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Your next Metro schedule app is…Lyft?
Lyft officials say with the integration of scooters, bikeshare, ride-hailing and now transit, D.C. has become an East Coast model for its mobility offerings.

Dancing thief busts a move before grabbing packages on a front porch
Police were looking for a man seen dancing on surveillance video before stealing packages in Washington.

This has been the longest stretch all year without rain in Washington
And yet, by the weekend, this year will probably be the wettest on record for our area.

D.C. accuses Maryland parents of residency fraud in lawsuits
The city is seeking at least $700,000 in unpaid tuition from families.

At N Street Village’s Green House, women in recovery are poised for growth
The new program harnesses the power of the group for women who want to stay clean.

Judge halts effort to put Initiative 77 wage back on D.C. ballot
Activists were poised to submit more than 25,000 signatures collected in a week to hold a new election.

John Fitzgerald, a founding father of Alexandria, owned slaves. Officials don’t want to name a
Over objections from Irish groups, city council is poised to choose the name “Waterfront Park” instead of Fitzgerald Square.

Virginia Gov. Northam proposes more money for a cleaner Chesapeake Bay
The governor rolled out a plan to curb runoff and fund more land conservation.

Police announce arrest in sexual assault of woman abducted after leaving Metro
The woman was forced into a car at gunpoint and sexually assaulted in an hour-long ‘nightmare,’ police say.

New problems for the Silver Line Phase 2: Officials say rail ties are flawed
Contractor’s proposed fix rejected by MWAA, Metro, which insist all ties must be replaced.

Rep. Comstock plans to move her leadership program for girls to GMU
The program would be called the Barbara Comstock Institute for Women in Leadership.

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