Prince George's County News
A 30-year-old man has been convicted of first- degree felony murder in the stabbing of a Hyattsville man in his home.
Authorities say the YMCA building in Bowie is closed until further notice following an early morning two-alarm fire.
A local landmark that stands in the middle of a major roadway remains the center of a Constitutional debate.
A water break in Largo, Md. has knocked out water to hundreds and repairs could take until the afternoon.
Four of University of Maryland's most popular courses will be available online this spring for free.
Two Maryland police departments are working to sort out what happened on Saturday when an off-duty Montgomery County officer is said to have pulled his gun in an argument during pre-game festivities at University of Maryland.
As the region begins to mark the 10th anniversary of the D.C.-area sniper shootings, some may remember the terror, while those touched by the violence remember the pain.
Riders may be experiencing a bit of delay on Metro's Green Line after a train hit a deer.
The American Humanist Association, a humanist and atheist advocacy group based in Washington, D.C., filed a complaint last month saying that the cross is an unconstitutional use of a religious symbol on public land.
Students, teachers and friends of a Central High School junior shot and killed walking to school this week remembered his life Friday afternoon.
Students and staff at a Prince George's County high school are paying tribute to a student who was fatally shot this week.
A former Prince George's County Police officer has been sentenced to spend just over five years in prison for conspiring to commit extortion in a scheme to sell untaxed cigarettes.
Police in Prince George's County decided there's been enough vandalism to speed cameras. Now there are cameras to watch the cameras.
Officials in Prince George's County are tearing down 26 vacant apartment buildings.
A high school junior was shot and killed on his walk to Central High School just before 7 a.m. Tuesday, police say.
Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker will be serving as a panelist for former Gov. Parris Glendenning's Conference on the Future of Walkable Urban Places.
There will soon be one less bank headquartered in Prince George's County.
The videotaped beating of a handcuffed man by a Laurel police officer has spurred other complaints against police and a demand for federal investigation.
A Riverdale man has pleaded guilty to producing and selling driver's licenses to those who had not passed the required tests.
A Greenbelt man, who had been arrested and indicted on 11 counts related to child pornography, continued working unnoticed at a Prince George's County public library for seven months.