Hot weather prompts schools without a/c to alter schedules

With temperatures reaching the mid 90s Tuesday, Baltimore City closed almost two dozen school buildings that do not have air conditioning. It's a seasonal issue that's not sitting right with students or parents. The Baltimore City College High School building was one of 18 schools where the heat forced students to cut class short and leave school early. It has become a familiar drill at City College on hot school days. Parents lined the driveway Tuesday afternoon to pick up their children. Students will be the first to say it's not a new problem.