Newscast: Heat index of 108 today; what to know. Reward in arson case a first for Floyd. Dining: Mac ‘n cheese and a shrimp boil. Rant: The heat is on to protect our student athletes.

Newscast: Heat index of 108 today; what to know. Reward in arson case a first for Floyd. Dining: Mac ‘n cheese and a shrimp boil. Rant: The heat is on to protect our student athletes.

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Please take extra steps today to avoid excessive heat. Our headlines:
  • Ware Mechanical Weather Alert: Heat index of 108 due today with a high of 99, prompting head advisory from noon until 8 tonight. What to know.
  • $4,750 reward paid to anonymous source who provided details needed to arrest, sentence local arson suspect; a first in Floyd County.
  • RN-T: Judge allows state to drop original indictments in school thefts case; allows up to six months to bring new indictments.
  • Toni Rhinehart named new Finance Director for the city of Rome
  • Dining & Drink: Mac and cheese now offered at Chick-fil-A. Shrimp boil to help Rome City Brewing kickoff college football season
  • Buzz: Video preview of Saturday’s Health Inititative for Men Plus Women. Ribbon cutting today for Redmond’s Outpatient Congestive Heart Failure Clinic.
  • Rant of the Day: The heat is on — to protect our student athletes from heat stroke. Follow the advice of healthcare professionals, not a cranky old coach.
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