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Kaya Henderson will soon be running the school-closing gantlet. (Matt McClain/The Washington Post)

In other news:

That earthquake we had was a bit of a geological anomaly (Post)

Six students arrested in Capitol Hill D.C. voting rights protest (Hatchet)

Movement at the Hecht’s warehouse in Ivy City? (WBJ)

Child abuse alleged at Eastland Gardens day care center (WRC-TV)

Two laptops taken from D.C. Auditor’s office (WUSA-TV, D.C. Wire)

Furlough repayment compromises: Two, not four; or future paid time off for city workers instead (D.C. Wire, Examiner, WaTimes)

DCPS cheating probe to wrap up soon, Henderson says (D.C. Schools Insider)

Gray on United Medical Center: “We need that hospital.” (Informer)

Why Harry Jaffe is wrong about urban development (Slate)

Why D.C. is wrong about urban development (Atlantic)

More on Chartered Health Plan’s dismal recent finances (WBJ)

Gray and Kwame Brown: Nothing to see here, folks! (Examiner)

Meet the guy who’s buying up all the city’s affordable housing (Housing Complex)

Everything you ever wanted to know about “Da Butt” (City Paper)

Irv Nathan’s prepared to sue double-dippers (Post)

More thoughts on the District’s abortive lurch toward all-night-dom (Young & Hungry)

Did a voluntary agreement kill a burger joint’s hopes of late-night hours? (Blade)

Car2Go’s autos are getting ticketed, but don’t you worry about that (TBD)

Man, 36, found dead in Trinidad alley (Crime Scene, Homicide Watch)

Why not index the District’s minimum wage to inflation? (Poverty & Policy)

Lee Satterfield would like to remain chief judge of D.C. Superior Court (Legal Times)

Superior Court Judge Linda Davis retires (Legal Times)

Way more about the Park Service and pedicabs (TBD)

Throwing a block party? Go see DDOT. (Curbed)

A Deborah Simmons civics lesson (WaTimes)

Why flat-rate fares don’t make sense for Metro (GGW)

No more “market” for Nats Park “fairgrounds” (JDLand)

Wal-Mart donates truck to Capital Area Food Bank (WRC-TV)

Utah State University takes note of Kwame Brown’s legislative agenda (Utah Statesman)

Mike DeBonis covers Congress and national politics for The Washington Post. He previously covered D.C. politics and government from 2007 to 2015.


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