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Man shot dead after police say he broke into his neighbor's home
Anyone with information on this case is asked to call the Homicide Unit at 301-772-4925. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), or go online at www.pgcrimesolvers.com, or use the “P3 Tips” mobile app (search “P3 Tips” in the Apple Store or Google Play to
Armed suspects carjack Uber driver in Montgomery County, police say
NORTH BETHESDA, Md. - Police are searching for four suspects who reportedly carjacked an Uber driver in Montgomery County, officials say. According to police, the 25-year-old driver picked up four people in the 11300 block of Cushman Road in Rockville Friday afternoon. However, during the ride, they
DeMatha beats Gonzaga 27-21 in triple-overtime victory - Hyattsville Life & Times
Marshawn Lloyd had a career night Friday in DeMatha's 27-21 victory over league rival Gonzaga. The junior from Middletown, Del., ran for 154 yards and scored four touchdowns, both career highs. Photo courtesy of Ed King
Maryland Man Killed Suspected Burglar in Temple Hills
Prosecutors are deciding whether a man should face charges for shooting and killing a man who he thought was a burglar. Cory Smith reports. (Published Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018)
Teacher fired after video shows her kicking student
The video shows Walker throwing the boy's backpack in the hallway and kicking his body so she could close the classroom door, newly released police video shows. The boy attempted to re-enter the class but Walker had locked the door, according to police.
Donald Trump says it looks like Jamal Khashoggi is dead and a top Saudi official ordered the murder
“Unless the miracle of all miracles happens, I would acknowledge that he’s dead,” Trump also said Thursday in an interview withThe New York Timesin the Oval Office, admitting that he believes intelligence reports pointing to a top Saudi official are accurate. “That’s based on everything—intelligence
Plans for new FBI headquarters change, could benefit Trump Hotel, say Democrats
WASHINGTON, D.C.- President Donald Trump appears to be more instrumental than previously known in scrapping plans to move the FBI headquarters out of Washington to the D.C. suburbs, according to newly released internal government emails.
PHOTOS: Third Hyattsville Zombie Run is another success - Hyattsville Life & Times
By KRISSI HUMBARD — Hundreds of runners dressed as zombies, witches, skeletons — and even tacos — walked, ran and stumbled through Hyattsville (zombies aren’t very graceful) to raise money for local schools over the weekend.
Investigation: Officer-involved shooting that left man dead in Maryland ruled justified
An investigation into a fatal shooting by police in Montgomery County in July has ruled the actions of the officer who pulled the trigger justified. Montgomery County police officer Edward Cochran was outside when he shot a suspect through a window of a Silver Spring townhome the night of July 23. I
DC police looking for weapon near Coolidge HS
WASHINGTON- D.C. police say they’ve converged in an area around Coolidge High School as they search for a weapon on Wednesday.Police responded to the scene in Northwest D.C. around 9:54 a.m.A FOX 5 photographer said he could see around nine police vehicles in the area.This is a developing story. Sta
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$5 million Mega Millions ticket sold in San Antonio; Jackpot grows to $868 million
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — No winning lottery ticket was sold for the latest Mega Millions drawing, meaning the jackpot climbs to $868 million.
Louis Farrakhan makes “anti-Termite” Jewish joke, supports Kanye West’s slavery comments
Farrakhan made the comments in Detroit during Sunday's 23rd anniversary event for the 1995 Million Man March in Washington, D.C. Speaking at the recently renamed Aretha Franklin Amphitheatre, the controversial minister said he supports Kanye West's remarks about repealing the 13th Amendment. Farrakh
DC Mansion Murders: Prosecution Makes Surprising Move
WASHINGTON, DC -- In a surprising new twist, the prosecution has raised the possibility that Daron Wint did not act alone in the slaying of the Savopoulos family in a wealthy D.C. neighborhood in 2015.
Plane carrying Melania Trump forced to turn around after cabin fills with smoke
Trump was on her way from Washington, DC to Philadelphia when “a minor mechanical issue” was reported on board, according to her spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham.
PG County Cop Charged With Rape, More Victims Possible: Chief
LANGLEY PARK, MD — A Prince George's County police officer pulled a woman over during a late-night traffic stop and raped her, the police chief says. The officer is in custody on multiple charges including first-degree rape, but Police Chief Hank Stawinski says there could be other women who were ta
'Really Buddies' Husband Says Of Dog That Killed Woman In DC
WASHINGTON, DC — The distraught husband of a Southeast DC woman who was fatally mauled Sunday night in their home by her pit bull mix dog says the attack happened in less than 15 minutes while he was out of the house. Robert Frazier said his wife, Angela Smith, 55, and their dog, Kaine, were "really
Mega Millions Jackpot Rises to $900 Million
The previous record Mega Millions jackpot was $656 million, shared by winners in Kansas, Illinois and Maryland in March of 2012.
At least 1 dead in violent crash on I-270 in Montgomery County
CLARKSBURG, Md.- Maryland State Police are responding to a fatal crash on I-270 Southbound near the Clarksburg exit.Police have not indicated how many vehicles are involved, nor have they said how many people were killed or injured.Video from the scene indicates that at least one lane is closed.This
Police Looking For Missing Wheaton Woman
WHEATON, Md. (WJZ) —Montgomery County Police are looking for a missing 38-year-old woman last seen in Olney, Md. on October 14.