Prince George's County News
The second hit-and-run accident in College Park in a week left a man in the hospital on Friday morning.
A D.C. police officer charged with attacking his wife in November has been ordered to wear a home electronic monitoring device until his April trial.
Two people are dead after a two-car collision in Landover, according to Prince George's County Fire and Rescue.
The Prince George's County Police Department is seeking help locating a missing woman.
All lanes of the Inner Loop of the Capital Beltway at U.S. 50/John Hanson Highway, in Prince George's County, have reopened after a fatal accident.
2 dead, 1 injured after SUV goes off overpass in Prince George's County
Two people are dead after a car crash in Prince George's County early Monday morning.
A woman with limited communication skills is missing in Prince George's County and police looking for help.
Prince George's County police are investigating a fatal pedestrian collision in Forestville.
Prince George's County Police are back on the scene now of Antonio Delonte Ross' murder, which occurred a year ago this week.
A flyer has circulated to businesses in Prince George's County requiring a $25 fee for a fire inspection.
One man is dead after a hit-and-run crash in College Park, near the University of Maryland campus.
Large Ferris wheel, the Capital Wheel, to overlook nation's capital from Maryland pier
A D.C. man has been indicted on a charge of motor vehicle manslaughter after a car crash in which his 4-year-old son was killed.
Business owner charged with fatally shooting man in his Oxon Hill lounge
Prince George's County fire officials are warning residents about a possible fraud scheme.
Prosecutors revealed crime scene photos and provided testimony about evidence connected to a double murder trial in Prince George's County.
Md. man accused of trying to provide support to terrorist group gets 7 years in prison
A man is injured after a vehicle struck him before colliding into a building in Prince George's County Monday morning.
What was initially reported by the University of Maryland as an explosion, turned out to be a malfunctioning heating and air conditioning unit.
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