WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Here are five things you need to know on Thursday, March 27:
5. The FBI placed Kahlil Malik Tatum on its Most Wanted list for murder on Wednesday. He is believed to be traveling with missing 8-year-old Relisha Rudd of Washington, D.C. An AMBER Alert was issued for the girl on March 20.
AMBER ALERT: DC missing girl suspect on Most Wanted list
4. It will be a cold start on Thursday with morning lows in the low and mid 20s for Downtown with teens in the suburbs. The day will be nicer with a mix of clouds and sun and highs around 50º. It will be a bit breezy at times in the afternoon, so it s will feel a bit cool.
3. WUSA9 hosted the DC Mayoral debate on Wednesday night in D.C. Four candidates, Vincent Gray, Muriel Bowser, Jack Evans and Tommy Wells participated in the debate. Howard University's Dr. Lorenzo Morris watched the debate. He said, "There were no clear cut winners.
FULL VIDEO: DC Mayoral Debate
2. Metro's Board of Directors put off voting on a proposed fare hike two weeks ago, but the issue is expected to come up again at today's meeting. If approved, it would make the base rail fare $1.75 with a SmartTrip card, and $2 if you're paying cash.
1. Now that most brackets are busted and office pool championship aspirations are blown to smithereens, we can finally stop being surprised in this NCAA tournament. If only. There are 16 teams remaining, with eight games today and Friday to decide the Elite Eight. But it would be unwise to expect the shock factor to discontinue.