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Here are a few common sense reminders for how to lower your electricity bill.
WTOP's David Burd
Would This Earn Your Vote? Politicians going the old-school shoe-leather route: Door-knocking in 100 degree heat.
While the temperatures across the region soar to the century mark, it's as cold as ice inside the Mount Vernon Ice Arena.
Temperatures today will soar to near 100 degrees, and the humidity could make it feel as hot as 115 degrees.
Because of the high temperatures, the Virginia Department of Transportation wants drivers and cyclists to be on the lookout for uneven pavement
Blazing heat is back for a second week, and even creatures that live in the Potomac River are feeling it.
Pepco outages during the heat wave have people steaming long after their power has come back on.
Even the most dedicated lover of farm-fresh produce has apparently been heading to the air-conditioned comfort of the supermarket aisle instead of their local urban farmer's market.
Water is becoming a topic of discussion for towns in Frederick County as the heat continues to hammer the area.