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Posted at 7:52 AM ET, 02/17/2011

A.M. headlines around the D.C. region

By Washington Post staff

Pepco bills, the suspect in an American University professor's death, Fenty and DDOT. Here's our morning collection of some of the top headlines from other news sources in D.C., Virginia and Maryland. Come back to for updates on all the top headlines of the day.

Washington Examiner

Gray’s team recommends an overhaul of teacher evaluation system

D.C. assistant police chief gets new title, 10 percent raise

Former prosecutors say Leslie Johnson may be looking for a deal

Gray’s team critical of Fenty’s management of DDOT

The Gazette

Md. pizza owner gets big shock when Pepco bill arrives

The Washington Times

Suspect in AU professor’s killing back in custody

Fox 5

UDC considers eliminating 17 majors

Man pleads not guilty in former Redskins’ cheer ambassador’s death

Obama spoke to Kaine Wednesday about senate run

The Diamondback

U-Md. professor assaulted in off-campus fight


Prince William County officials say they’ll sue Department of Homeland Security

By Washington Post staff  | February 17, 2011; 7:52 AM ET
Categories:  A.M. headlines  | Tags:  am headlines  
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