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WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Here are five things you need to know on Friday, January 31:

DC police continue to investigate after two adults were found dead inside an apartment in the 1500 block of 17th Street in Southeast. Two toddlers were found unharmed inside the apartment.

MORE: 2 found dead in DC apartment

A suspect in the shooting death of Howard University student Omar Sykes is set to appear for a preliminary hearing in D.C. Superior Court. Rasdavid Lagarde is charged with first-degree murder.

MORE: Suspect arrested in Howard student death

President Barack Obama told CNN during an interview that he believes the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia will be safe. President Obama says Russian authorities "understand the stakes" involved in securing the games and the potential threats against the events. He says the U.S. is coordinating with Russia and officials have looked at the Russian security plans.

MORE: President says Sochi will be safe

Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler will help kick off a training program in Annapolis for an anti-cyberbullying pilot program designed to protect kids from being harassed on Facebook. One of Facebook's top public policy and community engagement experts will be there along with Maryland educators.

MORE: Gansler combats cyberbullying

A local man has been to 12 Super Bowls. Steve Guback's first Big Game was in New Orleans and it was 39 degrees.

MORE: Va. man has been to 12 Super Bowls


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