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Maryland students protest police militarization

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Maryland students protest police militarization

COLLEGE PARK—University of Maryland students took a stand Monday as they marched across campus to oppose the university police department’s acquisition of military-grade weaponry.

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County extends deadline for MGM advisory commitee applications

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County extends deadline for MGM advisory commitee applications

After receiving only ten applications, Prince George's County extended the application period for people to apply to become a part of the Local Development Council. 

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Family and friends remember postal worker

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Family and friends remember postal worker

LANDOVER – Family, friends, co-workers and neighbors gathered for candlelight vigil Sunday night to remember a postal worker who died in 2013. 

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Maryland healthcare enrollment website “running smoothly”

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Maryland healthcare enrollment website “running smoothly”

After Maryland’s healthcare enrollment website experienced problems last year, officials say there have been no reported problems so far this year. 

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Maryland officials laud Obama's immigration plan

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Maryland officials laud Obama's immigration plan

WASHINGTON – In a move lauded by Democrats and lambasted by Republicans, President Barack Obama announced his plan Thursday night to sign an executive order shielding five million illegal immigrants being deported.

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Democratic incumbents rack up General Assembly victories in Prince George's

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Democratic incumbents rack up General Assembly victories in Prince George's

ANNAPOLIS - As voter precincts completed their reporting early Wednesday morning, the Congressional and General Assembly seats representing Prince George’s County districts continued to be held by incumbents.

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Police warn residents to not leave cars unattended

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Police warn residents to not leave cars unattended

BOWIE – With temperatures dropping and winter quickly approaching, Prince George’s County police are warning residents: do not turn your car on and leave it unattended.

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D.C. man stabbed to death in Landover

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D.C. man stabbed to death in Landover

A 32-year-old District of Columbia man is dead after he was stabbed to death early Sunday morning during a fight at the Local Celebrity Banquet Hall in Landover.

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Bowie State fires ex-NFL player after physical altercation

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Bowie State fires ex-NFL player after physical altercation

The Bowie State University athletics department terminated its relationship with former NFL player Charles Grant after a video showed the volunteer football coach body slamming a student-athlete, according to a press release from the university.

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Sports

Bowie State falls short against Alderson Broaddus 73-72

Bowie State falls short against Alderson Broaddus 73-72

BOWIE – The Bowie State University Bulldogs fell short in their comeback attempt Saturday night, dropping their home opener to Alderson Broaddus 73-72 at A.C. Jordan Arena.

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Local chef has big dreams

Local chef has big dreams

  BOWIE – For one local chef, what started as serving a complimentary dish at a birthday party has blossomed into a successful catering company.  

Auto body mechanic uses scrap metal to create masterpieces

Auto body mechanic uses scrap metal to create masterpieces

MARLOW HEIGHTS – For one employee at Sheehy Ford, the body shop is not only a work place—it is also a treasure chest of art supplies.

Local artists show off their work at Hyattsville Arts Festival

Local artists show off their work at Hyattsville Arts Festival

HYATTSVILLE – Nestled in the middle of dozens of booths at the city’s arts festival were the colorful vibrant paintings from local artist Jay Durrah.