Vincent Gray, D.C. mayor
Martin O'Malley, Maryland governor
Joshua Starr, Montgomery County public schools superintendent
Two people were rushed to the hospital this morning after being exposed to high levels of carbon monoxide.
D.C. Mayor Vince Gray
Officials say the historic area, its museums and merchants square escaped major damage from the storm.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley
Montgomery County Public Schools continues to recover from the effects of Hurricane Irene. All schools with power will open on time on for the first day of classes, but seven schools will be closed.
Travel along the east coast is starting to return to normal after Irene slowly made her way up from North Carolina to Canada.
Visitors are making their way back to Ocean City, and local businesses are hoping to be ready for Labor Day crowds after then Hurricane Irene swept through the resort town.
In a hurricane that didn't fully deliver on its fearsome forecast for most areas, Casey and Denise Robinson's battered beach house is a terrible testament to the fickle nature of extreme weather.
Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md.
In the wake of Hurricane Irene, many people in the D.C. region may be looking for their insurance policies to see if they are covered for hurricanes. Here are some tips that can help.
Despite Tropical Storm Irene's weakened punch, President Barack Obama urged those in its path to stay vigilant and warned that the storm's impact would continue to be felt for some time.
The MARC Brunswick Lines will have full service on Monday, according to a notice from MARC
Thousands of calls poured in over the weekend as Irene moved through the D.C. Metro region. Responding to the storm is a lot of work and the emergency calls all funnel through one place in Prince George's County.
Hurricane Irene caused hundreds of thousands of power outages, and a ton of trees and power lines to come down in our area. This all adds up to two words -- safety hazards.
Officials say some morning commuters in the Baltimore-Washington area may encounter hurdles in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene.
The Department of Public Works says city residents can either take bulk storm debris to the city's five drop-off locations or have the department collect it from their homes.