Oink Oink! Just when we thought that the swine fluH1N1 virus was under control, The Post is reporting that a Chesapeake woman died from complications of the virus on Tuesday. This is the area's first publicly announced death attributed to the flu and Virginia Governor Tim Kaine is urging those with noticeable symptoms to be proactive about treatment.
In other deadly virus news, two Virginia sisters are being detained at a health camp in China because an individual on their flight tested positive for H1N1, according to WUSA 9. They took Tamiflu and hope to leave China tonight so they can continue filming their show on the Home Shopping Network.
Sad But True: Prince George's County's top prosecutor says that charges are not likely to be filed in the death of Ronnie White, almost a year after he was found dead in his jail cell. White was charged with murder after running over a police officer with his truck last June.
The Washington Times announces that Former First Lady Nancy Reagan and California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will join House and Senate leaders when a new statue of Ronald Reagan is unveiled in the Capitol Rotunda this morning. Jelly beans were not among the materials used.
And finally, Prince of Petworth reveals that Columbia Heights is getting what it always wanted: a Chipotle. Because in these trying times, burritos are the way to go. Seriously, you can live off of one of those for a week and still not finish. Too bad all the new DC Chipotle franchises won't be applying for liquor licenses, however.