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Ocean City Preps For Hurricane Season

Early hurricane outlook indicates this season could be worse than last year.

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Repairs Aimed At Stemming Flooding In Bloomingdale

D.C. Water is working on construction projects that some hope will stem the seasonal flooding in low-lying areas of the District like Bloomingdale and LeDroit Park.

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The Role Of The Federal Government In Disaster Relief

President Obama called the tornado that tore through Oklahoma on Monday one of the most destructive in history. Dozens were killed, hundreds injured and neighborhoods flattened. The Federal Emergency Management Agency was immediately...

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Delaware Beaches Receive Federal Funding For Post-Sandy Recovery

The state received $30 million to restore beaches along the coastline that sustained damage from Superstorm Sandy.

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Tornado Watch For D.C, Maryland And Virginia

The National Weather Service has isued a tornado watch for D.C. parts of Maryland and Virginia until 10 p.m.

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Cicada Invasion Expected On East, But Not On The Coast

The 17-year cicada emergence is expected in the next few weeks, but some parts of the east may be spared from the swarms.

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'Sandy' Retired From List Of Storm Names

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration officials have retired the name "Sandy" because of the massive damage the storm caused along the east coast last year.

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Repairs To Ocean City's Dune System Not Likely Until Autumn

Hurricane Sandy only caused minimal damage to structures and properties in Ocean City, but the resort's protective dune system still took quite a thumping.

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Forecasters To Change Hurricane Advisory Practices

The National Hurricane Center is altering its policy after being criticized over the way it handled Superstorm Sandy.

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Unexpected Spring Snow Delights Some, Soaks Most In D.C. Region

Snow continues to fall throughout the D.C. region in any unexpected spring deluge, but while travel was hampered and power outages abound, some at least are enjoying the weather.

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