Updated: 9:51 PM
- A woman's car stolen right out of her driveway. And now she says the thieves continue to victimize, harass and taunt her. Police say with phone calls and surveillance, they have a person of interest.
Updated: 6:20 PM
- Changes are coming to our weather world. A trough of low pressure will move into the region from the eastern Pacific on Tuesday. Expect a breezy day, with much cooler temperatures by afternoon. Another cold front will sweep through by late Wednesday. This will give us a chance of showers and keep windy, unsettled conditions in the forecast. For most of the week, valley highs will only be in the 50s, and low temperatures will dip down to, or slightly below, freezing by Thursday morning. Cloud cover may muddy the total lunar eclipse early Saturday morning. Easter Weekend will stay on the unsettled side. Expect a chance of showers on Sunday. -Jeff
Updated: 10:10 AM
- FBI agents from Baltimore are investigating a firefight Monday morning outside a gate at the National Security Agency, where two men dressed as women apparently tried to force their sport utility vehicle past security.
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