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UPDATE | Sultry air baking our region

Tony says all systems are go for the hottest weather of summer to arrive Friday and hang on through the weekend. Daily highs in the mid-90s will team with oppressively high humidity levels to generate a REAL FEEL HEAT INDEX of 100-105 on bare skin.

Park temperatures like swings that bake in the sun all day can reach temperatures close to, if not over, 140 degrees.

One man in Charleston says he's doing what he can to keep it cool after not having any air conditioning during this heatwave.

Frank Cantley, 44, of Charleston, died Friday from an overdose, officers say. He was found in his home along Tinder Avenue.

UPDATE | State police agencies face off in cruiser contest

Thermal imaging camera shows how heat affects body temperature

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UPDATE | Rebuilding communites rather than just tearing down homes in Charleston

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Huntington Police looking for hit and run driver

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