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Prince George's County Executive Rushern Banker has nominated the interim chiefs of the county police and fire departments to become the full-time chiefs of those departments.
Drivers aren't getting any tips on where the cameras will be activated.
Elected leaders have had unified praise for the efforts of firefighters following this weekend's wildfires, but Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker already has raised a concern he intends to examine.
Mark Plotkin, WTOP Political Analyst
One day after former Prince George's County Executive Jack Johnson was indicted in federal court on charges of conspiracy, extortion and bribery, Prince George's County officials say fighting corruption is top of mind. But there's a problem. The agencies supposedly serving as government watchdogs appear to be missing some teeth.
As Prince George's County detectives investigate a new murder Wednesday morning -- the 14th in 2011 -- county leadership is reaching out to both the federal government and local citizens to help stay the killing streak.
Prince George's Count Police have been making progress in 13 homicide cases, with arrests in four of them. Magaw is quick to point out one of the cases may not be criminal, describing it as a "justifiable homicide." Still, the surge in violence has the agency on the alert.
Maryland officials are taking a hard look at safety in both the community and the classroom.
Prince George's County is bringing in over 100 federal agents to help stay the violence that has killed 13 people in the first two weeks of the year, and a former Governor and County Executive says this isn't the first time this has happened.
2011 has been violent for Prince George's County, with at least 13 murders in first 13 days of the new year.