A Teen Shot At School Clings Onto Life, Shooting Remains On The Loose, Government Shutdown Two Days Away…

A teen shot at school clings onto life, shooting remains on the loose…

Police in Prince George’s County are still searching for the person who shot a 17-year-old student from Oxon Hill High School yesterday. That 11th grader remains in critical but stable condition.

Montgomery & Prince George’s Counties produce the most speed cam tickets…

AAA Mid Atlantic is now reporting that the state of Maryland issued out 1.5 million speed camera tickets last year. Montgomery far outweighed Prince George’s County which came in second place. Of the 1.5 million citations issued Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties had 1.2 of those tickets. A profit for the state of $62 million dollars.

Government shutdown two days away…

We are two days away from a possible second government shut down this year. Both sides remain divided on issues of importance. It’s protection for Dreamers for the Democrats and it’s defense spending for Republicans. Sources say there is talk of another short-term funding bill that would give lawmakers another six weeks to come up with a budget bill to fund the Federal Government.

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