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WHEREIN: We bring you the developments (happening in and around DC) that we think are newsworthy, or, at the very least, almost newsworthy…

  • People rode the Silver Line 220,000 times this week. Wow. [via WMATA]

  • Dan Snyder, owner of the Redskins, wants to “help Indian Country.” [via WUSA9]
  • Marion Barry has got a hefty parking ticket tab. He owes $2.8k in unpaid bills spanning back to 2012. [via WUSA9]

  • The D.C. Office of Human Rights is launching a new way to report incidents of discrimination by cab drivers. [via DCist]
  • James Bulger, former Vince Gray staffer who threw a hissy fit at 14th Street’s Pearl Dive and Black Jack, is now working for Muriel Bowser. [via City Paper]
  • The Air National Guard got some sweet pics of pyrocumulus clouds collecting over the Oregon Gulch wildfire. [via Washington Post]

  • A second ebola victim has been taken to Atlanta for treatment. [via WJLA]
  • The streetcars began running together for the first time yesterday as operator training begins. Of course, there were tons of issues. [via WAMU]