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Suitland prepares for Forestville transition

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Suitland prepares for Forestville transition

SUITLAND –When the school bells ring on Tuesday they will bring a number of changes to Suitland High School and big change for the students who are transferring from the now consolidated Forestville High School.

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Board swears in new student member

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Board swears in new student member

UPPER MARLBORO – Summer is almost over. School is about to start up again, and with a new school year comes the swearing in of a new student member on the Prince George’s County Board of Education.

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Hyattsville Police host community conversation for residents to speak

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Hyattsville Police host community conversation for residents to speak

HYATTSVILLE – In response to the tumultuous state of police-citizen relations across the country, the Hyattsville City Police Department looks to change how policing is done in the 21st century.

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Three people indicted on human trafficing charges

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Three people indicted on human trafficing charges

LANDOVER – A grand jury on Monday indicted three people on charges related to a human trafficking enterprise that operated throughout Maryland, including various Prince George’s County hotels, and involved more than 40 victims.

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UPDATE: Federal judge halts Purple Line construction

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UPDATE: Federal judge halts Purple Line construction

SEABROOK – A federal judge has effectively stopped the construction of the planned Purple Line, citing safety violations and decreased ridership at the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) over the past months.

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Metro discusses development, service hours

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Metro discusses development, service hours

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Although based in the District, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) Board of Directors made many decisions impacting Prince George’s County during their July 28 meeting.

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Upper Marlboro man shot, killed Sunday morning

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UPPER MARLBORO – A 22-year-old Upper Marlboro man was shot and killed early Sunday morning.

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Police seeking help in 7-Eleven shooting in Clinton

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Police seeking help in 7-Eleven shooting in Clinton

CLINTON – A 31-year-old 7-Eleven clerk from Upper Marlboro has become the county’s 54th homicide victim of the year after he was shot and killed during a robbery early Saturday morning in Clinton.

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Suspect, officer identified in last week's departmental shooting

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Suspect, officer identified in last week's departmental shooting

LANDOVER – Officials from the Prince George's County Police Department have identified the officer and suspect in the departmental shooting that happened last Thursday night near Seat Pleasant.

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Sports

Jones hurt, Cousins sits in the Redskins' win over the Jets

Jones hurt, Cousins sits in the Redskins' win over the Jets

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Washington Redskins starting running back Matt Jones got off to a hot start in the team’s 22-18 victory over the New York Jets on Aug. 19 at FedExField.

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UniverSoul Circus, local youth and the county police department join together for a special ‘Unity Matters’ event

UniverSoul Circus, local youth and the county police department join together for a special ‘Unity Matters’ event

NATIONAL HARBOR – The UniverSoul Circus was proud to partner with local youth and the Prince George’s County Police Department for a special evening at the July 21 performance at National Harbor – ‘Unity Matters – Youth and Police Working Together to Bring Unity to the Community.’

Young author encourages self-love through coloring book

Young author encourages self-love through coloring book

UPPER MARLBORO – Countless conversations unfolded in a sun-filled field near The Show Place Arena on July 31, during Prince George’s County Councilman Mel Franklin’s sixth annual Family & Friends Day.

Performing arts center gives glimpse of Broadway, offers dance to youth

Performing arts center gives glimpse of Broadway, offers dance to youth

TEMPLE HILLS - Many parents in Prince George’s County enroll their children in a variety of summer day camps ranging from engineering to basketball to arts and crafts.

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