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Shoveling snow need not result in back pain and sore muscles, according to a local chiropractor.
Emergency responders and snow crews want you to stay off the road during the extreme weather.
Southwest Airlines canceled more than 100 flights, many of them at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and Dulles International Airport.
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Local kids may be excited over the amount of school they are missing due to this winter's snowstorms, but will they have to make up the time when the weather gets nice?
The winter storm that packed a much bigger punch than predicted came at a bad time for local transportation agencies -- and their budgets.
Some kids get to sleep in. Others have the whole day off after Saturday's snow. Major roads are clear.
Gov. Martin O'Malley estimates the storm cost the state more than $19 million.
The Office of Personnel Management made the announcement Monday afternoon. Employees in D.C. area must notify their supervisors of their intent to take unscheduled leave. Emergency employees are expected to report for work on time.
In Washington, even an inch of slushy snow is enough to cause havoc with commuters. It's a big factor in whether or not the Federal Government will open for business here in Washington, D.C. FederalNewsRadio's Senior Correspondent Mike Causey broke the news that the Office of Personnel Management will now have a decision on whether to open or close the government on bad weather days by 4 am, instead of 5 am. Yesterday, the head of OPM held a first-ever, "behind the scenes" look at how that decision is made.
Is there something about Washington DC that turns transplanted Minnesota lumberjacks and flinty Chicagolanders into snow weenies? Senior Correspondent Mike Causey deals with the question of snow angels vs. snow weenies.