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Mandatory Evacuation For Ocean City Residents

Ocean City residents who live downtown must evacuate the resort by 8 p.m. Sunday.

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Metro Reminds Riders About Storm Safety

With the possibility of a super storm moving through the D.C. area, Metro riders face some specific dangers.

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Sandy Could Be Strongest Storm Ever To Hit East Coast

The latest reports from the National Hurricane Center say Sandy is getting stronger, and is shaping up to be the unprecedented storm forecasters feared.

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Virginia Urges Absentee Voting To Power Through Before Storm

The Virginia State Board of Elections is advising local registrars to accommodate voters who ask to vote absentee because of the potential impact of Hurricane Sandy.
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Hurricane Sandy Expected To Cause Major Flooding

The Washington, D.C. region is bracing for what's expected to be heavy flooding from Hurricane Sandy.

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Realtors Help Prep Coastal Home Owners For Hurricane Sandy

Ocean City beach house owners are receiving help from local realtors in preparing their coastal properties for the arrival of Hurricane Sandy.

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Metro Suspends Operations For Hurricane Sandy

Metro has suspended all bus and rail services Monday in light of the forecasts of high winds and power outages expected over a wide swath of the D.C. area.

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Pepco President: Utility More Prepared Than During Derecho

Pepco got raked over the coals this summer for their relatively slow response to outages caused by a derecho storm. The utility's president says they see Sandy coming and are much more prepared this time.

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As Hurricane Sandy Tracks Toward Coast, Residents Scramble For Supplies

Residents along the coast of the Delmarva peninsula are taking seriously forecasts that show Hurricane Sandy swiping the region — many stores are already sold out of generators, supplies.

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Surviving The Superstorm - Day Three

The "superstorm" may have passed, but the Washington region is far from out to the woods -- we'll chat with local officials who are monitoring Sandy's continued effects on the area.

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