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Ex-D.C. teacher added to FBI Most Wanted list; Freedom Plaza occupiers prepare for move to McPherson Square; Brits try to save red squirrels from American grays (A.M. Buzz)

2008 photo of Eric Justin Toth. (Courtesy of FBI)

Here are our picks for the top local stories you should read today:

Ex-teacher added to Ten Most Wanted list.The FBI added Eric Toth, a former D.C. private teacher wanted for allegedly producing child porn.

‘Occupy’ move from Freedom Plaze to McPherson Square includes kitchen tent. Freedom Plaza’s Occupiers are moving to McPherson Square, and they plan on bringing their two large tents with them, including the one that can operate as a full-service kitchen.

Special session likely in Md. Following the eye-popping collapse of a package of tax increases, the Maryland General Assembly will probably be forced to reconvene to try to finish the job.

Squirrel Week: Bushy-tailed invaders. British conservationists are trying to save red squirrels from our marauding grays.

Coming up on PostLocal:

— What makes the D.C. housing market so expensive? Find out in our Where We Live blog.

— Today’s live chats: Tom Sietsema on dining out in D.C. at 11 a.m.; Free Range on Food talks about breakfast at 12 p.m.; the Reliable Source columnists also chat at noon.

— Weather: If you like jackets and sweaters then today’s your day. Stay with Capital Weather Gang to find out when the warmth will return.

View Photo Gallery: Mickey Bolek, who dreamed since childhood of becoming an ice skater, will compete nationally Friday in the 2012 U.S. Adult Figure Skating Championships. Read related article.


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