A melee at Anacostia High School in Washington, D.C., left five students injured, including three with stab wounds, on a day when police, parents, teachers and city officials held a series of meetings to discuss ways of curbing youth violence. The disturbance began when two students began fighting in a second-floor hallway. While officers assigned to the school were breaking up the fight, someone set a small fire in another hallway on the floor. As the school's 1,100 students were evacuated, more fights broke out. Five students were taken to hospitals -- three with stab wounds, one who was hurt in a fight and one who had an asthma attack.To read The Washington Post article, click here.