A bullet hole in the South Capitol Street building outside where three people were gunned down. (Gerald Martineau for The Washington Post/THE WASHINGTON POST)

In other news:

WAMU-FM’s news director leaves abruptly, over “firewall” concerns (Erik Wemple, DC Porcupine)

In defense of how the D.C. police report their homicide closure statistics (Post letters)

Why charter schools shouldn’t necessarily be neighborhood schools (GGW)

On the pending erosion of the District’s competitive advantage in gay marriage (Housing Complex)

Average time for DMV to rule on a contested parking ticket: 132 days (Examiner)

More wholly unsurprising facts about parking tickets (Washingtonian)

Whistleblower fire lieutenant placed on leave for donning “DCFD” jacket (WJLA-TV, WTTG-TV)

The problem with charter school statistics (Answer Sheet)

Rest assured, Albert Haynesworth is making good progress on his community service (Crime Scene)

About that “tail kicking”... (Loose Lips)

Muriel Bowser pushes two-strikes law for bad city contractors (Examiner)

D.C.’s highest-grossing clubs: P.O.V. (at the W Hotel), Love, the Park at 14th (City Desk)

Pro-cheating Web site says D.C.’s a good place to cheat (The Buzz)

Petition: Lower those speed camera fines, please (DCist)

National Capital Planning Commission will vote March 1 on allowing Bikeshare stations on Mall (Post)

Buy a piece of Jaleo (PoP)

Remembering the Bayou, in film (Current via Dish)

Kinda surprised none of these people are Jack Evans (G’town Metropolitan)