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Posted at 06:20 AM ET, 06/28/2011

A.M. headlines from around the region

Virginia launches a new Web site. MetroAcess riders are suing over exposure to TB and thieves steal a Chevy Chase minivan twice. These are the morning headlines from around the region.

Examiner

Dog groomer heads to appeals court

Local students’ art installed at Dulles

Supreme Court to hear D.C. case on police GPS tracking

Arlington hit by string of bank robberies

Police union targets MoCo officials

WUSA

The three busiest speed cameras in D.C.

MetroAccess riders are suing Metro, contractor for being exposed to TB

Convicted sex offenders are failing to register

Thieves steal Chevy Chase minivan twice

NBC

 

Virginia revamps state government web site

Maryland police identify body with knee replacements

Ground broken for USO’s first wounded warrior family center

Reward offered in stun gun attack

18 E. coli infections across Va. and Tenn.

WTOP

On anniversary of chilling murder, case remains unsolved

WAMU

Long-awaited Metro audit will be released by GAO Thursday

Baltimore Sun

Crabs plentiful for now, though still pricey

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