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Heat kills at least 37 people in South, Midwest

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Unrelenting heat that has baked the U.S. Midwest and South for the past 10 days has killed at least 37 people. In Memphis, Tennesse, the mercury topped out at 105 degrees Thursday, a RECORD and the seventh consecutive day of triple-digit temperatures. There were also eight confirmed deaths in Illinois, four each in Arkansas and Georgia, two in South Carolina and one in Mississippi.

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