Three D.C. area men and one woman are sentenced for kidnapping, torturing and burning a disgruntled member of their drug operation. A Prince George’s County police officer rescues residents from a house fire. And the University of Maryland kicks off a beehive project in an unlikely location: a cemetery. These are the morning headlines from around the region.


Crew tortured, burned disillusioned member of D.C. drug operation

Md. officer competes in world police, fire games

Georgetown University students feel cheated by redistricting plan


Police officer rescues residents from Silver Spring house fire


Prince George’s County’s new 911 call center tested during Irene

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U-Md. launches beehive project in city cemetery