Banita Jacks in 1999 (AP)

In other news:

Leads are thin in Northeast Boundary murder as cops and residents talk “straight past each other” (Post)

Cops need help IDing victim of possible anti-transgender crime (Post, Blade)

D.C. Jail officer accused of making anti-transgender threats (WAMU-FM)

A “wide-ranging interview” with Kwame Brown includes pledge to reform constituent service accounts (WaTimes)

”Given the failure of the city’s leaders to speak out against wrongdoing, it’s hard to be optimistic” about ethics reform (Post editorial)

Gray administration to re-pursue development of Stevens and Franklin schools (Capital Business)

More DCPS teachers are accepting performance-based raises (WAMU-FM)

FOP/MPD squabble now extends to this weekend’s emergency overtime (WJLA-TV)

Are food stamps not providing enough food for D.C. families? (Poverty & Policy)

Former Gray campaign chief Adam Rubinson now behind Florida Avenue business incubator (WBJ)

Lisa Mallory of DOES talks about the “bad movies” about D.C.’s workforce (Housing Complex)

The skinny on Metro’s take-home cars (Examiner)

Former WASA board chair joins Obama administration infrastructure panel (Legal Times)

Help D.C. get sustainable (GGW)

Tenleytown gets denser (Housing Complex)

The H Street NE liquor license moratorium talk has begun (Prince of Petworth)

Did you know that iGaming is also proof that the government doesn’t work? (WaTimes)

The case for more festivals (Borderstan)