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Think this winter is nasty? Well, exactly one year ago the D.C. area was rocked by the first of two back-to-back blizzards that President Obama, among others, called "snowmageddon."
Friday's final commute of the year provides a chance to look back at the best and worst of trends and incidents on area roads in 2010.
With winter weather once again smacking the Washington area around, animal welfare workers are making the rounds again.
It was not Snowmageddon. But Thursday's bad weather did give school officials across the region a big decision: Do they open, close, delay or dismiss early?
Federal employees may have more to contend with than pay freezes and a Christmas Eve workday this frigid December, with a recent announcement that the government has changed the definition of employee leave for closures.
Nurses United of the National Capital Region are planning a one-day strike at Washington Hospital Center.