Pepco says Prince George's hardest hit by storm

Pepco says southeastern Prince George's County was the hardest-hit portion of its service area as Hurricane Irene blew through the mid-Atlantic.

Sunday - 08/28/2011, 10:15am EDT

O'Malley: Little damage to Ocean City after storm

Gov. Martin O'Malley says there's very little damage to Ocean City after Hurricane Irene blew past the resort town overnight.

Sunday - 08/28/2011, 09:31am EDT

Metro plans to keep regular Sunday schedule

Chainsaws, sandbags and extra weekend staff. They're all part of Metro's hurricane preparations.

Sunday - 08/28/2011, 08:51am EDT

Irene causes 120 road closures in Md.

Maryland highway officials say there are more than 120 closures of state-maintained roads as a result of Hurricane Irene.

Sunday - 08/28/2011, 08:38am EDT

D.C. appears to escape worst of Hurricane Irene

The District of Columbia's emergency management director says Washington appears to have weathered Hurricane Irene with fewer problems than other parts of the mid-Atlantic region.

Sunday - 08/28/2011, 08:20am EDT

Nice bridge in southern Md. reopens

The Maryland Transportation Authority says a bridge carrying U.S. 301 over the Potomac River in southern Maryland has reopened.

Sunday - 08/28/2011, 07:51am EDT

Public transportation in Baltimore area resumes

The Maryland Transit Administration says bus, subway and the Inter County Connector Bus service has resumed.

Sunday - 08/28/2011, 07:28am EDT

Del. governor urges residents to stay off roads

Gov. Jack Markell says the worst of Hurricane Irene has passed Delaware, but the extent of damage still must be assessed.

Sunday - 08/28/2011, 07:23am EDT

Frederick County mostly unscathed from Irene

As Hurricane Irene battered coastal areas of North Carolina, Virginia and southern Maryland on Saturday, Frederick County remained relatively unscathed by the storm

Sunday - 08/28/2011, 06:45am EDT

Crews to assess damage from Hurricane Irene

A National Service meteorologist says it's a little too strong to say the East Coast has dodged a bullet from Hurricane Irene.

Sunday - 08/28/2011, 06:44am EDT

NC, Va., to determine how Irene's damage compares to previous storms

The question still facing North Carolina and Virginia is whether Irene's impact will match the problems left behind by previous storms Floyd and Isabel.

Sunday - 08/28/2011, 06:42am EDT

MEMA: Volunteers should call ahead before showing up for Irene cleanup

Maryland's Emergency Management Agency is asking for volunteers to call ahead before they show up to help out with the recovery and cleanup from Hurricane Irene.

Sunday - 08/28/2011, 06:41am EDT

Va. National Guard soldiers free trapped motorists

Virginia National Guard soldiers have freed 10 motorists trapped between downed trees for more than seven hours.

Sunday - 08/28/2011, 06:31am EDT

St. Mary's River in Md. nears record high

The National Weather Service says the St. Mary's River in southern Maryland is nearing its all-time high.

Sunday - 08/28/2011, 01:17am EDT

Md. county warns of potential dam spillage

Officials in St. Mary's County say St. Mary's Lake near Callaway could spill over the top of the dam.

Sunday - 08/28/2011, 01:09am EDT

Hurricane Irene slowing, but packs a punch to D.C. area

Hurricane Irene continued its slow crawl up the east coast, dropping a foot of rain on North Carolina and Virginia and knocking out power to more than 2 million homes and businesses.

Sunday - 08/28/2011, 01:00am EDT

Irene evacuees hole up in schools, 5-star hotels

Evacuees from Hurricane Irene sought refuge any place they could: with friends and family, in churches and schools, at stadiums and universities - and even some five-star hotels.

Sunday - 08/28/2011, 12:49am EDT

Nat'l Guard prepped to help states hit by Irene

The National Guard is poised to help states hit by Hurricane Irene.

Sunday - 08/28/2011, 12:07am EDT

Va police responding to crashes, disabled vehicles

Virginia State Police troopers have responded to nearly 240 traffic crashes and about 150 disabled vehicles during Hurricane Irene.

Saturday - 08/27/2011, 11:49pm EDT

Irene another test of capital's disaster prep

Already bruised by an earthquake that damaged two of its iconic structures, the nation's capital was watching and waiting Saturday for its first hurricane in more than a half-century, a storm that could test its ability to protect both national treasures and vulnerable residents.

Saturday - 08/27/2011, 11:47pm EDT
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