5 things you need to know Wednesday

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Here are five things you need to know on Wednesday, June 25:

Maryland primary elections results

Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown has won the Democratic primary for governor of Maryland and Larry Hogan has won the Republican primary race for governor of Maryland. Precincts in Montgomery County were reporting errors with electronic poll books used to look up voter names. RESULTS

Yellow Alert Wednesday for PM T-Storms

We have issued a Yellow Alert Wednesday for showers and T-storms. The best chance for storms will be between 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. as a cold front approaches. On Thursday, highs will be in the upper 80s to near 90°. However, it won't be humid, with only an isolated shower possible north of town and in the mountains. FORECAST

Singer Chris Brown expected in DC court

Singer Chris Brown is expected to be in Washington for a hearing on the assault charge he faces. Brown is scheduled Wednesday in D.C. Superior Court, where he could accept a plea bargain. Brown was arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault in October, accused of hitting a man outside the W hotel. MORE

Amendment could block DC pot decriminalization

Two local members of Congress may be squaring off Wednesday. D.C. delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton plans to fight an amendment to the District's budget, offered by Maryland's First District Congressman Andy Harris. Harris' legislation would block D.C.'s marijuana decriminalization bill, which makes possessing small amounts of pot punishable by just a fine. MORE

More Supreme Court decisions expected

The high court will continue to release decisions Wednesday as it preps to wrap for the summer. After the justices announced their split decision on the regulation of greenhouse gases, there are still seven more high-profile cases involving presidential powers and broadcast regulation left undecided. MORE


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