WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Here are five things you need to know on Monday, September 1:
1. It's a hot and sticky Labor Day
We'll have partly sunny, hot & humid weather today with a few afternoon thunderstorms. Highs between 88 and 93 degrees. THE FULL FORECAST HERE: http://on.wusa9.com/1gceO4R
2. Teen loses life in Olney car accident
One teenager was killed and two teenagers were severely injured after a single car collision Saturday morning in Olney, Md. The driver and passenger in the front of the car were trapped inside, authorities said. The person sitting in the back had been ejected from the car.
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3. Md. elementary school to reopen after feral cat incident
Richard Henry Lee Elementary School is scheduled to reopen Tuesday after closing Friday due to a feral cat that was on the loose, officials said. No movement has been detected inside the building since the closure.
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4. Search continues for missing NIH researcher
Fifty-four-year-old Martin-John Rogers of Gaithersburg was last seen Thursday when he left his home on Riffle Ford Court to go to work in Rockville.
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5. Worker found dead at Md. Popeyes
Luzviminda Monreal, 47, of Laurel, Md. was found inside the stockroom of Popeyes by a manager. Police do not have a motive for her murder.
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