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KVAL's web site is your local news and information site, designed to give you the latest local news, weather and more 24 hours a day. Get local news, exclusive reports and featured stories straight from the KVAL newsroom and the reporters you trust the most. KVAL has also partnered with CBS News, Associated Press, and the other Fisher stations to bring you the news outside the Northwest.

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July 2014 summer heat

How hot is too hot for you?

  • Anything over 100
  • When it hits the 90s
  • Under 80 is A-OK
  • Bring it on!

Your Photos

YouNews Mt. Washington Mt. Washington
I took this photo from the Dee Wright Observatory at the summit of the old McKenzie Hwy. A nice day trip up from Springfield.
YouNews Spooky Spooky
Perfect picture of my cat, Spooky Demon Kitty. Named this because he gets spooked by any noise or sudden movement but hunts anything from birds to squirrels. Each time his prey gets bigger. Can't wait to find out what's next.