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Utilities Cash Giveaway

Are you tired of paying those outrageous air conditioning bills to keep you house cool?  Sick of running up your water bill to keep your lawn alive?  This summer has been a scorcher, and it’s not over yet.  We want to help keep those summer bills from burning a hole in your wallet by giving away a cool $300 to pay your utility bills this summer!

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Scott Olson, Getty Images

Can the Nationwide Drought Wind Up Costing You Money? — Dollars and Sense

The record-breaking heat that’s recently affected much of the country has resulted in soaring utility bills — and that may not be the only way it hits your wallet.

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John Moore, Getty Images

‘Life-Threatening’ Heat to Hit Much of the US This Summer

You might think it’s hot now, but Mother Nature is just getting started.

Summer this year is set to hit much of the United States hard, according to a series of excessive heat warnings issued by the National Weather Service Thursday.

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MU-Columbia Professor of Meteorology Educates Kids at Sedalia Public Library

The Sedalia Public Library has a summer series where they invite special guests to visit kids about their specialty.   Wednesday (June 27), the special speaker was Tony Lupo, Professor of Meteorology at University of Missouri-Columbia.  While he came with the intent to talk about weather in general, he did reference the excessive heat warning that the National Weather Service issued, and that kids should drink lots of water and that the ground needed lots of water to not be so dry.   He told the kids that the cycle we are in has to deal with La Nina effect and that our winter was not as harsh as previous years.

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Scott Seibold (@scottseibold), Twitter
Scott Seibold (@scottseibold), Twitter

UPDATE: Thousands Evacuate as Colorado’s Waldo Canyon Wildfire Doubles in Size

Those wildfires in Colorado don’t show much sign of abating. In fact, more than 32,000 residents in or near Colorado Springs, the state’s second-largest city, were ordered to evacuate after the Waldo Canyon Fire doubled in size Tuesday night.

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Excessive Heat Warning in Effect for West Central Missouri

The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning through Saturday night for West Central Missouri with the ongoing high temperatures.  At this time there appears to be no rain in the forecast for the next week, but temperatures are expected to feel like it is between 100 and 105 and sometimes up to 115 in the next few days.

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Cool Down at Nassif Aquatic Center [REVIEW]

With the temperatures close to 100 degrees, I took the opportunity to take my family out to Nassif Aquatic Center in Warrensburg.  From years of being a student in Knob Noster and the University of Central Missouri,  I can remember only a handful of times going to that pool.   However, now that the park has greatly expanded their services, it truly is worth the family outing.

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Douglas Zeidler via Shawn Reynolds (@TWC_Shawn ), Twitter
Douglas Zeidler via Shawn Reynolds (@TWC_Shawn ), Twitter

Relentless Rain from Tropical Storm Debby Floods Parts of Florida

Tropical Storm Debby may not be an actual hurricane, but that doesn’t mean she isn’t wreaking plenty of havoc – she’s already drenched Northern Florida in rain and spun off isolated tornadoes with at least one casualty.

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The Huffington Post
The Huffington Post

Nothing Says Summer More Than a Supercut of Slip ‘N Slide Fails

It’s the first day of summer and temperatures are expected to reach triple digits over the next few days, at least in some parts of the country. So, in that spirit, we present an awesome compilation of Slip ‘N Slide fails that’s guaranteed to beat the heat courtesy of the folks at HuffPost.

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MSNBC

Tropical Storm Beryl Leaves Many Without Power on Memorial Day Weekend

While many Americans were enjoying the leisurely activities associated with Memorial Day weekend, there were thousands in Florida and Georgia who experienced the harshness of Tropical Storm Beryl.

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