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Police & Fire
The Prince George's Sheriff's Office remember two fallen deputies on the 10th anniversary of their deaths.
A judge ruled Thursday that Neil Prescott, the man who reportedly threatened co-workers in Prince George's County, will now be monitored by GPS.
Among the eight deaths, a 17-year-old girl slain in her bedroom and an 18-year-old found in the street.
Prince George's County police return to the scene to find more clues in the death of 17-year-old Amber Stanley.
Adrian Morris, 23, of Laurel was honored Tuesday when the Prince George's County Police Department posthumously promoted him to Police Officer First Class.
Police & Fire, Local Connections
New Memorial remembers Sergeant James Arnaud and Deputy First Class Elizabeth Magruder.
Cause of Lanham man's death unknown; police continue to investigate.
Police & Fire, Schools
Students say it was Jesse Wasmer, a guidance counselor at Perry Hall High School, who intervened during a shooting in the school's cafeteria.
Kevon Darnell Neal turned himself into police on Friday
Government, Police & Fire
Police investigate death of officer killed in beltway crash, dinosaur footprints at NASA Goddard from three different species, and local high school highlighted for hunger fight.
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