D.C. Headlines: They worked hard to keep their kids safe. Then they lost their 18-year-old to gunfire.

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Ayana McAllister’s mother and father struggled Wednesday to absorb their daughter’s death. The college student, home on spring break, was killed in a D.C. shooting.
 
 
 
Sarah L. Voisin / The Washington Post
They worked hard to keep their kids safe. Then they lost their 18-year-old to gunfire.
Ayana McAllister’s mother and father struggled Wednesday to absorb their daughter’s death. The college student, home on spring break, was killed in a D.C. shooting.
By Theresa Vargas and Peter Hermann •  Read more »
32 years after a horrific murder, one man wants justice. Another just wants an ending.
Supreme Court to hear appeal from men convicted of killing Catherine Fuller.
By Keith L. Alexander •  Read more »
 
Virginia Gov. McAuliffe taps Ray LaHood to head panel to study Metro
The former U.S. transportation secretary agrees to Virginia’s request to study Metro’s governance and finances.
By Robert McCartney and Faiz Siddiqui •  Read more »
 
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Woman found fatally stabbed in home near Capitol Hill
Police, who found the victim’s body Tuesday afternoon, are searching her missing vehicle.
By Peter Hermann, Lynh Bui and Michael E. Ruane •  Read more »
 
Upscale apartment complex in D.C.’s NoMa nears completion
TOWN SQUARE | AvalonBay’s AVA NoMa apartments have an industrial style with concrete columns and chalkboard walls.
By Michele Lerner •  Read more »
 
Man injured in officer-involved shooting in D.C.
He was taken to a hospital, a spokesman said.
By Victoria St. Martin and Clarence Williams •  Read more »
 
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Is your school worth one star or five? D.C. officials approve new rating system.
Major question is whether plans place too much weight on math and reading test scores.
By Alejandra Matos •  Read more »
 
Woman found dangling by her shoelaces from White House fence is released after hearing
Washington state woman told officers who freed her that she wanted to talk to President Trump.
By Keith L. Alexander •  Read more »
 
 
 
 
 
 
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