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Posted at 06:37 AM ET, 09/29/2011

A.M. Buzz: The five stories you should read today

Here are our picks for the top five local stories you should know about as you start your day.

Patrick Casey (Family Photo)
Patrick Casey, a GW grad student and Afghanistan veteran, was killed in downtown D.C. during a confrontation he was trying to mediate.

The Lincoln Theatre, one of U Street’s most famous landmarks, may be forced to close within the year if it can’t secure additional funding.

Homicides in Prince George’s County are still a problem, police said, despite reporting that crime overall has dropped significantly in the five neighborhoods targeted in a special anti-violence initiative.

D.C.’s police academy is reopening in an effort to beef up the force after a funding mix-up halted the training of new recruits this year.

Harel Cohen, 6, blows a shofar. (Steve Jessmore - AP)
L’Shana Tova: Here’s the lowdown on when, where and what to eat during Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year.

Today, the woman accused of throwing her granddaughter from a mall walkway is back in court and Vice President Joe Biden will be in Alexandria to talk about how the American Jobs Act would support first responders.

Stay with PostLocal for these and more stories from around the region.

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