Morning Rundown

by Andrea Swalec April 20, 2015 at 9:20 am 0

Public art in NoMa

Man Charged With Murder After H Street Shooting — The man accused of fatally shooting a Census Bureau guard and then firing at police on H Street NE has been charged with murder. Ronald Anderson, 48, was critically wounded and has not yet appeared in court. [NBC Washington]

Beach Volleyball Players Protest New Policies on the Mall — People who play pickup games of beach volleyball on the sand courts near the Lincoln Memorial are fighting new reservation policies by the National Park Service. Previously available for free with no notice, use of the courts now requires a $30 fee and a reservation. [DCist]

What’s Wrong With One-Way Streets — Urban planners say one-way streets facilitate crime and speeding. [Washington Post]


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