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Hypothermia (INACTIVE)

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  • Man found in Logan Square alley is 15th cold death of season

    Man found in Logan Square alley is 15th cold death of season
    A man who was found dead in a Logan Square alley Tuesday was the 15th person to die from cold-related causes this season in Cook County, authorities determined today. The man, believed to be in his 60s and homeless, remained unidentified today, after...
  • Blizzards: By Any Tally, 1888 Is First

    Blizzards: By Any Tally, 1888 Is First
    Snow in Connecticut is as common as the head cold. Amid our sizable inventory of snowstorms, however, there are a shovelful that stand out for reasons as diverse as their intensity, size, duration, timing, early or late arrival, even their political...
  • 'There is no foreseeable end to the deep cold here'

    'There is no foreseeable end to the deep cold here'
    Dangerous arctic cold blew into the Chicago area overnight and will stay for awhile, pushing wind chills below zero into next week. At daybreak today, it was minus-2 at O'Hare International Airport and minus-4 in Aurora and Kankakee, according to the...
  • Chicago's deep freeze returning Sunday night

    Chicago's deep freeze returning Sunday night
    After several inches of snow fell Sunday morning, the next winter weather story is the start of what could be the longest stretch of subzero temperatures the Chicago area has seen in decades. A winter weather advisory is in effect from 3 a.m. Sunday...
  • 85-year-old hiker rescued from Angeles National Forest

    An 85-year-old hiker missing since Saturday morning in the Angeles National Forest was rescued Sunday by L.A. County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue teams, authorities said. Hiker Donald Buchanan was found after a search and rescue ground team heard...
  • Snow rollers: Rare, strange phenomena eerily made by winter freeze

    They are called snow rollers and they look like something out of a Stephen King travel guide to the Arctic Circle -- weird, cylindrical snow formations created in the middle of nowhere without the benefit of human touch. And the sight of them provides...
  • Oak Lawn woman is 17th cold-related death

    Oak Lawn woman is 17th cold-related death
    An Oak Lawn woman this week became at least the 17th person to die from cold-related causes this winter in Cook County after being found outside her home in the snow Tuesday evening, authorities said. Antoinette Diesness, 86, died from hypothermia due...
  • Hikers cited after dangerous Malibu Canyon rescue

    Four hikers hoisted by helicopter from Malibu Canyon about 3 a.m. Sunday were cited by state park rangers for "unsafe recreational activities," officials said. The group had crossed Malibu Creek when the water was low, but became stranded as rain...
  • Why baby Magellanic penguins are dying in the rain

    Why baby Magellanic penguins are dying in the rain
    Magellanic penguin chicks in Argentina have a new killer to fear -- death by climate change. The downy chicks were already vulnerable to predation and starvation in the first few weeks of their lives, but now they are threatened by increasing rainstorms...
  • Major storm brings needed rain to L.A., but at a cost

    Major storm brings needed rain to L.A., but at a cost
    A potent storm gave Southern California a more thorough soaking on Friday than it has seen in more than three years, bringing both cheers in a drought-stricken state and anxiety as it sent mud billowing through hillside neighborhoods and clogged roads....
  • Cold claims West Side woman

    Cold claims West Side woman
    An autopsy today determined a 64-year-old West Side woman died of hypothermia and exposure to the cold, authorities said. Ernestine Felters, of the 1700 block of North Luna Avenue, died of hypothermia and cold exposure and her death was ruled an...
  • Jogger helps rescue man, dog near Montrose Harbor

    Jogger helps rescue man, dog near Montrose Harbor
    Adam Dominik seemed to be losing the battle as he tugged hard on the rope, trying to reel in a man who had jumped into the icy lake near Montrose Harbor after his pet poodle. "I threw the rope over him but the dog was kind of pulling on him, with his...