Thursday, Aug 9, 2012
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By Edward Colby

Dramatic Photos: The Fury of Irene

The first hurricane to threaten the U.S. mainland in three years is a monster. View gallery

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Friday, Sep 2, 2011

The Lighter Side of Hurricane Irene

The Lighter Side of Hurricane Irene

Take a look back at the lighter side of News4's coverage of Hurricane Irene.

Friday, Sep 2, 2011

Irene Took Out Oak at Kennedy’s Grave

Irene Took Out Oak at Kennedy’s Grave

A 220-year-old oak tree at the gravesite of President John F. Kennedy was destroyed in Hurricane Irene last weekend.

Thursday, Sep 1, 2011

No Irene-Related Poultry Deaths in Md. After All

No Irene-Related Poultry Deaths in Md. After All

Maryland agriculture officials said there were no poultry deaths in Maryland after all due to Hurricane Irene.

Thursday, Sep 1, 2011

Prince George's School Finally Reopening

Prince George's School Finally Reopening

After four days off, students at Glenarden Woods Elementary school return to the classroom Friday.

Thursday, Sep 1, 2011

Next Irene Complication: Mosquitoes

Next Irene Complication: Mosquitoes

Scientists said Hurricane Irene could be responsible for a spike in the mosquito population.

Wednesday, Aug 31, 2011

Neighborhood Feels Forgotten After Irene

Neighborhood Feels Forgotten After Irene

A community in Glenarden, Md., is feeling left out, not just because their power is still out, but because the kids still can't go back to school.

Wednesday, Aug 31, 2011

Irene Brings Snakes Out in Montgomery County?

Irene Brings Snakes Out in Montgomery County?

A rare event in Montgomery County: two people are bitten by copperhead snakes over the last week. Doctors at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital believe the earthquake and hurricane may have lured the venomous...

Thursday, Sep 1, 2011

Two Snakebite Victims in Aftermath of Irene

Two Snakebite Victims in Aftermath of Irene

Could two snake-bitten Montgomery County, Md., residents be among the casualties of Hurricane Irene?

Wednesday, Aug 31, 2011

7 Anne Arundel Schools Still Without Power

7 Anne Arundel Schools Still Without Power

Seven schools remain without power in Anne Arundel County.

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