Prince George's County News
District of Columbia public and charter school students have achieved their highest marks ever on the city's standardized tests.
The owner of a pit bull faces a charge of violating Prince George's County's ban on the dogs after his bit two children in Clinton, Md.
2 indicted on sex trafficking charges; allegedly threatened women with guns
Prosecutors dropping charges against Maryland RB Brown following review of evidence
Teens in the D.C. area say they are still seeking justice for Trayvon Martin, and they're taking their message to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder.
Detectives are investigating the slaying of an adult male in Clinton on Saturday morning, according to the Prince George's County Police Department.
2 sites remaining in bid to land new medical complex in Prince George's County
One of the three bidders for a Prince George's County casino site has purchased a 22-acre site in Fort Washington.
A scam alert is going out to Montgomery and Prince George's county residents after some area residents reported utility impersonators are trying to gain access to homes and businesses to gain information for identity theft or fraud.
A D.C. man pleaded guilty to second-degree assault on Wednesday after striking a Prince George's County police cruiser and almost hitting a police officer last August.
Prince George's woman enters plea in random stabbing in parking lot
It's a triple punch: Find veterans affordable homes, fill foreclosed homes and improve the community.
A Prince George's County Revenue Authority employee is charged with writing fraudulent tickets and now WTOP is learning more about why it happened and the employee's past legal problems.
Greenwood Racing Inc., one of three firms vying to build a casino in Prince George's County, has paid $1.2 million for the site of its planned casino-resort in Fort Washington while it awaits a ruling by Maryland casino regulators.
A 24-inch main broke around 6 a.m. Saturday along Branchville Road, near Greenbelt Road in College Park.
While water restrictions remain in southern Prince George's County, no customers are expected to be without water this week, according the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission.
The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission says the break in the 12-inch main occurred after 1:30 a.m. Friday. The main dates back to 1949.
Md. man sentenced to 30 years in DUI crash that killed 3
Now that a water crisis that would have left parts of southern Prince George's County without water for days has been averted, County Executive Rushern Baker says the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission needs to answer questions about its operations.
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