Morning Rundown

by Andrea Swalec April 1, 2015 at 9:50 am 0

Flowering tree near Hirshhorn Museum

Bowser Pledges to Close D.C. General, Create Affordable Housing — In addition to committing to starting service on the streetcar line, Mayor Muriel Bowser said she will work to close D.C. General, end “family homelessness by 2018 and all homelessness by 2025” and expand the use of body cameras by police. [Washington Post; WAMU]

Officer Honored for Bravery During Navy Yard Shooting — The D.C. police officer who fatally shot the Navy Yard shooter in September 2013 will be given a medal today in Maryland, where he lives. [NBC 4]

’63-Degree Eggs’ Served at Stanton & Greene — The Pennsylvania Avenue SE restaurant that replaced The Pour House is serving 63-degree eggs, a “creamy treat.” [Washington Post]


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