A 2010 murder scene. (Sarah L. Voisin/WASHINGTON POST)

In other news:

Tough consequences warranted for Harry Thomas’s “villainy” (Post editorial)

Under pressure from attorney general, Jim Graham agrees to limit nonprofit probe (Post)

D.C. Council to vote on $22 million furlough repayment plan (D.C. Wire, WaTimes, Examiner)

Homeless advocates storm council chamber to save housing funds (WJLA-TV, YouTube)

Vincent Gray names first transgender residents to Human Rights Commission (Blade)

TV news digs into Thomas sentencing (WRC-TV, WTTG-TV)

Waterfront residents push back on apartment tower plans (WTOP, Examiner)

A breakdown of the Gray spending request (Loose Lips)

Muriel Bowser mum on staffer’s alleged double-dipping (WAMU-FM)

Some skepticism on the Gray sustainability plan (Post editorial)

In case you ever wanted to imagine devouring a food critic (Young & Hungry)

Graham: “Mr. Sumptuary Taxman” (WaTimes)

Angelo Rao is named DDOT “parking czar” (Examiner)

Zoning Commission gives thumbs-up to Brookland development (@BrooklandCivic)

WAMU-FM knocks WTOP from its regional No. 1 perch (WBJ)

Frank Wolf wants independent IG for Airport Authority (Examiner)

Your newest Superior Court judge is Danya Dayson (Legal Times)

Only “plain truths” can offer solutions to black unemployment (Post letter)

Yay for the Fort Dupont ice rink, says Harry Jaffe (Examiner)

Today is Law Day. Ask your chief judges some questions on Twitter (PoP)

Phew: Fast Gourmet isn’t going anywhere (PoP)

This Bryce Harper guy isn’t much of a softball player (Deadspin)