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First the state spent more than $100 million to clear its roadways after this winter's record-breaking snowstorms.
The D.C. Department of Transportation is leaving the remaining snow mounds to Mother Nature.
The snow is disappearing, but the potholes aren't in some parts of the Washington region.
A new poll of 441 voters finds 64 percent of D.C. voters think Fenty did "only a fair" or a "poor" job.
WTOP's Neal Augenstein goes to Buffalo to find out how the New York city deals with snow.
With massive snow mounds piling up on District streets, storm drains are blocked and unable to take on the melting brought on by warmer temperatures. That means as piles sink in size, the water could flood roads or find ways into area basements.
After a blizzard-filled week and President's Day holiday, it's back to the grind and back to school.
Federal offices in many cities are just getting back to normal. But the shutdowns raise questions about the status of workers who were on vacation, or unpaid annual leave. Thanks to the OPM, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has the answers.
All federal employees should report on time.
Fairfax County plans to tack days on to the end of the year. Montgomery County will ask the state for a waiver.