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One of Washington's biggest spring attractions is blooming a bit earlier than usual. The peak bloom for cherry blossoms is happening a few weeks early possibly due to climate change.
At the National Arboretum two eagles, Mr. President and The First Lady, have laid two eggs that are expected to hatch mid-March and there's a 24/7 watch underway.
The Central Ecumenical Council, Interfaith Power and Light and the Chesapeake Climate Action Network hosted religious leaders from across the state in Annapolis to show support for two pieces of legislation now before the General Assembly which would promote climate change reform.
The nor'easter that came along with the blizzard of 2016 left a few reminders behind in Ocean City following high seas and high winds.
Solar workers and utility representatives met with legislators in Annapolis on Thursday to show support for a bill that would shorten waiting time for customers to connect their panel systems to electrical grids.