Prince George's County News
Md. judge hears arguments in case about University of Maryland's withdrawal from ACC
Baker asks Prince George's interim superintendent to stay on through summer
Paul Darwin Oliver was located unharmed.
Fire breaks out inside Home Depot store in Capital Heights, Md.; no injuries reported
Officials in Prince George's County have unveiled a new foreclosure action plan aimed at speeding up the demolition process.
After a heated approval process, the $250 million project that would give Prince George's County its first Whole Foods store appears to be moving forward.
Cal Ripken Jr. now has an honorary degree from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Three suspects have been arrested in Prince George's County for a string of more than 50 burglaries since December 2012, officials say.
Michelle Obama speaks about importance of education to black community in commencement address
Police say the arrest of a man, who climbed naked onto a fire truck at a Calverton shopping plaza, was a textbook case of why Tasers are an important tool for law enforcement.
A man who was found naked on a fire truck at Calverton Shopping Center was high on PCP at the time and now faces an attempted murder charge Wednesday.
4 charged with 1st-degree murder in killing of Md. man during robbery
A group of Prince George's County firefighters had a strange encounter Wednesday after stopping for food in Calverton, Md.
A man shot and killed his estranged wife and then turned the shotgun on himself in Clinton, Md., Wednesday night, according to Prince George's County police.
Maryland board of regents approves tuition hikes for state universities
WTOP's Kate Ryan reports.
A 9-year-old girl has been found and is safe.
Construction industry experts to discuss Purple Line
A West Laurel man killed his wife and stepdaughter on Monday morning, Prince George's police say.
More than 150 people have applied to serve on the Prince George's County school board, as part of the reform process approved by legislation in Annapolis that takes effect next month.