Sherita McLamore-Hines, wife of jailed shopkeeper Malcolm Hines, stands outside City Beats, their shoe store. (Jahi Chikwendiu/WASHINGTON POST)

In other news:

Residents protest Congolese embassy’s paved front yard (Examiner)

D.C. settles with former United Medical Center owner -- prelude to a sale? (WBJ)

What was to be mixed use will now be a Pepco substation (WBJ)

Occupy D.C. orders food, then unorders food (@mattashburn)

Kwame Brown’s having some problems with his Prius’s temp tags (WRC-TV)

What you can’t take away from Natasha Dasher (Capital Business)

Life goes on at Uniontown (CHotR)

Harry Jaffe: DeOnte Rawlings case shouldn’t have been settled (Examiner)

FBI stats show hate crime jump (Examiner)

One dead in Carver-Langston double shooting (WRC-TV)

Spate of robberies in Southwest (Post)

Sulaimon Brown will go to trial on traffic charges in February (WAMU-FM)

Staff mutiny at WPFW-FM (Arts Desk)

MPD’s Breathalyzer chief isn’t off the hook in lawsuit (Legal Times)

An early look at the Ward 4 council race (GGW)

Jack Evans kicks off his seventh council campaign (Dish)

CityMarket at O construction starts for real Friday (DCmud)

Can more unskilled labor be built into the D.C. economy -- or any economy? (Housing Complex)

Neighbors dispute police account of Euclid Street car wreck (WUSA-TV)

More proposals for the Old Post Office Pavilion (Capital Business)

Could weird globe-shaped building be hub for Chinese pharma industry? (Housing Complex)

Cleveland Park gets to keep its upscale Irish pub a few more months (DCist)

Your Hilly winners (The Hill Is Home)

”Clearly, the D.C. politicians who came up with this half-baked process weren’t concerned about women or their particular needs.” (WaTimes)

Heavy D and Ron Moten, c. 1991 (@ronaldmoten)