5 things you need to know Monday

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Here are five things you need to know on Monday, July 14:

1. Yellow Alert Monday & Tuesday, strong storms possible

Monday and Tuesday are Yellow Alert days, as more storms will move through the region. Some storms will be severe with potentially damaging wind gusts. By Wednesday, a refreshing change will arrive. FORECAST

2. 3 dead, 4 injured after 3 shootings in DC

D.C. police say three people were killed and four were injured in three separate shootings over the weekend. The shootings happened within 24 hours of each other. MORE

3. Prince George's council to vote on MGM casino

The Prince George's County Council is expected to clear the way for construction of a new MGM casino at National Harbor. That would allow construction to begin within weeks for a casino slated to open by the summer of 2016. MORE

4. Jury to hear evidence against Charles Severance

A Loudoun County grand jury will begin hearing evidence Monday in a case against Charles Severance, the man Alexandria police want to question in their investigation into three murders. The Monday hearing concerns a gun charge in Loudoun County. MORE

5. Residents to protest Md. liquid natural gas facility

Dozens of people plan to protest in front of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Their second day of protests against fracking comes as scientists research whether seven small earthquakes in a span of 14 hours in Oklahoma could be connected to the controversial drilling practice. MORE

BONUS: Driving You Crazy...Starting Monday, the Department of Public Works will begin ticketing cars that are improperly parked along H Street in the Benning corridor. It's all part of the return of streetcars to the city.


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