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Vince Gray keeps on keepin’ on despite lengthy federal probe. [Times]

Hizzoner unveiled new five-year economic development plan that he says he doesn’t necessarily need to be around to execute. [WBJ]

Parents mad, WTU wants to add charter teachers because of proposed school closings. [Post]

H.R. Crawford says it was standard operating procedure for airport board members to get their friends and family jobs. [Post]

Mayor says Metro shouldn’t cut back service because of rock throwing (though MPD says stopping rock throwing isn’t its responsibility). [HC]

Food truck owners figure out how things operate in D.C., hire lobbyist, join business association. [Y&H]

Failed organic grocery store east of the river cost owner $1 million, city $900,000. [HC]

City fires contracting official who botched smart taxi meter solicitation. [Examiner]

Ward 6 Councilmartyr Saint Tommy Wells does not want people doing U-Turns on Pennsylvania Avenue. [DCist]

Mendo displeased with Board of Elections. [Examiner]

Kaya Henderson sounds like a robot. [DCist]