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Posted at 06:51 AM ET, 07/29/2011

A.M. headlines from around the region

New cameras catch bad behavior by Metrobus drivers. Howard County begins a food scrap recycling program and D.C. drops in the rankings for the best cities for single women. These are the morning headlines from around the region.

Examiner

New Metrobus cameras lead to 20 firings, 222 suspensions

Va., D.C. miss deadline to join national sex offender registry

Hard drive with students’ addresses, grades vanishes

Walter Reed doctors fear move may hurt their ability to treat

NBC

Family and friends mourn teen killed in crash

Islamic heritage museum opens in D.C.

D.C. drops in annual rankings of best cities for single ladies

WAMU

Curator catalogues U.S. House’s human side

Emerald ash borer spreads

National Gallery conservators painstakingly revive works of art

WUSA

Woodbridge man accused of sexually assaulting 5-year-old girl

Baltimore Sun

Howard County to begin food scraps recycling program

Man pleads guilty to pushing stranger into Inner Harbor

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