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Police: Brandon Miller, 46, shot and killed in Northeast D.C.

WASHINGTON (7News) — Metropolitan Police released the identity of a man killed in a shooting Saturday evening in Northeast Washington. The victim was identified Sunday as 46-year-old Brandon Dion Miller. Police responded to the report of a shooting in the 2200 block of 5th Street, NE. Officers found Miller suffering...
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Man Shot, Killed in Marlow Heights in Prince George's County

A man was shot and killed in Prince George’s County Sunday, police say. Officers responded to a parking lot in the 4500 block of St. Barnabas Road around 7 p.m. in the Marlow Heights neighborhood of Temple Hills, Maryland. Once there, police said they found a man suffering from gunshot...
TEMPLE HILLS, MD
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Large fight leaves man, juvenile girl shot outside Indian Head apartment complex

INDIAN HEAD, Md. — A large fight broke out in Indian Head that left one man shot along with a juvenile girl on Sunday, according to Charles County Deputies. Officials confirmed the fight broke out outside of a large apartment complex at the intersection of Blair Road and Strauss Avenue, with people running away as police arrived around 7:45 p.m., according to the Charles County Sheriff’s Office.
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Two Juveniles, One Adult Shot at Branch Avenue Metro Station in Suitland

Two juveniles and an 18-year-old were shot near the bus bay at Branch Avenue Metro station in Maryland Sunday night, according to a WMATA spokesperson. One of the minors suffered life-threatening injuries. The adult victim and other juvenile suffered not life-threatening injuries. Metro Transit Police responded to the shooting in...
SUITLAND, MD
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Person struck by Amtrak train in Aberdeen

BALTIMORE (WBFF) — Amtrak confirms one person was struck by a train in Aberdeen on Sunday afternoon. At about 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, September 26, Amtrak Northeast Regional Train 126, traveling from Washington, D.C. to New York, came into contact with an individual on the tracks near Aberdeen, MD. There...
BALTIMORE, MD
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Motorcyclist dies after crash in Silver Spring

A man died on Sunday after his motorcycle and another vehicle crashed in Silver Spring, Montgomery County police said. The man was riding a 2015 BMW S 1000 RR motorcycle south on New Hampshire Avenue near Northampton Drive around 2:25 p.m., police said in a press release on Sunday. His...
SILVER SPRING, MD
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Prince George’s Co. fourth gun homicide since Friday

Sunday night, police confirmed a man has died after a shooting in Temple Hills, Maryland. It was the fourth shooting-related homicide in the Prince George’s County since Friday and the sixth shooting. Police said the shooting happened before 7 p.m. at a parking lot on St. Barnabas Road. When officers...
TEMPLE HILLS, MD
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Sam Still A Major Hurricane; Tropics Active This Week

BALTIMORE (WBFF) — As we wrap up another month of the Atlantic hurricane season, the tropics stay active with a powerful hurricane plus three tropical disturbances. First up is Hurricane Sam. This category four storm is powerful and compact and traveling northwest at 8 mph with 130 mph sustained winds.
BALTIMORE, MD
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Crime log: Spouse of staff member carjacked by male suspect

GW Police Department officers responded to a report of theft. Upon arrival, officers made contact with a female employee who said a male subject stole orange juice from the store. – Case open. Theft II/From Building. Duquès Hall. 9/16/2021 – 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Open Case. Two male staff...
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Prince George's County surpasses last year's homicide numbers

PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, Md. (7News) — Prince George's County marked its 97th homicide for 2021 Sunday, surpassing the number of people killed in 2020 which was 94, and there are still three more months to go in the year. The latest fatal shooting took place around 7 pm in the...
TEMPLE HILLS, MD
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Mayor signs bill to help struggling families pay rent

Mayor Brandon Scott signed a bill into law Thursday that is designed to support financially struggling residents with housing assistance and relief amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. “Through your partnership and leadership, we are working tirelessly to minimize the impact of the pandemic on our most vulnerable residents,” Scott said during...
BALTIMORE, MD
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Progress at New Gaithersburg Elementary School at Kelley Park

Construction has progressed at the site of the new Gaithersburg elementary school that will be located at Kelley Park. In the photos below, courtesy of Matt Yates, you’ll see where things stand as of earlier today (below you can read more about the project objective a d history). The school...
GAITHERSBURG, MD

Human remains are buried near an 1814 Battle of Baltimore field hospital. Neighbors fear a developer’s plans threaten others yet to be found in the area.

Dundalk residents and some preservationist groups fear that a developer’s plans to build storage units on one of the last undeveloped pieces of battleground land from a key War of 1812 battle may destroy human remains that they believe are yet to be unearthed on the property. The proposed building would be an extension of a Prime Storage facility on North Point Boulevard, near Norris Lane. ...
BALTIMORE, MD
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GW Hospital records hundreds of emergency flights since helipad opening

Nearly two years after the GW Hospital opened its helipad for emergency medical transports, officials say the platform has helped hundreds of patients receive quick medical care. GW Hospital data shows about 220 flights have arrived to the helipad in the past 22 months since the site’s opening. Hospital officials...
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