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Gov. Hogan, County Exec. Baker at odds over hospital funding

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Gov. Hogan, County Exec. Baker at odds over hospital funding

UPPER MARLBORO – County Executive Rushern Baker III continues to push Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan to immediately release $15 million in operational funding for the Prince George’s County Medical Center even after Hogan announced a plan to provide funding for the facility through fiscal year 2021 (FY21).

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Baker administration unveils 2016 state legislative priorities

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Baker administration unveils 2016 state legislative priorities

ANNAPOLIS – The Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) and the office of County Executive Rushern Baker III partnered to present the 2016 Capital Access Reception, where the administration unveiled its legislative priorities for the 2016 General Assembly session.

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Disability, farm advocates dominate budget session

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Disability, farm advocates dominate budget session

LARGO – Developmental disabilities and agriculture aren’t often grouped together, but those were the two topics brought up the most at the county budget listening session on Thursday, Feb. 4.

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State News

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Gov. Hogan touts bipartisanship in State of the State address

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Gov. Hogan touts bipartisanship in State of the State address

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland has seen quite a year. From protests and riots in Baltimore City to the governor’s cancer diagnosis, from the announcement of the Purple Line funding to a historic snowfall in the first month of this year, Gov. Larry Hogan said the state has been tested, but made it through all their trials by coming together.

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Turner, Davis withdraw from crowded D4 Congressional field

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Turner, Davis withdraw from crowded D4 Congressional field

LARGO – The 4th District Congressional race was shaken up last week with the withdrawal of two Democratic candidates, former county council member Ingrid Turner and current state Del. Dereck Davis.

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State bill would mandate funding for new regional hospital

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State bill would mandate funding for new regional hospital

ANNAPOLIS – Leaders in both the state House of Delegates and Senate have introduced a measure that would require the governor to provide funding for the operation and construction of a new regional medical center in Prince George’s County.

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Quick arrest made in Temple Hills shooting

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Quick arrest made in Temple Hills shooting

TEMPLE HILLS – A quick arrest was made by homicide detectives from the Prince George's County Police Department in the 10th homicide of the year that occurred early Friday morning in Temple Hills.

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Deadly week continues in Prince George's County

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Deadly week continues in Prince George's County

HILLCREST HEIGHTS – It has been a violent week in Prince George's County.

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County up to nine homicides

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County up to nine homicides

SEAT PLEASANT – As homicide detectives from the Prince George's County Police Department were closing the case on a double homicide of a mother and her two-year-old daughter on Tuesday, they also closed the case on a homicide that occurred Saturday afternoon in Seat Pleasant.

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Sports

Riverdale Baptist's McPhearson headed to Penn State

Riverdale Baptist's McPhearson headed to Penn State

LARGO – Head Coach Caesar Nettles and the Riverdale Baptist football had one of their biggest National Signing Days ever on Wednesday.

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Features

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Lanham’s Lio Rush to compete for Ring of Honor contract

Lanham’s Lio Rush to compete for Ring of Honor contract

LANHAM - Pro wrestling has seen many great talents over the years, such as Hulk Hogan and John Cena. However, there are talents who get lost in the “land of the giants.”

Teeing off for a brighter future: Youth learn business through golf

Teeing off for a brighter future: Youth learn business through golf

UPPER MARLBORO – Golf and business are often coupled together and for one local nonprofit, golf is a way to bring the youth into the ways of the small business world.

ICE! comes back to National Harbor

ICE! comes back to National Harbor

NATIONAL HARBOR – Past the gingerbread station, through the Christmas shop and over by the hot chocolate booth, you will find – ICE!

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