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Delegates eye changes to school board

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Delegates eye changes to school board

LANDOVER – Recent scandals in the public school system have spurred both lawmakers and county residents to push for drastic changes in the school board.

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County residents prepare to help refugees

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County residents prepare to help refugees

GREENBELT – It has been a little more than a year since Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced that Maryland would not take in Syrian refugees, and Prince George’s County has seen approximately 400 refugees settle in Riverdale.

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Fighting food deserts a collaborative effort

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Fighting food deserts a collaborative effort

SEABROOK – While some residents are just finishing the last of their Thanksgiving leftovers, others in Prince George’s County find themselves with little access to fresh food at all.

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Metro approves rail hours reduction, D.C. promises veto

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Metro approves rail hours reduction, D.C. promises veto

WASHINGTON, D.C. – It took nearly two hours of discussion for Metro’s Customer Service, Operations and Security Committee to make a decision on changing Metrorail’s hours of operation.

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Sen. Ulysses Currie rescinds resignation

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Sen. Ulysses Currie rescinds resignation

SEABROOK – Just a day before his resignation from the General Assembly was set to take effect, Sen. Ulysses Currie (D-25) changed his mind.

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Judge reaffirms halt of Purple Line construction

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Judge reaffirms halt of Purple Line construction

SEABROOK – Purple Line opponents had an extra reason to be thankful last week after a federal judge reaffirmed his decision halting construction on the light rail project.

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Suspicious package outside county courthouse deemed non-explosive

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UPPER MARLBORO – The Prince George's County Court House, along with several businesses and a daycare center, were evacuated Wednesday afternoon after police found a suspicious package in a nearby truck.

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Shootings in Temple Hills leave one dead, one in hospital

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Shootings in Temple Hills leave one dead, one in hospital

TEMPLE HILLS – Prince George's County Police Department Homicide Detectives are investigating two separate shootings that occurred Monday night within 15 minutes of each other that has left one person dead and a second person in critical condition.

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Two firefighters indicted after fighting other firefighters on scene

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WEST LANHAM HILLS – Two volunteer firefighters from the West Lanham Hills Volunteer Fire Department were indicted by a grand jury on Tuesday for their actions at a house fire last December.

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PHOTOS: Sneak Peak of MGM National Harbor

PHOTOS: Sneak Peak of MGM National Harbor

NATIONAL HARBOR – A development years in the making is finally opening its doors this Thursday, and MGM National Harbor believes the opening is going to be monumental.

PHOTOS: PGCPS Marching Band Showcase

PHOTOS: PGCPS Marching Band Showcase

Check out the sights from Prince George's County Public Schools' Marching Band Showcase that took place last week at High Point High School.

Prince George’s County Fair back at Showplace Arena, continues traditions

Prince George’s County Fair back at Showplace Arena, continues traditions

UPPER MARLBORO – The Prince George’s County Fair is set to return to The Showplace Arena this Thursday – a year after a double-booking pushed them from the site.

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