes in Northwest Bakersfield had a power outage which effected over 1000 customers has since been restored. This was caused by an underground power cable. With the Excessive Heat Warning still in effect, PG&E experts give advice to save money and to stay cool in the intense heat.1)Regularly change your air filters2) Seal your window A/C units so no hot air comes inside your home3) Close your window shades4) Try to use fans instead of A/C units
Thousands are heading to the pool this summer during the intense heat. There are unexpected safety myths you should be aware of before you and your family hit the water.These are 5 dangerous myths you should be aware about.To avoid these, here is safety advice from the Red Cross to make sure your day at the pool is a safe one.
Anchor intro: The heat dangers are also taking a toll on our local athletes where the kern high school district has stopped all practices both outside and inside. 23ABC’s Adam Bowles is at West High School finding out the impact the heat can have on your body. The heat is definitely on! At West High School, there is not a soul in sight on the practice fields because of one reason.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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