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El Niño plays coy with forecasters in 2014

El Niño plays coy with forecasters in 2014

Is this El Niño really going to come to fruition? Forecasters (and the atmosphere) are waffling somewhat.

Md. regulators investigating foster child death

Maryland's health secretary says officials are investigating the death of a 10-year-old child at a group home for disabled foster children last week.

Virginia will add $65 million to Columbia Pike streetcar project

Virginia will add $65 million to Columbia Pike streetcar project

More money allows Arlington, Fairfax to build Columbia Pike transit without using federal funds

Va. to boost funding for Columbia Pike streetcar

A plan to run a streetcar between Fairfax and Arlington counties has received a boost after state officials announced they will increase funding for the project by up to $65 million.

National Cancer Institute ends Md. lab mice deal

The National Cancer Institute is terminating its contract with a Frederick, Maryland supplier of hundreds of thousands of genetically engineered laboratory mice.

Maryland governor to speak in Mississippi

Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley is planning to attend a gathering of Mississippi Democrats next month as he continues to mull a 2016 presidential bid.

TN Lottery

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Weather Service walks away from polar vortex claim (but not chilly forecast)

Weather Service walks away from polar vortex claim (but not chilly forecast)

In a reversal, the NWS says the deep pool of chilly air coming in from the north is not a manifestation of the polar vortex.

Johns Hopkins workers eye vote on labor contract

Members of a union representing 2,000 hospital workers are weighing in on a labor agreement reached earlier this week with Johns Hopkins Hospital after months of contentious negotiations with the medical institution.

Your weekend Metrorail schedule

Your weekend Metrorail schedule

Track work will affect service on Red, Blue and Orange lines.

Finishing I-95 express lanes means more traffic delays

Finishing I-95 express lanes means more traffic delays

Work on the HOT lanes project may be less obvious, but it's six months from being done.

UVa Medical Center grant to aid rural patients

The University of Virginia Health System says a federal grant will make it easier for its doctors to meet with frail, seriously ill patients via videoconference.

Ag secretary promotes summer meals in Baltimore

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack is visiting Baltimore to promote efforts to ensure that low-income children who rely on subsidized meals during the school year can also receive meals during the summer.

Update: MARC trains expected to resume normal service during Friday afternoon rush hour

Power disruptions caused by Thursday's storms force service to run trains one car light Friday morning. A spokesman said evening rush hour trains will resume to regular service.

A tragedy but not a crime

A tragedy but not a crime

Federal prosecutors determine no charges will be filed against police officers who shot Miriam Carey on Oct. 3.

Va. removing dam on Appomattox River

Work is underway to remove a dam on the Appomattox River that Virginia officials say will benefit native fish.

14th Street sinkhole could slow morning commute (again)

Authorities closed a center northbound lane on 14th Street NW from Constitution to Pennsylvania avenues for the fourth day while crews repair the sinkhole, D.C. police said.

Metro plans longer buses for 16th Street and Georgia Avenue corridors

Metro plans longer buses for 16th Street and Georgia Avenue corridors

Metro plans to add 60-foot buses to two of it's busiest bus corridors where riders have complained about long waits and buses so crowded they don't even stop to pick up more passengers.

Feds issue initial report on fatal Va. plane crash

A federal report says neither mechanical nor structural problems caused a Middlesex County plane crash that killed the pilot and a passenger.

D.C. area forecast: Drier through Saturday, but storm risks won't stay away long

D.C. area forecast: Drier through Saturday, but storm risks won't stay away long

Summer offers us a brief break from storms and oppressive humidity today and tomorrow. By Sunday and into early next week, high humidity and storm chances return with a vengeance.

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