This latest edition of Keefer Madness takes us to the land down under.
The sixth day of a heat wave in Boston finally brought a record.
Deirdre Fitzsimons, her kids and her friends were some of the many beach-goers at Lane Beach in Weymouth Thursday, finding a place to beat the heat.
The lengthy heat wave may force Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station to shut down as the temperature of ocean water used to cool plant systems rises.
A woman is under arrest after police say she left a toddler in a hot van in a supermarket parking lot.
The extreme heat is forcing the Commuter Rail to slow trains down on the Framingham/Worcester Line.
With electricity use approaching record levels, New England’s power grid operator asked customers on Tuesday to conserve electricity as a weeklong heat wave continues to bear down on much of the region.
New England’s power grid operator says demand for electricity could close in on a seven-year record.
With 25 days in the books, summer 2013 has already seen its share of weather extremes.
Boston is in the midst of a heat wave. Temperatures will be above 90 degrees for the foreseeable future. So how are you beating the heat this weekend?