Oppressive Heat & Humidity In DC, Murder-Suicide in Charles County, Site Of Annapolis Mass Shooting Reopens

Heat and humidity hit DC area hard

Simply, it was steaming in the Washington Metro area today.
With the humidity, the heat index or “feels like” temperature hit 107 degrees in the District.
A heat advisory and a code orange unhealthy air warning kept folks inside, and for those who had to be outside, they sought shade.  Another heat advisory goes into effect tomorrow, beginning at noon and lasting until 8 o’clock p.m.

Father daughter die in murder-suicide

What caused a man to shoot and kill his 3-year-old daughter and then turn the gun on himself? That’s what Charles County officials are trying to figure out.  Authorities say Brian Davis and his daughter were found dead inside a pickup truck Sunday at Gilbert Run Park in the town of Charlotte Hall. Police say it was a murder-suicide.  Police say family members became worried when Davis,  who had court-ordered visitation with his daughter, missed the deadline to bring the child back home. 

Gazette office building reopens

The Annapolis office building where five Capital Gazette newspaper employees were shot and killed last week reopened today.  The building is at 888 Bestgate Road.  Jarrod Ramos, of Laurel, Maryland, is charged with murdering the Gazette workers.  A memorial service was held Monday night for one of the victims, Robert Hiaasen, the Gazette’s manager editor.

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