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Oh My Baby: How To Buy Maternity Clothes When Pregnant

MCLEAN, VIRGINIA (WUSA)-- Peggy Fox follows WUSA's Angie Goff and her pregnant sorority sisters as they try to find solutions to maternity clothes challenges.

Years ago, Angie and her AOII sisters Eve Middleton and Mary DiBenedetto use to ask opinions on what to wear on a night out at George Mason. Nearly a decade later they find themselves swapping maternity clothes advice.

VOTE: Should Angie Bump or Dump today's outfit?

Fall Fashion: How To Create A Wardrobe You Love

MCLEAN, VIRGINIA (WUSA)-- Angie Goff reports Fall fashion is here and 'Work It Girl Networking' is helping women get closet ready for the new season.

PHOTOS: Fall Fashionista's Brunch

Washington stylist Kara Allan lead the Fall Fashionista's Brunch and show offering advice to creating a wardrobe you love. All models were local CEOS or non-profit founders in our community like Pamela Sorensen, Becky Lee and Maimah Karmo. Here are some tips from Kara to keep in mind as you get ready to revamp your look for the season.

DC Cupcake Couple Inspire Reality Romance Novel

WASHINGTON, DC (WUSA)-- Oh My GOFF! Angie Goff reports on a true-life love story based on a sweet Maryland business. Also, Redskins and a star chef walk in the March of Dimes fashion show at Tysons Galleria.

Jewell Green & POSH GiRL hosts fashion showcase to benefit breast cancer

WASHINGTON, DC (WUSA)-- Oh My GOFF! Angie Goff reports Jewell Green, wife of Redskins legend Darrell Green turns a Virginia ballroom into the ultimate boutique.

BLOG: Gettin' 'POSH' with The Greens

Local Young People Remember 9-11

WASHINGTON, D.C. (WUSA) - "Thank you for serving our country, I feel very safe with you out there," read a fifth grader at D.C.'s Murch Elementary where children are writing letters to soldiers, marines, and first responders, thanking them for their service on September 11, 2001.

"That day was a horrible day, lots of lives were lost," wrote another.

Student Government President and fifth grader Justin Atwood said, "We were too young to comprehend what was happening. I myself was only one. We didn't realize the effort that they made. They risked their lives for your country, and that's a good thing. We want to tell them so."

Each letter will be distributed by the non profit D. C. Cares. At Virginia's Langley High School, students made a vivid display with 2,977 flags.

Fairfax County Schools Drop Chocolate Milk, Nuggets, Corn Dogs

FAIRFAX, Va. (WUSA) - Fairfax County elementary school students will no longer be able to buy chocolate milk in school cafeterias. It's one of several new recommendations to make school food healthier, according to the Fairfax County Public Schools.

"They don't need all that sugar and calories. No child does," says Penny McConnell, Director of FCPS Food and Nutrition Services.

Not all parents are happy about this new decision. Some worry if there's no chocolate milk, their children won't drink any milk. McConnell says if kids won't drink fat free milk, they can drink water.

But some parents support the decision. "Chocolate milk is only for special occasions. It's like a milkshake, not for everyday," said Monika Sibert.

McConnell and her team have also taken corn dogs and chicken nuggets off the menu because they're too high in fat. More meaty, less breading chicken tenders are still available and so are low fat hot dogs on a whole wheat bun.

New Traffic Patterns in Tyson’s Corner Post Labor Day

Starting today, September 7, there are new traffic patterns in different areas of Route 7 in Tyson’s Corner due to the construction of the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project. The day after Labor Day means summer vacations coming to an end and schools reopening; it also means a heavy day for traffic.