(Miki Jourdan)
(Miki Jourdan)
Summer’s not done with us quite yet.
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Man takes police cruiser, leads officers on Montgomery chase, police say

Man was taken for physical, psychological evaluation, police say.

It was gray in D.C. on Saturday, and it did rain, but thousands stayed dry

Peaceful coexistence was demonstrated between weather and human activity.
Many of the Christians assembled said they came because they see a country in crisis.
Some residents and community leaders see it as an opportunity to revitalize the community.
The furloughs are set to begin Oct. 1, when legal protections run out. Tens of thousands more workers have seen hours cut or taken unpaid leave as the coronavirus has shrunk demand for air travel.
Apology comes one year after report revealed “hostile learning environment” for students of color.
A pole can last decades and be used by many utilities. That’s why there’s no easy system.

It's a sticky night across the DMV, with widespread fog developing after midnight.
  • 15 hours ago
State highway officials said they will work with companies earlier to avoid cost overruns.
Police said the driver lost control of the car and struck a traffic light poll.
The early morning crash also left five residents displaced from their damaged home.
The “No Slide Zone” signs that will soon start appearing in some neighborhoods hold a message for potential shooters: You’re hurting more than your targets.
The young Founder’s evocative account of the tempest inspired people to send him to the Colonies for a formal education.
  • 23 hours ago
One parent said her son is “withering, socially and emotionally” during online school.
Worker suffers serious injuries, according to fire department
Victim found on Central Avenue, according to police.
Staff gives cub checkups when mother leaves den.
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