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Residents debate Hogan's treatment of county

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Residents debate Hogan's treatment of county

SEABROOK – Although state and county legislatures break for the summer, residents still find time to speculate on the political climate surrounding the county where they live.

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Teacher, organizations create No Bully Zone for students

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Teacher, organizations create No Bully Zone for students

DISTRICT HEIGHTS – A growing problem, bullying, has brought together an expanding list of organizations willing to help address it.

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State restores most youth services bureaus funding, Greenbelt CARES left out

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State restores most youth services bureaus funding, Greenbelt CARES left out

GREENBELT – Most of the county’s youth services bureaus have had their funding restored for fiscal year (FY) 2017, but the Greenbelt CARES program is still pleading its case.

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State News

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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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Crime

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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

Forestville's Fox impressive in main event debut

Forestville's Fox impressive in main event debut

CRYSTAL CITY, Va. – For the first time, The Hilton Hotel in Crystal City, hosted a professional boxing match, and for the first time as a pro, Forestville’s Mykal Fox was the main event bout.

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Pyramid Atlantic opens new home in Hyattsville

Pyramid Atlantic opens new home in Hyattsville

HYATTSVILLE – In a newly renovated building that pays homage to its history, donning industrial themes, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center opened in its new Prince George’s County home on Saturday.

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.

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