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Police: 1 fatally stabbed in Md. gas station fight

CAPITOL HEIGHTS, Md. (AP) - Prince George's County Police say a man was stabbed to death and another man was injured in a fight at a gas station.

Officers were called to Meadow Way in Landover on Sunday evening for a report of stabbing.

Police say two men were stabbed in an altercation with a group of people at a gas station in Capitol Heights. They say the men drove to Meadow Way, where the first man died of his injuries.

Police say the second man's injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

Young has 3 TDs, Redskins top Chargers 30-24 in OT

LANDOVER, Md. (AP) - Darrel Young scored on a 4-yard run in overtime Sunday, the third touchdown of the game for the little-used fullback, giving the Washington Redskins a 30-24 win over the San Diego Chargers.

Young, who had carried the ball only twice all season entering the game, also had a pair of 1-yard touchdown runs for the Redskins (3-5), who scored on the opening drive of the extra period after winning the coin toss at the end of regulation.

Robert Griffin III completed 23 of 32 passes for 291 yards with one interception for Washington. Alfred Morris rushed 25 times for 121 yards and a score, and Pierre Garcon had seven receptions for 172 yards.

The loss ended a two-game winning streak for the Chargers (4-4).

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Police: Suspect wanted for homicide incident in Md.

HANOVER, Md. (WUSA9) -- Officials are seeking information regarding a homicide incident which happened on October 31.

The victim has been identified as Rene Filadelfo Levia Archila. The homicide happened at the 7400 block of Railroad Avenue. The suspect is described as white male, approximately 30-40 years of age, approximately 5'10" to 5'11" tall, medium to heavy build, with short dark hair (crew cut style), black facial hair (five o'clock shadow), police said.

He was last seen in a white or silver colored four door sport utility vehicle. A $2,000 cash reward is being offered to any information which leads to an arrest. If you have information, call police at 1-866-7LOCKUP.

Prince George's Co. police get new cruisers

LANDOVER, Md. (WUSA9) -- Prince George's County police showed off their new cruisers Thursday at FedEx Field in Landover, Md.

Police officials say that they haven't had new cars like these since the 1990s.

The cruisers, which are a different make and model and feature new color schemes and technology, display the department's Twitter handle @PGPDNews and the slogan "First to Serve."

There are 24 of the cruisers now but there will be a total of 75, say police. They hope to get at least six cruisers in every week.

Police are asking the public to weigh in on the new cars. You can let them know on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/#!/media/set/?set=a.680098678675267.1073741939.109400552411752&type=1

Sean Taylor jury back for more deliberations

MIAMI (AP) - The jury mulling the fate of a Florida man accused of killing Washington Redskins star Sean Taylor is back for day two of its deliberations.

Jurors began considering the case of Eric Rivera Jr. Wednesday evening and deliberated a short time. The 12-person panel is coming back Thursday morning to continue.

The 23-year-old Rivera faces life in prison if convicted of Taylor's slaying in November 2007. Testimony showed Taylor was fatally shot during a failed burglary at his Miami-area home by a group of young men from Fort Myers.

Rivera confessed to police but testified that his statement was coerced and that he didn't kill Taylor. Prosecutors say Rivera's confession is overwhelming evidence of guilt.

Taylor was a Pro Bowl safety and starred at the University of Miami.

Report: Snyder tells Goodell he won't change Redskins name

(USA Today) -- Redskins owner Dan Snyder met with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Tuesday, according to the Washington Post.

The paper's sources indicate that ... not much of note happened.


According to one person, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because neither the league nor the team publicly confirmed the meeting nor discussed what happened in it, Snyder reiterated to Goodell that he has no plans to change the Redskins' name.

Glad they took the time to get together then. Oh, wait. What's that, you say?