Joslyn N. ​Williams, president of the Metro Labor Council AFL-CIO, and Muriel Bowser, the Democratic mayoral nominee, confer Monday morning after an endorsement event outside the labor group’s national headquarters in downtown Washington. (Mike DeBonis/The Washington Post)

Monday was, for the most part, a good day for Muriel Bowser’s mayoral campaign. The Democratic nominee accepted the expected but notable endorsement of the city’s umbrella labor organization, calling it a “big boost” to her campaign. The bigger boost, however, came from the more than 1,000 new donations she reported late Monday, pushing her bank account over the $1 million mark with less than three months until Election Day. Nearest competitor David Catania said he raised an additional $220,000, but he still has less than half the cash Bowser does. No matter, his campaign  manager said Monday — that’s how “anti-establishment” candidates roll. Or is that “get steamrolled”?

In other news:

City asks court to order sale of Park Southern apartments, citing “gross mismanagement and neglect” by politico Joyce Scott (PostWAMU-FM)

Bowser accepts Metro Labor Council endorsement as its leader warns against a Catania mayoralty (PostLoose LipsWRC-TV)

Why John Hinckley probably isn’t going to get charged with Jim Brady’s murder (PostWashingtonian)

Knijah Amore Bibb, 3-year-old D.C. girl shot in Landover, may be dead over clothes dispute (Post)

At Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens, possible resting place of Relisha Rudd, “sadness haunt[s] one of the region’s summer miracles” (Post)

How D.C. Medicaid fraudsters managed to bilk the government out of tens of millions of dollars (WBJ)

Bowser hints her debates should include all candidates — all of them (Loose Lips)

Kris Hammond, GOP chairman candidate, swears off corporate money (DofD)

Supermarkets as “agents of gentrification” (Gawker)

DDOT proposes to upgrade 16th Street bus service without dedicating lanes (Dr. GridlockGGW)

Mayoral photographer extraordinaire Lateef Mangum says he’s retiring for real this time (WRC-TV)

In case you haven’t read enough about Courtland Milloy and bikes (City DeskHousing ComplexDCist)

D.C. doctors are now free to prescribe marijuana to whomever they feel could use it (WAMU-FM)

Kieva Hooks, accused of stabbing her mother 37 times in her Columbia Heights apartment, will remain in jail (Post)

Recent spate of carjackings (Post)

Some D.C. United fans seek to quell your stadium doubts (Black & Red United)

Chuck Brown Park dedication set for Aug. 22 (PoPville)

Could a “Community Improvement Corridor” help Ward 7? (ElevationDC)

City financial regulators issue new crowdfunding rules, allowing small businesses to raise up to $2 million in equity (WBJ)

Is busking free speech? One would-be Metro musician says yes (City Desk)

Doug Jemal has new plans for 5th and H streets NE (UrbanTurf)

Development on Florida Rock property south of Nationals Park moves closer to reality (WBJ)

Michelle Rhee is now in the fertilizer business (Columbus Business First)