WTOP’s Top 5 morning stories

NFL players stand in their new uniforms during a presentation in New York Tuesday. The league and Nike showed off the new look with a gridiron-styled fashion show at a Brooklyn film studio. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

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

Doctors look to cut wasteful spending: Nine medical societies representing nearly 375,000 physicians are challenging the widely held perception that more health care is better, releasing lists Wednesday of tests and treatments their members should no longer automatically order. http://bit.ly/HnEitj

First coyote caught on tape in Arlington (VIDEO): Coyotes have been spotted across the capital region before, but it has never been confirmed that the shy canines prowl through heavily populated Arlington County. Until now. http://bit.ly/HnEmJC

Historic day approaching for Titanic fans in D.C.: The 100th anniversary of the Titanic’s sinking will be honored by history buffs, descendants and historical societies around the world on April 15. A remembrance also will take place in Washington, which is home to one of few Titanic memorials. http://bit.ly/HnExoi

NFL unveils new uniforms for all 32 teams: For fans worried that Nike was going to give their favorite NFL team’s uniform an extreme makeover, full-blown Oregon style, no need to fret. http://bit.ly/HnEJnB

Dutch company debuts flying car (VIDEO): Drivers tired of fighting traffic may be able to take their commutes to the skies with what is expected to be a pricey flying car. http://bit.ly/HnEQzo

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