Prince George's County News
Alvin L. Crawley will resign as the interim superintendent of Prince George's County Public Schools, Maryland's second largest school system, effective June 3.
A University of Maryland sorority girl who sent a profane email castigating her fellow sisters is no longer part of her Greek group.
Man being sentenced in Prince George's County for 2011 murder, robbery
Prince George's police are looking for a North Carolina woman they say has been missing for more than two months and could be in the area.
Scores of firefighters battle mulch fire at Prince George's Co. landfill
Groundbreaking set for energy efficient building in Prince George's
Tina Jackson-White, the owner and president of a medical equipment company, likely faces more than two years in prison.
University of Maryland entomologist Mike Raupp offers a few simple solutions to get rid of ants.
The man accused of killing his stepfather, who was a D.C. police detective, turned himself in to Prince George's County Police just after 6:30 Tuesday evening.
Bowie State University to host a biotechnology symposium
Two Prince George's County school buses collided Tuesday afternoon sending more than two dozen people to the hospital with bumps and bruises.
Trial begins for Iranian-American accused of helping Iran launch its first satellite
A foundation for fallen firefighters is stepping in to help the families of the 10 firefighters killed in last week's fertilizer plant explosion in Texas.
Weather Service confirms tornado with winds up to 85 mph near Largo, Md.
Shots were fired after a driver crashed his car in Prince George's County Sunday night.
A body was found Sunday afternoon in Prince George's County and police are conducting a death investigation.
Crime victims in Maryland are being mourned this weekend at statewide memorial services.
Experts: Ricin like that mailed to president, US senator is relatively easy to make
Prince George's County's hazmat team was called to a federal mail processing center in Landover to help federal agents who are investigating suspicious letters to members of Congress and the president.
Despite heading-off many potential terrorist events in the years since Sept. 11, 2001, the bombing at the Boston Marathon points out local, state, and federal law enforcers can't prevent every attack.