Zoo welcomes new red pandas, man trashes neighborhood park, Metrobus collides with a vehicle, and other news of the day over in the District.
- Metro program to give riders automatic credit for delayed trips begins today. [NBC]
- Fun food and other events for your weekend. [Washingtonian/NBC]
- Ten injured in Metrobus crash. [Post]
- How much more could D.C. area renters pay if Amazon HQ2 comes to the region? [WBJ]
- Budding filmmakers will compete for cash at festival on Barracks Row. [WTOP]
- PoPville asks for money to support blog. [PoPville]
- Some D.C. educators felt pressured to pass failing students, survey says. [Post]
- 16-year-old girl shot in head near Gallaudet University. [NBC]
- A mother-and-son pair of red pandas, Nutmeg and Jackie, debuted at the National Zoo. [WTOP]
- Family reports sex abuse at D.C. boarding school where girl was found dead. [NBC]
- D.C. restaurant association to host first-ever sexual harassment training. [WBJ]
- More than a dozen gumbos to devour. [Eater]
- News anchors raise funds to support breast cancer screenings. [WTOP]
- Second man charged with murder in decade-old shooting. [Post]
- Metro is turning a Deanwood parking lot into a mix-use development. [Urban Turf]
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