Morning Rundown

by Andrea Swalec April 2, 2015 at 9:10 am 0

Public art at 1st and M streets NE

Woman Charged With Murdering Hill Lawyer — A 21-year-old woman has been charged with murder for the stabbing death of Capitol Hill resident David Messerschmitt, police announced. The 30-year-old was found Feb. 10 in a hotel near Thomas Circle. Investigators think robbery was the motive. [Washington Post]

A Look at Iron Ornaments for the Dome of the Capitol — A Post reporter traveled to Utah to see how cast iron flowers, acorns and grape clusters are being poured to decorate the dome of the Capitol building. [Washington Post]

H Street Wal-Mart on NPR — For the past two days, NPR has reported on urban Wal-Mart stores, including the H Street NW location. Workers said they’re happy to have jobs but some still need public assistance because they can’t get scheduled for enough hours. [NPR]

It’s Little League Season — The Capitol Hill Little League season started over the weekend, with a visit from the Racing President William Taft. [The Hill Is Home]


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