Blue is white; red is black. (Center for Urban Research)

In other news:

Do you recognize the towel used to wrap the baby girl left on a Channing Street NE doorstep? (Crime Scene)

Police investigate student’s report of sexual assault at Ketcham Elementary (Crime Scene)

Marion Barry “has probably earned ... the Ward 8 seat for as long as he wants it,” but his challengers press on (Loose Lips)

Attempts to designate the D.C. War Memorial as a National World War I Memorial also slight Kansas City (McClatchy, Roll Call)

LivingSocial lost $558 million last year, not entirely unusual for a business of its ilk (Post)

Capital Bikeshare moves deeper into the suburbs (Post)

Procurement snafu causes monthslong hiatus in police complaint reviews (Examiner)

Recall organizer blew off mandatory elections board meeting (WaTimes)

Prince George’s tries prostitution-free zones, too (Gazette)

Food truck vendors are mostly happy with new vending regs (DCist)

BBQ Bus owner is new executive director of the D.C. Food Truck Association (All We Can Eat)

New Garfield Elementary principal accused of “unethical and unlawful” conduct in previous job (Answer Sheet)

Will Catholic University conference center planned for D.C. land finally get underway? (Housing Complex)

City touts unused production facility to bigwig producers (Examiner)

D.C.’s top five neighborhoods for real estate searches (Where We Live)

The city’s hotel-tax litigation is turning into quite something (WBJ)

More criticism of school facilities study (GGW)

IDEA Public Charter School fights to stay open (Examiner)

Wesley Heights home owner gets reprieve from vacant property tax (Post)

Community schools supporters still support community schools (Examiner)

Repeal sales tax on investigation firms that “is having a detrimental effect on the security and investigative services industry” (Post letter)

City’s top HIV/AIDS official takes your questions online at noon (WTOP)

Be a Pat Collins fan (Facebook)