Morning Rundown

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

Park Chelsea Apartments building, 880 New Jersey Ave. SE, March 9, 2015

Changing Voter Demographics in NoMa, H Street Corridor — Young, mainly white voters surged to the polls in gentrifying D.C. neighborhoods including NoMa and the H Street Corridor, according to an analysis of Nov. 2014 election data and U.S. Census Bureau data. District-wide, African Americans and senior citizens lost their majority among voters. [Washington Post]

Relisha Rudd Report Recommendations — Most of the recommendations D.C. government officials made after the disappearance of Relisha Rudd have been completed. [Washington City Paper]

Fox Spotted Near RFK Stadium — Photographer Jim Havard photographed a fox at sunset near the Anacostia River. [Twitter/Jim Havard]

Streetcar Poll Results So Far — We published a poll yesterday afternoon asking whether you think D.C. should scrap the H Street streetcar project. As of this morning, 63 percent of respondents said no.


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