Some people in Alabama are heeding the governor's call to help others during this heat wave.
The town of Livingston will open its old city hall as a cooling center on Friday and Saturday.
Gov. Bob Riley has asked cities to open public buildings and churches to those without air conditioning during the 100 degree weather.
Multi-County Community Service Agency in Meridian has also made its auditorium available for those who need to escape the sweltering temperatures.
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