WTOP’s Top 5 morning stories

As you try to get tickets to \'The Hunger Games,\' may the odds be ever in your favor. (AP/Lionsgate)

Good morning, Washington area — Five stories to keep you informed and get you going:

‘Hunger Games’ leaves us hungry for more: Fasten your seatbelts: Another blockbuster franchise is upon us. Get WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley’s take on the much-anticipated dystopian thriller “The Hunger Games.”http://bit.ly/GJ5Ayl

‘They aren’t the Northern Va. Redskins’: Mayor Vincent Gray wants the Washington Redskins to move their practice facility to D.C. to help redevelop the Hill East area. http://bit.ly/GJ5Hdf

Metro tackles sexual harassment on the transit system: When passengers are on Metro, the last thing they should have to worry about is being sexually harassed. But advocacy groups have come forward recently, telling leaders at the transit agency that harassment is a common occurrence. http://bit.ly/GJ65IP

Trayvon case highlights ‘the talk’: The Trayvon Martin case brings to light a conversation African-American parents are forced to have with their sons. http://bit.ly/GJ6bjH

Friday Freebies: Early spring specials. http://bit.ly/ACAWVu

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