Morning Rundown

by Andrea Swalec February 6, 2015 at 10:25 am 0

Eastern Market

WAMU Series on Capitol Hill — WAMU is airing nine radio segments on Capitol Hill today. Topics include why Reservation 13 hasn’t been redeveloped, Hill parenting culture, and the history of the Hawk ‘n’ Dove. [WAMU]

Veteran Threatened Shooting at Capitol Building — An Army veteran threatened to shoot his wife and others at the Capitol Building, federal prosecutors say. The 33-year-old texted threats to his wife, a Senate staffer, on Monday, according to authorities. [NBC Washington]

CSX Tunnel Construction Update — CSX representatives showed locals how Virginia Avenue Tunnel construction will affect traffic, trees and sidewalks in the first four months of work. [JDLand]

A Look at NoMa Real Estate — The Washington Post profiled NoMa, checking the status of home sales and store openings. “NoMa feels spacious. It’s busy but not crowded,” the story says. [Washington Post]


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