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Despite heat advisories and warnings, officials are still responding to reports of animals being left out in the blazing heat and being left in cars, where temperatures can top 120 degrees.
A new study from American Progress says students aren't being challenged in or outside of school, but many are skeptical of the testing methods.
The Maryland Public Service commission wants residents to weigh in on how well they think their electricity companies handled the massive power outages that occurred when the June 29 derecho left hundreds of thousands in the dark.
Pressure is mounting for utilities to bury their power lines and to make sure there are enough people to help bring the lights back on when the power goes out.
The head of Maryland's Public Service Commission said Thursday that all of Maryland's major electrical utilities will have to file reports on how they managed power restoration in the aftermath of the strong storm that tore through Maryland late last week, knocking out power to more than 1 million Maryland customers.
Dogs are great at a lot of things like retrieving and sniffing out danger. But there's one thing they just don't do very well: cool themselves off.
Owners have to be their dog's best friend in the heat. Dogs should be walked in the early morning or evening. Walks should be kept short.
Montgomery County Council President Roger Berliner thinks the county should pay for its own bus rapid transit system.
Fairfax County closely follows Montgomery, when it comes to graduation rates, according to Education Week.
Emails are going out to military personnel and some civilian workers, suggesting that if they're receiving disability benefits, they may be eligible for more. It's a scam.