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Capital News Service

NEW CARROLLTON – Forecasters say a winter storm is likely to collide with Hurricane Sandy along the East Coast early next week, which could cause an estimated $1 billion in damage. But area residents don’t seem to be that concerned about the so-called “Frankenstorm.”

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Brandon Goldner is an award-winning undergraduate broadcast student at the University of Maryland Philip Merrill College of Journalism. He previously worked as an on-air reporter for Voice of America and KVRR-TV in Fargo, N.D. He's covering the environment and the military for Capital News Service. He's the recipient of two student Emmys. Follow him @BrandonGoldner and on his website.