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Michael Puente

Lady Vargas

Michael Puente

Migrants deal with lack of food, sweltering heat

Temperatures are rising again today in Chicago. The weather will feel like 115 degrees. The city is opening more cooling centers but for migrants who are arriving here from Texas and other places, but there’s sometimes no escape from the heat. Host: Mary Dixon; Reporter: Michael Puente

Michael Puente

 

Temperatures are rising again today in Chicago. The weather will feel like 115 degrees. The city is opening more cooling centers but for migrants who are arriving here from Texas and other places, but there’s sometimes no escape from the heat.

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