Prince George's County News
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Two people are dead after a murder-suicide outside an apartment complex in Prince George's County early Wednesday..
Prince George's County Police say a man shot and killed his ex-wife in the parking lot of her apartment and then killed himself.
With the words "if you murder an innocent child you forfeit all that makes you human," prosecutors launched into opening statements in the trial of a man accused of killing four people, including two young children, in a Lanham home.
Prince George's Co. fire department: 2 escape blaze at Kettering town house
A man has been arrested after an April 2 peeping tom incident at the University of Maryland College Park.
Two dogs named Mylo and Otis have triggered an idea that could save pets' lives in Prince George's County.
"He was stuck under the vehicle... And thankfully, a citizen came by and pulled him from under the bus," said Prince George's County Police spokeswoman Officer Nicole Hubbard.
Obama announces education innovation grants as part of his go-it-alone strategy
A tip led Anne Arundel County Police to the man who robbed a couple in the Maryland Live! casino garage.
Marine Corps chief opens giant maritime conference and trade show at Md.'s National Harbor
A man was shot and killed by a police officer Saturday morning in Prince George's County.
Officers shot at the car, hitting the suspects.
House committee approves marijuana decriminalization bill, passes bill to full chamber
A thousands students came together to dance for a cause.
The University of Maryland women's basketball team was sent off to the Final Four in style.
Ex-Prince George's Co. police officer gets 10 years for untaxed cigarettes, cocaine schemes
As the city of Laurel is getting closer to activating a new red-light camera on Van Dusen Road near Route 198, police are also looking at new traffic signs that will warn drivers about a specific type of turn.
A man was shot and killed in broad daylight Wednesday afternoon in Oxon Hill and police are asking witnesses to come forward.
Parents in Maryland are still waiting to find out when their children will make up snow days this spring.
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