Family who lost child to heatstroke raises awareness to help prevent similar incidents

A thermometer originally set at 85 degrees can quickly skyrocket up to 125 degrees after being stuck in a car for five minutes. The Good Samaritan Act allows bystanders to break a window if they see a child or pet alone in a hot car, because this Arizona heat should not be underestimated.

Latest News

View More
View More

Arizona Morning

View More
View More