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WASHINGTON (AP) D.C. police say they have made an arrest in a drive-by shooting last year that left two people dead and three others injured. Police say 18-year-old Paul Riggins has been charged with two counts of manslaughter in the October 2009 shooting in northeast D.C.

WASHINGTON (AP) A series of storms that roughed up communities from Washington to Baltimore sent utility crews scrambling early today to turn the lights back on for thousands of customers. The storms left about 5,700 customers in the dark in several counties between the two cities.

WASHINGTON (AP) Metro's board of directors is to meet Monday with members of the National Transportation Safety Board to discuss last year's fatal red line crash. The two groups plan to discuss followup recommendations arising after the 2009 train crash that claimed nine lives.

WASHINGTON (AP) D.C. Council members are criticizing Mayor Adrian Fenty's management of the city's summer youth jobs program, saying it went over budget and pulled money from other programs. The summer program employs 20,000 young people at minimum wage jobs helping the city.

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