Expert shares advice on how to prep your air conditioning before summer
The temperatures may be going up and down as we transition to spring, but soon, things will start to continuously heat up -- and if you want to make sure you can keep your cool at home or at a business, now is the time to get ready.
CPS-CTU strike watch: The latest on what you need to know about the impasse over plans to reopen Chicago Public Schools
The cooling off period was extended through Thursday, when Mayor Lori Lightfoot insisted the parties were out of time and that an agreement needed to happen that day. But there was no news of an actual deal, nor of consequences that Lightfoot has said would come for teachers, consequences that could trigger a walkout.chicagotribune.com
Make sure your furnace is ready for the cold winter
The advertiser paid a fee to promote this sponsored article and may have influenced or authored the content. This article is sponsored by Mastercraft Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing. Shayna VanUden from Mastercraft Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing explained that getting your furnace checked every 6 months helps to keep it running at peak performance. Mastercraft Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing is also giving back to veterans. You can nominate a veteran that is in need of heat this winter and Mastercraft will pick a Veteran to win a free furnace!
Get your home ready for the colder seasons
This article is sponsored by FlameIt is officially fall, and now is the time to get your home ready for the big changes in the weather. Even better, we’re giving away $500 to five lucky winners for our Fall Week Around The House contest to help get started. Gary Marowske president and owner of Flame Heating and cooling talked about how you can prepare your house for the cold weather. Flame provides professional heating, cooling, plumbing and electrical services. Flame is an essential service and they wear booties and gloves, as well as maintain social distancing while in your home.
List: Detroit cooling centers open this week amid heat wave
DETROIT Michigan has been recently experiencing a heat wave -- and the temperatures can become dangerous in the next few days. An excessive heat watch is in effect from Wednesday morning through Thursday evening across the state. It is important to find relief from the heat, even briefly, over the next few days. For those without shelter or air conditioning, cooling centers are open to help people escape the heat. The following Detroit cooling centers will be open between noon and 8 p.m. through Thursday this week:Keep up with the Metro Detroit weather by clicking here or by downloading the free Local 4Casters app.