Prince George's County News
New college preparatory charter school with U-Md. affiliation opens in College Park
An eastern Pennsylvania man has been convicted of third-degree murder in the shooting death of a Maryland man in a Reading speakeasy almost four years ago.
Man wanted in 1989 slaying in Md. arrested after traffic stop in Ga.
In many states, you can't smoke in bars, restaurants, public buildings and common areas of apartments and condos.
This school year, parents have several questions about the Common Core Standards that their kids will have to meet.
Man pleads guilty in connection with fatal car crash involving Prince George's police officer
More than ever pre-school is being called an essential part of a child's educational development but many families are unable to afford it.
Friday morning, 50 police cadets and 24 fire recruits in Prince George's County met near the Woodrow Wilson Bridge for a joint training run.
Prince George's County officials to highlight domestic violence awareness, resources
Man arrested in Los Angeles on 1987 attempted murder charge in Md.
Nine of 12 pet stores visited as part of an undercover investigation by the Humane Society of the United States did not comply with a Maryland law that requires them to post on each dog cage every dog's breeding and origins.
Prince George's Co. police: Body found in burning car in Camp Springs
WTOP's Thomas Warren puts on the boots, helmet and oxygen tank to experience a day in the life of the Prince George's County Fire Department.
Mistake with valve leads to wastewater overflow in Accokeek; spill contained to plant grounds
Three masked robbers held up a fast-food restaurant by climbing into the drive-through window early Friday.
Panel finds 3 applicants suitable to pursue casino license near nation's capital
Pr. George's deputy sheriff, corrections officer charged in connection with assault on inmate
Despite a rise in national attention, an estimated 3.2 million students are bullied each year.
There's a desert in Prince George's County. In fact, according to the USDA, there are 22 of them, all food deserts. And one local man is on a mission to turn those deserts into a nutritional oasis.
The proposed Prince George's County Regional Medical Center in Largo will contain just 231 beds and cost approximately $655 million to build and equip, according to operator Dimensions Healthcare Systems and its expert consultants.