Local Headlines: The untold story of Metro’s 29-hour emergency shutdown
D.C.-area forecast: Brief morning snow showers, then breezy and cool today; milder tomorrow and Tuesday; Secret Service: Driver of suspicious-looking car detained at checkpoint near White House; Equinox is on Monday, maybe spring will show up, too; PM Update: Wet snow possible late tonight into Sunday morning, then partly sunny; Trump wants to end funding of the Chesapeake Bay cleanup. Here’s who’s fighting back.; Md. House approves ‘yes means yes’ requirement for sex education; Trump’s budget would mean double whammy for Washington region; A place to vent: Stone towers were an attempt to reduce hot air in U.S. Capitol.; Your guide to navigating the annual Cherry Blossom Festival; Va. Democratic candidates mark St. Patrick’s Day with corned beef and Trump bashing; Va. Democrat Northam ramps up energy in bid for governor, calls Trump a ‘narcissistic maniac’; Meals on Wheels program in D.C. region braces for possible cuts; These first-generation Chinese Americans are vigorously opposing sanctuary laws;
President Trump’s proposed budget calls for cutting funding to Meals on Wheels, an organization that delivers meals to 2.4 million seniors nationwide. In Virginia, Maryland and D.C. about 70,000 seniors are served.