Prince George's County News
Bank teller sentenced for embezzling from elderly customers' accounts
Ex-deputy pleads guilty to sex with inmate in holding cell at courthouse
A speed camera in College Park, Md., is so tricky, even police are calling its fairness and placement into question.
Prince George's County officials say a former deputy sheriff has pleaded guilty to having sex with an inmate in the holding cell of a local courthouse.
Prince George's County police have released surveillance photos of two men they say are linked to two separate attempted ATM thefts.
The head of a prominent D.C. youth basketball program is facing charges for conspiring to sell heroin.
On the heels of a major break that forced many living in southern Prince George's County to curtail their water usage at the height of the summer, help may be on the horizon.
Almost one year ago, a Prince George's County teen was murdered as she slept in her bed.
Md. couple accused of stealing woman's wallet at grocery store; racking up credit card bill
One of two suspects has been arrested in connection with a killing police say happened around 6 a.m. on Sunday in Bowie, Md.
Prince George's County police investigate domestic shooting death in Bowie
School supplies and more than 5,000 backpacks were given away at the Prince Georges County Public Schools' back-to-school fair held Saturday at the Show Place Arena in Upper Marlboro.
2 adults, 3 cats displaced after fire rips through 2-story home in Prince George's County
17 Prince George's County jail inmates to be presented with high school diplomas
If anything attracts the superstitious, it is the lottery.
An abandoned boat turned heads and caused major delays on the Capital Beltway in Prince George's County Wednesday morning.
WTOP's Kate Ryan reports.
Prince George's Co. police probe toddler's death, girl may have had health problems
Parents aren't the only ones stocking on school supplies. Teachers reported spending several hundred dollars of their own money on supplies and instructional materials last school year.
As crime continues to drop in Prince George's County, police are doing something new in an effort to push those numbers even lower: They're taking their efforts to keep illegal guns out of the county to a new level.