Prince George's County News
Beretta says it is moving its Accokeek manufacturing operations to gun-friendly Tennessee.
Police say a man was killed early Tuesday in Prince George's County.
Prince George's County officials voted 8-1 to approve the building plan for a $925 million casino near the nation's capital.
On the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, NASA called on all model rocketeers.
Brendan Munnerlyn, who was a passenger in the car, was killed at the scene.
A blaze at a townhouse in Clinton, Md., leaves 12 displaced.
U.S. Park Police Thursday morning were looking for a bicyclist biking against traffic in the northbound lanes of the Baltimore-Washington Parkway.
Homeowners in Fort Washington who were affected by a slope failure in May have already heard two plans to make them whole. On Wednesday, they heard a third.
County bill could restrict student rentals of single-family homes in College Park
PG County to open 2 high schools for immigrant students in 2015
Speed cameras near the University of Maryland will soon be working around the clock, a reaction to three pedestrian fatalities this year.
On Monday, state and local officials announced a number of changes that will come to this area of Route 1 that has seen three pedestrian deaths this year alone.
The Maryland State Highway Administration has announced a series of safety enhancements for a troubled section of Route 1 in College Park.
WTOP has learned of sweeping improvements coming to the state road.
Prince George's County police investigate fatal motorcycle crash; 1 man killed
Some IRS employees say their offices are making them sick.
Prince George's county to conduct mass care and evacuation procedure exercise
A man is battling life-threatening injuries after a single-vehicle crash in Prince George's County.
Md. church to hold funeral for former Prince George's County Executive Wayne Curry
Police officers lined the broad, brick walk from the courthouse to the County Administration Building where Wayne Curry once served as Prince George's County Executive. But Wednesday morning, it was a hearse that brought Wayne Curry's body in a casket to rest in the lobby of the building where he once worked.
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