This building at 1300 Congress St. SE was meant to house low-income youth but remains vacant. (Tracy A. Woodward/THE WASHINGTON POST)

In other news:

Most D.C. Council incumbents “appear to be coasting to another term” despite scandals, dissatisfaction (Post)

So that trip to New Hampshire didn’t turn out so well (Post, WaTimes, WTTG-TV, DCist)

But the show must go on (Examiner)

It’s tough being a taxi inspector (Post)

They tased you, bro (Crime Scene, NSFW YouTube)

Occupy D.C. prepares for camping ban set to take effect at noon (Post, Occupy DC)

Police chase following shooting ends in catastrophic wreck on Taylor Street NE, killing two in pursued vehicle and injuring two cops (Post)

Sounds like Jack Evans is leaning toward iGaming repeal (WaTimes)

Jonetta Rose Barras wants the lottery contract bid from scratch: “Perhaps the third time will be the charm.” (Examiner)

Colby King asks: Does lottery contract saga show D.C. government’s “amorality”? (Post)

Taxicab Commission chairman explains why he had no choice but to crack down on Uber (Post op-ed)

Gray backer Alice Rivlin joins the chorus criticizing his administration’s charter school funding posture (Post op-ed)

Streetcars stopped running in D.C. 50 years ago Saturday (Post)

”Good teachers are spread fairly evenly throughout the District,” but some disparities exist (Examiner, Examiner)

One City Summit contract was sole-sourced (Examiner)

Give Vince Gray some kudos for “One City, One Hire” (GGW)

Weekend incidents at New Beginnings send youths, guard to hospital (WaTimes)

Shadow Sen. Michael D. Brown stands up for standing up for statehood (Post letter)

D.C. Public Library overhauls fine system (Examiner)

Former cop gets six months for receiving stolen property (WaTimes)

Wilson Building lobbyists can get away with saying not all that much on disclosure forms (Loose Lips)

More on the “game-changing” economic impacts of streetcars (Capital Business)

More on the Walter Reed plan now before the D.C. Council (Examiner)

How a conscientious lawyer saved one D.C. youth from oblivion (HuffPo)

Still more HPRB nominees (Housing Complex)

OAG wants Capitol Hemp’s landlord to evict the head shop (Washingtonian)

It pays to be a Capitol Police officer (Fox News)

Collapsed building’s owner has a history with this sort of thing (Patch)

Dalontray Williams, 19, dies after being stabbed, stumbling into Kennedy Rec Center (Homicide Watch)

Fast Gourmet to expand to non-gas-station location (Borderstan)

Potential moon-colony statehood is truly an insult (DCist)

University of Colorado finds fertile recruiting ground at Woodson High (Daily Camera)