WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Here are five things you need to know on Wednesday, March 19:
5. We have issued a Yellow Alert for Wednesday for drizzle and showers. It looks like a wet commute home for everyone Wednesday evening. A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued from midnight to 11 a.m. Wednesday for Loudoun County and west and Frederick County in Maryland.
4. The D.C. fire lieutenant who was in charge when a dying man collapsed nearby will go before a trial board. Lieutenant Kellene Davis will appear at an internal hearing, where she faces punishment for her role in the incident two months ago.
3. Ward 8 Councilmember and former D.C. Mayor Marion Barry is planning to endorse Mayor Vincent Gray Wednesday. By some accounts, Mayor Gray's campaign is on the ropes as a result of businessman Jeff Thompson's plea agreement with federal prosecutors.
2. A judge is expected to decide Wednesday whether to release Charles Severance on bond. Severance was arrested in West Virginia last week on a warrant from Loudoun County, Virginia. Investigators want to talk to him about the murders of Nancy Dunning, Ron Kirby and Ruthanne Lodato in Alexandria.
1. Get out those tickets, because not one, but at least two people are waking up millionaires in Maryland Wednesday morning. One ticket sold in the state will share the 400 million dollar Mega Millions jackpot with a ticket sold in Florida. The winning numbers are 11-19-24-33-51 and Mega Ball 7.