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Posted at 07:27 AM ET, 02/17/2012

A.M. Buzz: U-Va. murder trial resumes; National Harbor casino; more snow; D.C. awaits baseball

Here are our picks for the top local stories to start your day:

The George Huguely murder trial continues today after one of Huguely’s attorneys fell ill, causing the judge to call for postponement. Circuit Judge Edward Hogshire said closing arguments and jury instructions should begin today to end the trial’s second week.

Money, money, money at the National Harbor: Is a $1 billion casino proposal what Prince George’s County needs for economic development?

D.C. could be a winter wonderland again this weekend, with a sunny and warm forecast on Saturday but snow on Sunday. See what the Capital Weather Gang has to say.

(Jonathan Newton - The Washington Post)
Nationals pitching coach Steve McCatty is getting ready to make tough decisions about the starting rotation. Find out why he thinks “everybody knows how good this team has a chance to be.”

Happy Friday! If you’re blanking on plans for Presidents’ Day weekend, let the Going Out Gurus help with some jazz, politics at the Newseum and maybe even a celebration of beer.

By Rachel Karas  |  07:27 AM ET, 02/17/2012

Categories:  AM Buzz | Tags:  George Huguely, Steve McCatty

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