In the News @ 9

Fire fighters remain at the scene of a Capitol Heights fire…

Prince George’s County Fire Fighters are monitoring hot spots from yesterday’s massive blaze at a roofing company in Capitol Height’s. The 3 alarm fire destroyed two fire trucks when winds shifted. No one was seriously injured.

Single father of 7 and his children found dead, carbon monoxide…

A single father of 7 is found dead inside his Easternshore home with his children ages 6 to 16. Prince Anne County police believe they died of Carbon Monoxide poison. The father who worked in dinning services at the University of Maryland Easternshore, had started using a gas generator in the home after his electricity was cut off because he couldn’t keep up with the bill. The father has been identified as Rodney Todd.

A new candidate enters the race for President….

Senator Rand Paul is set to announce later this morning that he will seek the Republican nomination to run for President in 2016. This mornings announcement will be made before supporters in Louisville, Kentucky.

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