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Posted at 7:41 AM ET, 03/ 9/2011

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

By Washington Post staff

Bad tunnel pipes in Metro, outstanding warrants in Prince George's County, animal abuse at a Bethesda medical school. Here's our morning collection of some of the top headlines from other news sources in D.C., Virginia and Maryland. Come back to PostLocal.com for updates on all the top headlines of the day.

Washington Examiner

50 tax scofflaws cost Md. more than $11 million


Flawed pipes hamper Metro’s ability to fight tunnel fires

About 50,000 criminal warrants have not been served in Prince George’s Co.

The Gazette

Animal abuse alleged at Bethesda medical school


Bowie Council considers smoking ban on city property


InsideNOVA

Dumfries mosque must find new location for elementary school


Frederick News-Post

Md. bill would prevent employers from asking for social media passwords


The Washington Times

Gray responsible for filling eight seats on UDC board

Fox 5

Prince George’s student expelled for having tattoo gun



WAMU

Ocean City to install all-wood boardwalk

Washington Business Journal

St. Patrick’s Day means $4B in green for retailers


WUSA

Snowstorm ticket sparks outrage

The Baltimore Sun

100 sickened at Naval Academy swim meet


By Washington Post staff  | March 9, 2011; 7:41 AM ET
Categories:  A.M. headlines  | Tags:  am headlines  
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