5 things you need to know Wednesday

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Here are five things you need to know on Wednesday, Aug. 20:

1. Storm chance increases each day this week

A few showers and storms develop Wednesday. but we have a much better chance of showers and storms Thursday and Friday. We will monitor both days for a possible Yellow Alert. FULL FORECAST

2. Sister speaks about broken marriage at McDonnell trial

Mo said Maureen could be "sweet and tender" or "manipulative, unpredictable and deceptive" and that she'd seen the former first lady of the Commonwealth hide things from Bob McDonnell. FULL STORY

3. Return to school increases commute time by 25.8 minutes

Students in school systems across our viewing area are starting to go back to school and that means that there will be a return to longer commutes for drivers, say AAA Mid-Atlantic officials. READ MORE

4. Holder promises Ferguson 'fair and thorough' investigation

In advance of his trip to restive Ferguson, Mo., Attorney General Eric Holder Tuesday promised a "fair and thorough'' investigation into the fatal shooting of Michael Brown. FULL STORY

5. Shoppers Food customers may be affected by data breach

Supervalu Inc. has announced that it was the victim of a data breach. The Company owns over 3,000 grocery stores including a series of Shoppers Food Warehouses in Maryland and Virginia. READ MORE


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