Lee Boyd Malvo’s sentence to be reviewed in appeals court

A Virginia court of appeals is hearing arguments Tuesday concerning the sentencing of one of the Beltway snipers. Lee Boyd Malvo was 17 when he took part in the shootings that killed 10 people and wounded three others in 2002. His sentencing is being revisited after a Supreme Court ruling found mandatory life sentences for juveniles to be unconstitutional. John Allen Muhammad, Malvo’s accomplice, was executed in Virginia in 2009. [AP]

Maryland’s top US prosecutor will not go after medical marijuana growers

The top federal prosecutor in the state said he doesn’t plan to enforce federal anti-drug laws against medical marijuana growers and distributors in the state. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions this month rescinded Obama-era rules that allowed states to legalize marijuana, casting uncertainty on the future of the burgeoning medical marijuana industry in Maryland and other states. [Daily Record]

Airbnb users in Maryland netted $42 million last year

Airbnb, the short-term rental service, is growing in Maryland. About 265,000 visits brought in about $42 million in the state. The most visits were in Baltimore, followed by Annapolis and Silver Spring. [Daily Record]

Hundreds line up for car washes in nicer weather

With the mild weekend after a bitter cold January, hundreds of people took advantage and got outside. One Germantown car wash saw more than 500 people come to clean their cars in one day. [WTOP]

Showers, possible thunderstorm before noon

There’s a 90 percent chance of precipitation today, with showers and a thunderstorm possible before noon and more scattered showers before 2 p.m. The temperature should hit a high of about 66 today and drop to a low of 35 tonight, according to the National Weather service. There could be some wind gusts up to 25 mph today and tonight.

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