Prince George's County News
His name is Pumpkin, but staffers at Prince George's Animal Management Facility are calling him a hero.
The Prince George's County Police Department arrested a county building inspector on harassment and extortion charges of a local soul food restaurant where he wanted his band to play.
Firefighters fought a fire in a Brentwood, Md. duplex that was so packed with "stuff" that they had to retreat and use foam to completely extinguish the blaze, according to Prince George's County Fire/EMS Department.
Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley is positioned to name someone he wants to take former Delegate Alston's seat. But he cannot do that until the Prince George's County Democratic Central Committee rescinds Hall's nomination.
Prince George's County Police have arrested a county building inspector they say tried to get a restaurant owner to pay his band to play at the business.
Anthony McIntosh, a former guard at the Prince George's County jail, has pleaded guilty to falsification of records in a federal investigation.
A judge sentenced a former FBI agent to 18 months in prison for killing a teen in a drunken driving crash in Brandywine.
Maryland's highest court is saying no the two people claiming the same House of Delegate's seat.
A Maryland jail worker accused of failing to seek medical attention for an inmate found hanging by a sheet while in custody is expected to plead guilty in the case.
A Maryland judge has ruled that Virginia-based Dominion Resources can export liquefied natural gas from an expanded terminal facility in Cove Point, Md.
A former FBI agent is set to be sentenced for a drunken-driving crash in which an 18-year-old man was killed.
Every day in January, as many as 125 extra Prince George's County police officers are hitting the streets in targeted areas, and Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) agents are going with them.
A 33-year-old man has been sentenced to five months in prison for selling misbranded, non-FDA approved prescription drugs.
Members of Maryland's congressional delegation say plans to relocate about 450 jobs from Prince George's County have been delayed until the end of 2019.
How speed cameras vendors are compensated is latest squabble over Maryland's controversial safety program, which motorists say are inaccurate in some jurisdiction.
The Purple Line, a proposed light-rail line to connect New Carrollton and Bethesda in Maryland, has long been promoted as a way to ease congestion on the Capital Beltway and offer another commuting option between Montgomery and Prince George's counties.
Many drivers dislike speed cameras, and some even see them as a way for governments to line their pockets. But a recent report shows they have slowed down drivers on seven Maryland state roads.
An early morning fire caused $100,000 worth of damage to the First Wesleyan Church of Oxon Hill New Year's Day.
A newspaper is reporting that a former delegate to the Maryland state House declared bankruptcy while she was running for her seat and just before using state money for personal expenses.
Prince George's County officials have identified an elderly woman killed in a row home fire in Greenbelt.