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Heat, cash and a quiet dinner

Good morning. There’s a Code Orange air alert, and the thermometer may reach 100 degrees today. Engage or avoid the weather, but drink lots of water while you’re doing it. Two people have already died because of the heat.

Given all the scandals in local government, are we seeking a return to the “bad old days” of District politics, Marc Fisher asks?

Police and fire reports: Two people died in a motorcycle crash on the Beltway at River Road early this morning. An apartment house fire last night has displaced about 120 people in Prince George’s County. A grand jury indicted four men with stealing grave markers in Prince George’s County.

Marissa Mayer, a Google vice president, made a dazzling entrance to the state dinner last night, arriving with husband Zachary Bogue. (Bill O'Leary/WASHINGTON POST)

A Korean man who tried to quash his business competitors by turning them in to immigration authorities was himself ensnared by authorities. It seems the Annandale man recruited undocumented Korean immigrants to act as “doumis,” who were hired as companions for customers at a local bars and karaoke clubs.

There won’t be any Tiger sightings on the links at Congressional Country Club, as Tiger Woods says he's too injured to play in the U.S. Open.

More to come on PostLocal, in our blogs and elsewhere from the Washington Post today. Tweet us @postlocal, friend us on Facebook or just drop by.

Patricia Sullivan covers government, politics and other regional issues in Arlington County and Alexandria. She worked in Illinois, Florida, Montana and California before joining the Post in November 2001.

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