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Bowie has grown from a small agricultural and railroad town to one of the largest and fastest growing cities in Maryland. It has nearly 2,000 acres set aside as parks or open space. It has 72 ball fields, three community centers, an ice arena at Allen Pond Park, the Bowie Town Center, the 800-seat Bowie Center for the Performing Arts, a 150-seat theatrical playhouse, a golf course, and three museums.

Population: 50269
Local Newspapers: Baltimore Sun
Local Sports Teams: Bowie Baysox (Double A Baseball)
Local Colleges: Bowie State University

Zip Codes associated with bowie, maryland: 20715 20716 20720 20721 20774
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Bowie News
Maryland man found guilty of first-degree murder of government witness

A D.C. Superior Court jury Wednesday found a Bowie, Md., man guilty of first-degree murder in the 2011 fatal shooting of a man who federal prosecutors say was a witness in another murder case. During the nearly four-week trial, prosecutors argued that on Nov. 14, 2011, Stanley Moghalu, 30, walked up and fatally shot 27-year-old Ronald D. Smith to prevent the latter from cooperating with prosecutors and testifying in the trial of a man charged with murder six months earlier.

Bowie State student's stabbing death at University of Maryland to be prosecuted as a hate crime

A man charged with stabbing to death a Bowie State student was charged Tuesday with a hate crime, a Prince George's County grand jury ruled. "We are completely comfortable with the indictment in this case," the Prince George's County State's Attorney Angela Alsobrooks said in a press conference announcing the ruling Tuesday.

Severna Park Man Indicted For Hate Crime In Bowie Student's Killing

The University of Maryland student already indicted in the stabbing death of a black U.S. Army second lieutenant was indicted Tuesday afternoon with an additional charge of hate crime resulting in death, Prince George's County State's Attorney Angela Alsobrooks said. "We have taken the time that we thought was necessary for us to investigate all of the evidence in this case," she said.

White man charged with hate crime in black Army officer's murder in Maryland

A white man was indicted on a hate crime charge on Tuesday in the stabbing death of a newly commissioned black U.S. Army officer on the University of Maryland campus in May, a county prosecutor said. Sean Urbanski, 22, of Severna Park, Maryland, had already been indicted by a grand jury on a murder charge for the death of Lieutenant Richard Collins, 23. An investigation of digital material, including Urbanski's phone and computer records, prompted prosecutors to seek the hate crime charge, Angela Alsobrooks, the state's attorney for Prince George's County, told a news conference.

Report: Dad says daughter who ran over Miami Beach police may have had mental illness

A Bowie woman who was shot and killed by police in Miami Beach over the weekend may have been suffering from a mental illness, her father told NBC Washington . Cariann Hithon of Bowie was shot after she fled the scene of a Miami Beach car crash and rammed her damaged BMW into a responding police officer, injuring him, according to police.

Bowie Woman Killed By Police After Car Crashes In Miami

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Temple student fatally shot by police in Miami Beach

A 22-year-old female Temple University student was fatally shot Sunday evening by a police officer in Miami Beach after the car she was driving struck another officer in what appeared to be an attempt to flee the scene of an accident. "We are saddened to just be learning of the death of Cariann Hithon, a transfer student majoring in political science," said Temple spokesman Brandon Lausch in an email Monday night.

Woman Sues DC Massage Envy for $25M After Alleged Assault

A woman who says she was assaulted at a Massage Envy location in Northwest D.C. filed a $25 million lawsuit on Tuesday against the company and the massage therapist who she says attacked her. The alleged victim, who is not identified in the suit, says the franchise owners never should have hired the alleged attacker, 24-year-old Habtamu Gebreselassie, and that they knew he previously had been accused of assaulting women.

Champ House facility gets kudos from governor

Steve Clark, right, executive director of Champ House Recovery, leads Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford, left, on a tour of the group's transitional housing facility in Bowie Wednesday.

Tutu-Wearing Grandma, 98, Pops Champagne and Devours Cake in Birthday Shoot

At just two years shy of becoming a centenarian, Grandma Gladys still knows how to party, and her loving granddaughter is by her side to spark up the fun. To celebrate Gladys' 98th birthday on September 26, her granddaughter, Shannon Weikle, treated her to a colorful photoshoot-which featured Gladys dying her hair blue, sipping Prosecco straight from the bottle and destroying a cake with her bare hands.

The Oil Jihad: Should the Igbo secede or continue to agitate?C. Victor Mbakpuo, Bowie, Maryland, Usa

The responses I received suggest that some misconstrued my position or the thrust of my argument, provoking this sequel to clarify and address the critical issues of whether the Igbo should secede, the enabling arguments on agitation, and the fallacy of being landlocked as an impediment to secession. The thrust of my argument was six-fold.

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