WTTG-TV’s Wisdom Martin interviews the Bahrwani family, who had brought their newborn, Ariella, home to their townhouse next to the Southeast Freeway last week. Early Sunday morning, they got a terrible surprise: Bullets fired from the freeway came through the window of the baby’s room. Says dad: “The baby would have been in the bassinet. The bullet went in probably about six inches above the bassinet. ... On one hand, it sucks that it happened. On the other hand, it could have been a lot worse.”

In other news:

The Bellevue Library? Or the William O. Lockridge Library? (Post, GGW)

Revolutionary War re-enactor who brought muskets into D.C. isn’t happy how Capitol Police, MPD treated him (Fox News Radio)

Duke Ellington School of the Arts principal is off to L.A. (Post, LA Times)

Courtland being Courtland (City Desk)

”Arrest someone, please” (G’town Dish)

D.C. cops write a lot of distracted -driving tickets (Examiner)

Christopher Barry to be sentenced today on drug charges (Crime Scene)

Everyone’s making sure there are enough cops (WaTimes)

Bag tax bad for pooper scoopers (City Desk)

Was Fiesta D.C. especially rowdy or badly organized this year? (DCist)

Business opposition to unemployed-rights bill is muted, for now (DCist)

Senior grocery program in danger (Housing Complex)

D.C. hits Wall Street today (Bloomberg)

City program aims to identify autistic kids early (Examiner)

Hate crime hearing set for Nov. 2 (D.C. Center)

Look who’s on the Education Finance Commission (Post)

Classic cameras coming to downtown (WBJ)

Adios, Playbill Cafe (PoP)

A butcher shop will go where Georgetown’s Griffin Market was (WBJ)

Jair Lynch is in on H Street NE (Housing Complex)