WTOP’s Top 5 morning stories

The Nationals\' Adam LaRoche (25) and Jesus Flores (26) celebrate after they both scored on a double by Danny Espinosa during the Nats\' 5-2 win over Tampa Bay Thursday. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)

Good morning, Washington area! Here are five stories to keep you informed and get you going:

District remembers Metro crash victims 3 years later: The District is remembering the victims of Metro’s deadliest accident ever and honoring the heroism of first responders on the third anniversary of the Red Line crash. http://bit.ly/MOOWMc

Interim U.Va. president suspends role pending meeting: Interim University of Virginia President Carl Zeithaml said Friday he would step away from the role until the university’s Board of Visitors meets next week to consider reinstating ousted President Teresa Sullivan. http://bit.ly/MOOP35

Facial models may unlock murder mysteries: With the help of forensic anthropologists and artists with the FBI Forensic Anthropology Services and Forensic Imaging Unit, facial models have been made from the skeletal remains of three different men whose remains were found in different locations in Northern Virginia between 2003 and 2011. http://bit.ly/MOP3ak

‘Brave’ cowers beneath Pixar’s own high standards: “Brave” is Pixar’s thirteenth flick, and its 10th original concept if you lump sequels like “Toy Story 3″ and “Cars 2″ with their originals. It may be WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley’s least favorite, but it’s not bad by any means. Check out which ones make the Top 10 cut of Pixar films. http://bit.ly/MOPstu

Friday Freebies: Frozen treats and movie screenings. http://bit.ly/zPTrmq

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