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Posted at 7:49 AM ET, 03/11/2011

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

By Washington Post staff

Jesus in a tree, Metro's Next Bus system, UDC president. 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

Questions about a $160K job for longtime Leggett ally


Metro’s Next Bus system still unreliable

NBC 4


UDC President says he needs special travel accommodations


GW student hospitalized following attack by another student


The Washington Times

Questions arise about D.C. official’s pension arrangement


WAMU

U-Va., U-Md. researchers unveil nitrogen calculator

WUSA

Montgomery Police Officer getting paid for not working?


McLean family sees image of Jesus in tree


WTOP/Associated Press

Debt collector will drop 10,000 cases in Md.


The Baltimore Sun

Howard County School Board member faces allegations of ethics violations


By Washington Post staff  | March 11, 2011; 7:49 AM ET
Categories:  A.M. headlines  | Tags:  am headlines  
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