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How To Save The Most Money on Your Air Conditioning Bill

With temps in the mid 90's this week, most of us are running our AC around the clock.  This common myth about air conditioners might have cost you.

Some people say that if you want to save money, you should leave your air conditioner on low when you're not home, because it requires more energy to cool down a hot room than it does to keep a room cool.

But according to the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, that's not actually true. 

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Heat Advisory: Highs of 103 or Hotter in Twin Falls Today

A Heat Advisory has been issued for Western Magic Valley and Treasure Valley from 3 pm today (June 29, 2013) till 10 am Wednesday (July 3, 2012).

High temperatures can reach 103 or hotter and lower temperatures can reach 65 or warmer.

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10 Signs and Symptoms of Heat Stroke

It's hot outside! With temperatures over 100 heat stroke can creep up on you. It can be difficult to remember and drink water while doing outdoor activities but it is absolutely necessary in order for your body to cool itself

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Want To Stay Cool at Night? Sleep Nekked.

There's a new survey out about how people stay cool in bed during the summer.  Check out these results: 

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Summer Heat Has Arrived – Link Roundup

Sunny skies and a high of 95. Sure sounds nice... until you're stuck in it with no air conditioning. We could see highs break into the triple digits in the Magic Valley this week. Here's a roundup of all of our summer heat articles including 5 hot weather tips that could save your life.

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Hand Warmers Catch On Fire!

On one hand, I'm sure the people who manufacture the Little Hotties brand of hand warmers feel bad about this and don't like having to deal with a lawsuit.  On the other hand . . . what an endorsement for the quality of their hand warmers!

 On February 5th, 24-year-old Lauren Self of Madison, Alabama had one of the Little Hotties hand warmers in her back pocket.

 Those are the hand warmers that come in a little bag . . . you crinkle or shake the bag, and they provide you with hours of heat.

 But, Lauren says when she reached back to grab the hand warmer . . . it caught on FIRE.  It burned through her clothes and set her BUTTOCKS ON FIRE.

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