Death Toll Rises in California's Heat Wave

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The death toll in California's heat wave continues to rise. Officials have linked over 130 deaths to the record-breaking temperatures. Michele Norris talks with Tamara Keith from member station KPCC.

Heat advisories for California were lifted Friday, as forecasters predicted daytime temperatures will stay below 100 degrees for most of the state.



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