The scene on G Street NW after Wednesday morning’s shooting. (Jonathan Newton/WASHINGTON POST)

In other news:

Linda Cropp has no regrets on how she handled the baseball stadium deal (WAMU-FM)

Help keep Homicide Watch from going dark for a year (Kickstarter, WJLA-TV, DCist)

Basis D.C., charter school “with a distinctive brand of academic rigor,” opens its doors this month (Post)

Activists lament “deplorable living conditions” at D.C. jail (Informer)

Which outsider will be D.C.’s mayoral savior this time? (Loose Lips)

Jay Mathews approves of IMPACT changes (Post column)

CoStar analyst: “evidence suggests that there is sufficient un-met demand to support the new Wal-Mart stores” planned for D.C. (Capital Business)

Pepco is not a fan of proposal to tie executives’ pay to its performance (WBJ)

Friendship gone bad and PCP led to “extremely disturbing and unprovoked” stabbing, authorities say (Post)

City employees will start getting furlough repayments next week (Examiner)

”While many of his colleagues on the D.C. Council are vacationing, attending parties and fundraisers, [Kenyan McDuffie] has his nose to the grindstone” (Informer)

Vincent Gray re-establishes Caribbean affairs commission (WAMU-FM)

Michael Brown says Maryland casino vote is bad for D.C. (Examiner)

What the city’s health care exchange will look like (WaTimes)

What changes to the city’s scooter laws could look like (GGW)

Gray campaign audit still delayed (Examiner)

Kwame Brown’s wife disputes credit card debt claim (Examiner)

Georgetown sexual assault is similar to MoCo incidents (Post)

D.C. real estate is back in insane territory (WBJ)

Ward 7 condo owners want city to take action against developer (WAMU-FM)

An independent education policy office for the D.C. Council? (GGW)

Wide variety of developers eye Shaw parcel (WBJ)

Miller & Long really likes RGIII (Sports Bog)