Archive for category Sports May 2015

Pr. George's Tax Debate; Double Dose of Disappointment

May 14, 2015 - 01:29 PM
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Should the Prince George's County Council approve Executive Rushern Baker's request to raise the property tax?

We asked Former Councilman Jim Estepp.

And, the Caps and Wizards fail to clinch a win.

Sportswriter Sky Kerstein joined us to discuss last night's disappointing losses.

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Police-Community Relations; Local Sports Roundup

May 11, 2015 - 12:56 PM
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Delroy Burton, head of the DC Police Union, talked about body cameras and police-community relations.

And the DC Pro Sports Report's Tom Threlkeld talked about the Capitals, Wizards and Nationals.


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What's Next For Baltimore?; Busy Sports Weekend

May 4, 2015 - 10:02 AM
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In the aftermath of the crisis in Baltimore, how do we lift up low-opportunity communities? We talked with Raymond Bell of the HOPE Project, commentator Sharrarne Morton and community activist Bryan Weaver.


Then -- a wild weekend in sports. We discussed the draft, the fight, the Caps, Wizards and Nats with wtop.com's Noah Frank and Michael Williams 106.7 The Fan.


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Where is Walter Fauntroy?; Caps Defeat Rangers; 'Skins Pick Scherff

May 1, 2015 - 01:56 PM
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Reporter Sam Ford talked about his interview with Dorothy Fauntroy. The whereabouts of her husband, civil rights leader and former DC Delegate Walter Fauntroy, are not known.

Tom Threlkeld of the DC Pro Sports Report talked about the Capitals, NFL draft and Nationals.

**Our second half hour included breaking news coverage from the Baltimore State's Attorney on the Freddie Gray death investigation.**

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