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Posted at 06:38 AM ET, 09/09/2011

A.M. headlines from around the region

A Fort Washington woman admits to collecting her dead grandmother’s Social Security checks for 20 years, theft that amounts to more than $130,000. The National Triathlon becomes a biathlon after heavy rains for the cancellation of the swim portion of the race. And one Virginia town continues to report earthquake damage. These are some morning headlines from around the region.

Examiner:

Fort Washington woman admits to theft of dead grandma’s Social Security checks

WJLA 7:

Man, 39, arrested for 2009 slaying in Silver Spring

NBC 4:

Nation’s Triathlon cancels swim portion due to recent storms

Public access to Pentagon Memorial will be limited Sunday

WTOP:

Death of Va. girl found in pool ruled an accident

Miscommunication results in Va. inmate’s release

Culpeper still reporting damage from Aug. 23 quake

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