WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Here are five things you need to know on Monday, March 10:
5. The man who was planning to testify in favor of legislation that would require companies involved in transporting victims to concentration camps during World War II to pay reparations in order to bid for public-private partnership projects in the state died two days before the hearing.
4. D.C. street sweeping resumes Monday, which means streets will have restricted parking during sweeping hours. Signs are posted that identify the days of the week and hours of the day when parking restrictions will be enforced. Tickets are $45.
3. The online lottery to win tickets to the White House Easter Egg Roll closes at 10 a.m. on Monday. Signing up for the lottery is free and tickets for winners are free. This year's Easter Egg Roll will take place on Monday, April 21 on the White House lawn.
2. The start of the workweek looks really nice, with highs once again in the 60s both Monday and Tuesday, and we'll stay dry, too. However, we're still tracking another storm, which will bring rain and windy weather on Wednesday.
1. It is still not clear what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 that vanished early Saturday with 239 people aboard. Reported sightings of wreckage from the plane have also not been confirmed.