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DC gets an F for ozone standards, MoCo gets a C

The American Lung Association’s 2023 State of the Air report based the failing score on factors such as the number of days with code orange ozone levels.  

Washington, D.C. scored an F with the American Lung Association.

In Maryland, there were several counties with a failing score, including Prince George’s, Baltimore, and Anne Arundel Counties all getting an F.  Montgomery County got a C grade [WUSA9].

Special needs woman assaulted on Rockville Ride On bus: police

A 23-year-old woman, whose mom says she has special needs, was assaulted by three passengers on the Route 48 Ride on bus last Thursday.


The victim told police that two men and one woman teased her on the bus before the woman allegedly began hitting the victim in the face. The suspects fled when the bus came to stop [FOX5DC].

Montgomery County teen runs nonprofits to inspire, help people in the region

Montgomery County teen launched two nonprofits, I Dream of Dance and Pop for a Cause.


I Dream of Dance, which started during the pandemic, has taught more than 600 students. Pop for a Cause, which has raised nearly $24,000 since it started in 2020, sells popcorn to raise money for nonprofits in the DMV [DCNewsNow].

Today’s weather:

A chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 2pm. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 87.


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