Morning Rundown

by Andrea Swalec February 10, 2015 at 9:20 am 0

Commandant's House at the Marine Barracks

Hill Family Fighting School Truancy System — The mother of a Brent Elementary School student is facing criminal child neglect charges after she traveled to Mongolia with her son to adopt a child. D.C. Public Schools considered the child’s absence truancy and began court proceedings. [Washington Post]

Business Owner’s Dog Seized by Police — The owner of Little Miss Whiskey’s Golden Dollar has filed a lawsuit claiming police seized his dog and unlawfully searched his home. He links the search to a conflict he had with ANC 5D Commissioner Kathy Henderson. [U.S. District Court]

Why a DeLorean Visited the Capitol Building — It turns out the DeLorean and Marty McFly lookalike spotted near the Capitol last week were part of a campaign for telecommunications law reforms. [The Heritage Foundation]

Southeast-Southwest Freeway Confusion — New exit signs for eastbound traffic on Southeast-Southwest Freeway contradict each other. The C Street SW exit is marked both as Exit 2B and Exit 6. [WTOP]

‘The Real D.C.’ From A to Z — A new book made by D.C. teens takes an alphabet tour of “the real D.C.” X is for X2 bus, G is for go-go and P is for Potomac River. [Frozen Tropics]


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