Prince George's County News
WTOP goes out on the road with Dave Howard, a snowplow driver for Prince George's County. See video from the snowplow driver's perspective.
Weather postpones event promoting Prince George's County for new FBI headquarters
Hundreds of local families will gather March 7 - 9 at the Greenbelt Armory to sell or buy baby and children's clothes, furniture, accessories and supplies. Anything unsold at the end of the three-day consignment event will go to Streetlights of Bethany, a program that helps homeless people and others in need in Prince George's County.
An audit of Prince George's County schools has found problems that led to $1 million in overpayments to employees.
While raising the minimum wage in Maryland could mean more money for workers, the move could cause some major concerns including an increase in the cost of living in the Old Line State, according to an expert.
Former Prince George's County Del. Tiffany Alston has filed to run for her old seat.
Police chiefs from Montgomery and Prince George's counties and the District of Columbia listened as Takoma Park residents voiced their concerns and asked what they could do about a recent spike in crime.
An Prince George's County EMS supervisor and an unnamed woman were injured when their vehicles collided Monday afternoon in Largo.
After a data breach that exposed thousands of students and faculty, the University of Maryland is offering affected individuals credit monitoring services.
Police in Prince George's County are still looking for the man who sexually assaulted an elderly woman inside her Riverdale home on Friday.
Three lanes of the Inner Loop will be closed to traffic overnight for emergency bridge work in Prince George's County.
A crash on the Outer Loop of the Capital Beltway caused delays for Monday morning commuters.
Prince George's County police investigating after 3 bodies discovered at Capitol Heights home
June sentencing set in W.Va. for Md. woman who admitted to participating in fraud scheme
Three people are dead after an attack in Capitol Heights.
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS ISSUED TORNADO WATCH IN EFFECT UNTIL 5 P.M. EST THIS AFTERNOON FOR THE D.C. METRO AREA.
Aaron Kidd, of District Heights, and Andre Shuford, of Forestville, were shot along Donnell Drive in the Forestville area on Feb. 19, 2013.
University of Maryland: Hackers must have 'very significant understanding' of data protections
A University of Maryland database was breached on Tuesday and hundreds of thousands of personal records have been compromised.
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