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D.C.-area forecast: Mild but windy today, and the next cold blast arrives Sunday
Today is mild and windy, with highs in the upper 50s to low 60s. A little cooler air sneaks in Friday, but the more potent cold push holds off until Sunday, when lows will be in the upper 20s to low 30s.

We had triathletes race all 6 of D.C.‘s bike-share bikes. The results surprised even us.
Blood was lost, tears were shed. Let's just say we're glad we had everyone sign liability wavers beforehand.

Half a day late, 55 ballots land with disconcerting thud in tight Va. House race
‘There is no possible way ... that these ballots should not have been available to us on Election Day,’ Stafford County’s registrar wrote.

Teens face charges after ‘unsettling’ fight involving knife at high school
The two 14-year-old girls were charged after the incident at Oakland Mills High School.

Amtrak gives hundreds of its trains’ interiors a makeover
Amtrak is spending $16 million to overhaul the interiors of 450 trains operating in the Northeast and Midwest, including new carpeting and seat cushions.

PM Update: Clouds try to clear out tonight, but better odds of that happening tomorrow
Another cold front is on the way, so clearing may be limited overall. It's still cool as well.

Surveillance video shows separate robberies on Red Line and Metrobus
Surveillance videos from April 16 show a robbery on the Metro Red Line followed 90 minutes later by a robbery on a Metrobus. Police say the same suspects were behind both robberies in Montgomery County, Md.

Virginia is where this family now lives, but Puerto Rico will always be home
Hurricane Maria forced relatives of a Virginia woman to leave the island and join family on the mainland, at least for a while.

Why D.C. Water’s impervious area charge is important
But D.C. Water is looking at how the clean rivers charge is applied to see if anyone is disproportionately impacted.

Much of Virginia likes LaHood plan to replace Metro board, but D.C. and Md. have concerns, condition
Rep. Barbara Comstock said she is close to filing a bill to overhaul governance and increase federal funding.

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