After hitting all kinds of heat records, D.C. marks a new low; the Health Department put the kibbosh on goat yoga; and other news of the day over in the District.
- Why it took 100 years to get a WWI Memorial started in D.C. [WAMU]
- The District just launched two new programs to help vets. [NBC4]
- The Health Department has again kicked down the idea of goat yoga. [Washingtonian]
- Saturday marked D.C.’s official first freeze of the season, setting a cold record for the date. [Post]
- Meteorologists are also expecting more snow this season than last. [NBC4]
- Help name a NoMa park. [Survey Monkey]
- Woman foils mid-day home invasion in Southeast by pushing burglar out of the house. [Post]
- DCist’s weekly movie picks lives on! [PP]
- Boy appears to have been hit by a police cruiser while riding his bicycle, but a police review board finds “insufficient evidence” of the accusation. [Post]
- Meet two more entrants into the At-large D.C. Council races. [Post]
- Can confirm: this local frozen pizza company definitely doesn’t suck. [WCP]
- Reminder to have working carbon monoxide detectors, particularly around this time of year. [WJLA]
- United Medical Center nurses say the Bowser administration is giving their contract the runaround. [WBJ]
- More Metro trains were on time this quarter. [WAMU]
- And a “long-awaited” report on how to fix the system. [Post]
- While some lawmakers think that fare evasion shouldn’t be criminalized. [Post]
- Alert: Free waffles. [Facebook]
- Student group advocating for only heterosexual marriages will get to keep its funding. [Blade]
- Partner in Tadich Grill says he knew nothing about racially motivated family estrangement, and the company lost millions because of it. [Post]
- Moorish nationalists lay claim to D.C. mansion. [NBC4]
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