Our usual PM Buzz blogger Patricia Sullivan is under the weather this afternoon, but here’s a round-up of what’s happened since you received your paper this morning.

D.C. officer charged with murder after woman, baby found dead in Pr. George’s

D.C. officer Richmond Phillips was charged after the bodies of a woman and her one-year-old child were found Thursday evening in the Hillcrest Heights area of Prince George’s County, said police.

7 years for ‘Loudoun’s Madoff’

Linda Tribby, the Loudoun County banker who admitted that she stole more than $14 million from her customers, was sentenced Friday morning to seven years in prison.

Women sue after jail orders bra removal

The lawsuit alleges that the Prince George’s County jail in Upper Marlboro violated the civil rights of two female visitors who were ordered to remove their bras before they went through the metal detector Wednesday, and seeks $1 million in damages.

Conservatives call on Richmond Federal Reserve Bank to take down gay pride flag

Del. Robert G. Marshall (R-Prince William), one of the most conservative members of the General Assembly is urging the Richmond Federal Reserve to take down the rainbow flag flying outside its building in conjunction with Gay Pride month.

For Bethesda firefighter, breast cancer hits home

After losing three sisters to cancer — all diagnosed in the span of a month — Bethesda’s Marshall Moneymaker turned to advocacy.

Claim your free doughnut in final hours of National Donut Day

Yes, today is National Doughnut Day, and both Krispy Kreme and Dunkin’ Donuts are getting in on the action. Krispy Kreme is offering a free doughnut to anyone who stops by a store. Dunkin’ Donuts is giving one away to any customer who buys a drink.

Race for the Cure pushes off Saturday

The 5K Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure kicks off Saturday and is likely to draw 40,000 runners and walkers to the Mall. Planning to participate? Tweet us your race photos with #DCRaceForTheCure, or upload them to our photo gallery.

4th Annual Post Hunt is Sunday

The Washington Post’s puzzle adventure tests players’ knowledge of the city.