Prince George's County News
Prince George's County police are investigating a fatal collision that involved a police officer's vehicle in Bowie early Wednesday morning.
A Prince George's County parking ticket writer is facing criminal charges for allegedly falsifying more than $2,600 in citations.
A 63-year-old man has been rescued from the woods near Bowie Baysox Stadium.
Prince George's County police have arrested a suspect in connection with the theft of about 2,500 pounds of copper wire from a Pepco facility in Upper Marlboro.
An Md. high school janitor is facing charges after Prince George's County Police detectives found he had an inappropriate sexual relationship with a 15-year-old student.
New rules are supposed to shake up Prince George's County Public Schools, and the process to find the system's next leader is getting underway.
Two auto body shop workers were seriously burned when in a vapor explosion Friday morning. One of the man suffered severe burns over 50 percent of his body.
More than 100 people packed into the Owen Brown Interfaith Center in Columbia Thursday to hear more about the state plan to end three bus routes along the Intercounty Connector and to voice their opinions against the service reductions.
A playground that was set on fire and destroyed in March is back open in Laurel, Md.
Two more fires will be added to the list of "incendiary" incidents being investigated in Laurel.
Ex-correctional officer sentenced in death of inmate; had found victim hanging in cell
Last August, Prince George's County police officer Adrian Morris was killed in the line of duty when his cruiser crashed during a high-speed chase. He was just 23 years old.
The Prince George's County Police Department is looking for a 64-year-old man who was last seen Thursday.
On Saturday, County Executive Rushern Baker appointed a new Board of Education chairman.
Prince George's County is closer to getting its very first Whole Foods Market.
The Greenbelt City Council has proposed a 2014 budget that includes a 1.5 cent tax increase for city residents.
Big sis, little sis: A chance to make sibling history at National Spelling Bee
Board approves plan to move Maryland's housing agency to new site in Prince George's County
Amid mass shootings, US gun debate overlooks those coping with daily violence
On Saturday, June 1, a new Maryland law takes effect allowing County Executive Rushern Baker of Prince George's County to appoint a new superintendent of schools for the troubled school system.