Prince George's County News
A Maryland jury has convicted a District of Columbia police officer of killing his mistress and leaving their baby daughter to die in hot car.
Prince George's County police are on the lookout after a high school student was assaulted at her bus stop Thursday morning in Fort Washington.
A former Prince George's County police officer has been convicted of reselling weapons seized from criminals.
Better slow down on the Intercounty Connector.
Prince George's County police have identified the two people who died in a fire at a New Carrollton apartment building.
Local police say Tide, an expensive brand of laundry detergent, is being sold on the black market and traded for drugs.
Prince George's County prosecutors say a D.C. police officer shot his mistress and left their infant child to "cook" in an overheated car.
Two new services will be available for veterans through the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration.
Police in Washington say a bicyclist was killed when an item he was carrying got lodged in his front wheel.
Police in Washington say a man arrested following a car crash is wanted in Prince George's County in connection with a Suitland killing.
Firefighters in Prince George's County say a fire caused $100,000 in damage to a home.
More than 1 million historical artifacts and documents from the Ellis Island Immigration Museum have been moved to storage facilities in the D.C. metro area.
Cecilia Quinones says she volunteers in Prince George's County because she "just loves it, seeing the smile on the kids' faces when they see a parent coming in and volunteering and the teacher gets more time to actually teach."
Prince George's County Police are searching for a missing Lanham man who suffers from dementia.
WTOP's Kate Ryan reports.
Prince George's County police have made an arrest in a three-year-old killing.
Stink bugs are likely to come roaring back in 2013, according to University of Maryland entomology professor Mike Raupp.
University of Maryland Police have arrested three men in burglaries at the college's Varsity Team Building.
A memorial commemorating the Battle of Bladensburg is nearly complete, and supporters hope it will soon be installed in Prince George's County.
Maryland could soon require mental health professionals to give police the name of patients who would pose danger if granted a gun permit.