Prince George's County News
Summer vacation has officially started for many kids and parents are itching to find something fun for the whole family. Six Flags America is kicking off the season with some brand new attractions.
James Francis Green was last seen Thursday at about 1 p.m. in the 6000 block of Maria Avenue, in Suitland.
The planned purple line light rail changes University of Maryland's campus and students' thoughts of campus transportation.
And the WSSC's director of communications says they could be coming down for summer.
A man was stabbed to death in Glenarden on Saturday night, and the police made an arrest in the case almost immediately.
Nearly 100 people, including some former Redskins players and Ravens cheerleaders, turned out for the first flash mob on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial last week -- and it was all for a good cause.
A jury has found a former District Heights officer guilty of multiple charges related to shooting a handcuffed suspect in the back. However he was acquitted of the most serious charge.
A Prince George's County police officers is facing multiple charges after police say he assaulted a motorist in a case of road rage near Baltimore.
Heavy rainfall around the region Tuesday morning is causing flash flooding in Prince George's County.
A flash flood warning has been issued until 1:45 p.m. for D.C. and central Prince George's County.
Kevon Neal has admitted to his role in a police officer's death and witness retaliation. A judge on Monday sentenced him to 13 years in prison, minus more than one year already served.
Police ask public to look out for 6-foot gray bunny after theft of costume in College Park
The suspect is a black man, 6'0" tall in his 20s. Call (301) 352-1200 if you have information about this case.
Daniel James Ennos was last seen Friday morning in Laurel.
The Prince George's Community Federal Credit Union has teamed up with the police department for the last three years for a car seat checkup.
Despite the revival efforts, the man was pronounced dead at the scene.
Catina Cortes was found dead of an apparent gun shot wound.
Maryland and National Park Service officials cut the ribbon on a new historic trail celebrating the American victory over the Brits and the drafting of the national anthem after the bombardment of Fort McHenry.
A motel employee found a dead body at the Ramada Inn along Baltimore Avenue.
Changes in the traffic pattern of roads near the construction site have arrived unannounced, The Gazette reports, making residents feel marginalized and out of the communication loop.
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