VIA WASHINGTON POST: More than 3,400 Prince George’s County high school students remained without class schedules at noon Wednesday as top school officials acknowledged rising parent fury over logistical problems that have plagued the first week of the academic year. “We’re working to resolve it,” Superintendent William R. Hite Jr. said at an afternoon news […]

VIA WJLA: LINTHICUM, Md. – Customs officials say agents at BWI Airport found more than 2½ pounds of cocaine in the bra of a Washington, D.C., woman arriving from Jamaica. U.S. Customs and Border Protection spokesman Steve Sapp says officers at Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport became suspicious when the woman answered some of her […]

The Goodman Basketball League hosted its first charity basketball game at Georgetown’s McDonough Gym and host Mark Gray was there with SportsGroove TV.

VIA WUSA: WASHINGTON, DC (WUSA)–The Metropolitan Police Department is seeking the assistance of the public in attempting to locate a 13-year-old juvenile male. Prince Ronald Williams was reportedly last seen at approximately 3 pm on Saturday, August 15, 2009, leaving his residence located in the 4500 block of B Street, SE. As of this time, […]

VIA WJLA: WASHINGTON – Education Secretary Arne Duncan is marking the 46th anniversary of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s March on Washington a few days early with students from the Washington area. Duncan joined Tuesday with students and organizers working to build a memorial to King on the National Mall. At the memorial site, […]

VIA MYFOXDC: PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, Md. – The first day of class for hundreds and possibly thousands of public high school students throughout Prince George’s County was anything but smooth Monday. A computer scheduling snafu left many students with no class schedule, others with partial schedules and some with two classes at the same time. […]

VIA WASHINGTON POST: Maryland state employees will be forced to take as many as 10 days of unpaid leave as part of a new round of budget cuts that Gov. Martin O’Malley plans to propose this week, aides said. The $470 million in mid-year cuts that O’Malley (D) is expected to formally propose Wednesday will […]

VIA WJLA: WASHINGTON, D.C. – Class is in session for D.C. students, but parents at Burroughs Elementary School say the school’s recent renovations have left conditions unsafe for the students. PTA parents handed out face masks to students on Monday, claiming that the air quality inside the school is toxic. Although renovations to the school […]

VIA WJLA: HYATTSVILLE, Md. – The crew of ABC’s ‘Extreme Makeover: Home Edition’ is in the D.C. area and they are tackling two projects at once. Hyattsville homeowners Nikema and Tamara Tripp got the surprise of a lifetime. “We did not know anything,” said Nikema. Tamara said, “It’s just exciting for all of us. We’re […]

After their feeble offensive performance against the Baltimore Ravens it is put up or shut up time already for the Burgundy and Gold when the Pittsburgh Steelers visit FedEx Field Saturday night. Four quarters into the NFL’s preseason is by no means a reason to throw in the towel. However, if Jim Zorn and his […]