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PM Update: Humidity heads higher into Tuesday, and temperatures follow

The city snagged another 90-degree day. We're now at five in a row, with many more to come.


Conservative GOP congressman presides at same-sex wedding in Virginia

Rep. Denver Riggleman, a self-described “Liberty Republican” married two men who volunteered on his 2018 campaign.


D.C. police arrest Southeast Washington man in killing of 10-year-old Makiyah Wilson

The suspect had been previously charged in an indictment unsealed in May.


Amid opioid crisis, audit raises questions about whether Maryland was properly delivering substance abuse services

The division charged with providing services failed to monitor groups to which it gave grants, the audit found.


Tuesday’s full moon a reminder of Apollo 11 mission 50 years ago

Full-size image of Saturn V moon rocket will be projected on the Washington Monument.


Dear America: D.C. residents deserve the same rights as you

We are a real place with real people, and we should have voting representation in Congress. Yet a majority polled say they oppose D.C. statehood.


Underwood talks diabetes drug prices

U.S. Rep. Lauren Underwood, D-Naperville, recently released a report on the prices of diabetes drugs for seniors and uninsured Americans.

Underwood on Monday discussed the report’s findings and highlighted the stories of residents in the 14th Congressional District at a news conference at the Edward Hospital Campus in Plainfield. Those residents said they are struggling to pay for diabetes drugs.


Gavers Community Barndance to celebrate 20 years raising funds for cancer

When cancer survivor Steve Gavers started his namesake barndance in 2000, he wanted to have a good time while raising money for cancer research and education.

The goal was to have 300 people show up and raise $10,000.


Huntley developer proposes changes to Route 47 zoning classifications

Zoning changes proposed by Huntley Development Limited Partnership at the corners of Route 47 and Freeman Road – just north of Interstate 90 – would allow for more regional retail or business park use.

A proposal reviewed by the Huntley Village Board during its Thursday meeting would eliminate corporate office zoning in the northwest corner of the intersection and replace it with business park and regional retail zoning.

Commercially zoned property in the northeast corner of the intersection would be rezoned as for b


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