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226 calls to 911 and 117 ambulance rides to hospitals. In just one year.
Rigsby is the most frequent 911 user in D.C. history. (Mark Gail for The Post)
Amy Brittain

Firefighters visit so often, they can recite Martha Rigsby’s birth date from memory. Now the District wants her in a guardianship.
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JFK assassination: 50 years later
Winning over Virginia
Sumatran tiger cubs at National Zoo
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Police charge driver of van with murder after fatal crash
Peter Hermann

Woman was in crosswalk when struck by speeding van, according to D.C. police.
Teenager killed when struck by Maryland police cruiser
Peter Hermann

A trooper struck two brothers as they tried to cross a busy highway on the Eastern Shore late Friday.
Capital Weather Gang
Disaster in Tacloban, Philippines: Chasers document “ghastly” scene
Jason Samenow

Distressing first-hand accounts and video footage from Tacloban city in the Philippines, which was dealt the brunt of super typhoon Haiyan.
Three firefighters injured in Prince George’s blaze
Peter Hermann

Occupants in the Forestville house, including an 88-year-old, are found safe.
Where We Live
Editor’s column | A master of the art of the flip
Dion Haynes

Can real estate investor Justin Pierce sell his rehabbed Temple Hills house before the winter slowdown?
Capital Weather Gang
Milder through Veterans Day, but an Arctic front arrives late Monday
Ian Livingston

High temperature averages are still around 60 near the city, and the next few days probably won’t be too far off that mark.
Virginia football playoff projections
AllMetSports Staff

The fields are nearly set for the Virginia football postseason. Here are our best projections of the region fields.
Hylton stays focused against Forest Park
Joey LoMonaco

Bulldogs senior running back Renardo Willis scores three touchdowns as Hylton completes a one-loss regular season.
Falcons shut down Tuscarora
Tariq Lee

Motivated Briar Woods beats Tuscarora to clinch the inaugural Potomac District championship.
Generals finally topple Yorktown
Brandon Parker

Washington-Lee’s defense shoulders the load as the Generals end a streak of futility against the rival Patriots and seize their first district title since 1975.
Baynes leads Crusaders to CAFC title
Roman Stubbs

Running back Justin Baynes rushed for 195 yards and touchdown to lead Riverdale Baptist to the Capital Athletic Football Conference title.
Local digest: D.C. area news briefs
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226 calls to 911 and 117 ambulance rides to hospitals. In just one year.
Amy Brittain

Firefighters visit so often, they can recite Martha Rigsby’s birth date from memory. Now the District wants her in a guardianship.
Wildcats’ stand clinches playoff berth
Tom Schad

Arundel’s goal line stand seals a 24-17 overtime victory against No. 11 Meade and sends the Wildcats into the Maryland 4A East playoffs.
NFL execs meet with Oneida Indian in favor of ‘Redskins’
Theresa Vargasand Susan Svrluga

Melvin Phillips offered a starkly different perspective from the leader of the Oneida tribe, Ray Halbritter.
D.C. Politics
Who wants to be D.C. mayor? The field grows.
Mike DeBonis

Council member Vincent B. Orange, Busboys and Poets owner are among those picking up nominating petitions.
Education reform at top of de Blasio’s N.Y.C. agenda
Lyndsey Layton and Michael Alison Chandler

The city’s first Democratic mayor in 20 years wants to roll back emphasis on charter schools.
School worker accused of secretly watching girls
Dan Morse

Josh Andrew Greenberg, 28, worked at a Montgomery County middle school.
Amid gains, D.C. students exhibit achievement gaps
Emma Brown

As black and Hispanic students improve on tests, large gaps remain when compared with white peers.
Margaret M. Ernst, company vice president
Mrs. Ernst was a special needs advocate and former senior vice president of HGI Realty Inc.
Capital Weather Gang
A sunny, chilly weekend; climate change and typhoon Haiyan
Jason Samenow

Unlike the forecast for the middle of next week, the forecast through Sunday is straight forward: mainly clear and on the cool side.
Manfred Rommel, son of WWII military leader, dies at 84
Angela Cullen

Mr. Rommel served for 22 years as mayor of Stuttgart.
H. Ulrike Mills, National Gallery editor, dies at 63
Ms. Mills also did work for the Barnes Foundation and the Brandywine River Museum in Pennsylvania.
Deputy claims self-defense in man’s killing
Rachel Weiner

Craig Patterson, an Arlington sheriff’s deputy, is charged in the death of 22-year-old Julian Dawkins.
D.C. Public Charter School Board releases charter rankings
Emma Brown

One-third of the city’s charter schools are high-performing “Tier 1” schools while 12 percent are low-performing.
Theater & Dance
This Sleeping Beauty adds a little bit of bite
Celia Wren

Choreographer Matthew Bourne found the old tale too passive, so he added time travel and a vampire
Woman killed in District crash is from Alexandria
Peter Hermann

Police say the 44-year-old woman was struck by a truck while crossing I Street in Southeast Washington.
Maryland Politics
Mizeur picks up liberal group’s endorsement
John Wagner

The delegate from Montgomery County is the choice of Progressive Neighbors.
Going Out Guide
Bolt Burgers: The most high-tech burger you’ll ever order, coming soon
Maura Judkis

The Massachusetts Avenue burger joint wants to change the way you order.
Virginia Politics
Nearly 2,000 votes in Fairfax possibly uncounted
Antonio Olivo and Ben Pershing

The discrepancy could affect the outcome of the Virginia attorney general race.
PostLocal's Va.-Md.-D.C. bloggers
The State of NoVa Rosenwald, MD District of DeBonis
How the State of NoVa voted, 2013 edition
The State of NoVa goes blue again, surrounded by red RoVa.
Words of Summer: We're collecting camp letters
Kids write the darndest things in camp letters. Send in photos of your children's best letters.
Andy Shallal is running for D.C. mayor
The Iraqi-born owner of Busboys & Poets is ending nearly three months of rumination.
Local Columns
John Kelly
A Belfast girl returns to the family that changed her life. Plus: Vote for Bao Bao and vote for Link Wray!
Robert McCartney
COLUMN | Va. governor-elect has mastered style expected of chief executive, but he has much to prove on substance.
Robert McCartney
Lessons of a negative Virginia election: Democrat’s win highlights changing views on guns and gays.
Petula Dvorak
How does any candidate think he can win by ignoring issues that are important to the majority of voters?
Photo Galleries
Rockville’s Farmland Elementary lures Israelis
Farmland Elementary School has become a big draw for Israeli immigrants seeking a community in the United States.
Virginia races draw to a close
Voters cast their ballots in the closely watched race for governor and other statewide and local offices.
On Capitol Hill, townhouses are a model
Built to replace the Ellen Wilson housing project, the Townhomes on Capitol Hill have become a model for mixed-income housing.
The voters of the new Virginia
A look at the voters in Virginia’s Prince William County, which is considered a bellwether for the changing state.
Cuccinelli tries to close the gap in Virginia
The Republican gubernatorial candidate continues to campaign hard ahead of Tuesday’s election.
Democrats push for votes in Virginia
Candidates McAuliffe, Northam and Herring make stops across the state before Tuesday’s election.
Mourners remember 10-year-old Gabriella Miller
She became a cancer research advocate before dying of a brain tumor.
Washington Monument fixes, up close
Repairs to external quake damage are about 80 percent complete.
Our Washington
From waterfronts to monuments, Post photographers share their favorite D.C. spots.
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