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The heat is on – avoid overexposure and illness

Temperatures continue to hover around 110 degrees this week.
Summer is here – and so is an increased threat of heat-related illness.
The Scottsdale Fire Department urges you to stay within your limits, know the signs of heat-related stress and avoid strenuous outdoor activity during triple-digit temperatures.
Learn the early warning signs of heat-related illness and how to stay safe.

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Listing of lost, unclaimed or found property in possession of the Scottsdale Police Department. Click on link above to access list.