Flooding is expected starting Tuesday night and lasting through the week.
More than 100,000 homes lost power in Metro D.C. 19,000 are Pepco customers.
Local dialysis centers have an emergency-preparedness protocol in place to power through Hurricane Sandy.
Thousands of senior citizens that rely of meal service to their homes are without food, due the Hurricane Sandy.
The effects of the super storm Sandy aren't relegated to the land alone — officials with the EPA say wildlife in the Chesapeake Bay are at risk from high levels of sediment washed into coastal waters.
Hurricane Sandy is slowing last minute efforts to tilt this year's election in our region.
We get an update on emerging weather patterns and conditions on Maryland, Virginia and D.C. roads.
Washington's D.C.'s Metrorail and bus system is closed for the first time in nearly a decade, and will remain so pending assessment through Tuesday morning.
Coastal areas along the eastern portion of the United States are facing a massive amount of flooding. Ocean City is under water and rescues are underway in Salisbury, Md.
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