Prince George's County News
Maryland's Tianna Hawkins has created matchup problems for most opponents this season, and she wasted little time establishing her dominance against Brown.
Prince George's County Police are investigating the fatal shooting in Capitol Heights.
As cold, snowy weather turned to rain Wednesday afternoon, firefighters in Prince George's County battled a 2-alarm fire and rescued one person.
Authorities say three Prince George's County firefighters were injured while fighting a house fire in Temple Hills.
Prince George's County police are asking for help finding a missing 20-year-old man.
Officials in Prince George's County say a fire has damaged a 110-year-old home in Lanham.
Montgomery County is the latest jurisdiction to make a bid to host a new headquarters for the FBI.
Maryland police have issued a Silver Alert for an 80-year-old woman last seen in College Park.
High winds and cold weather won't just make it uncomfortable outside -- those conditions can pose a fire risk.
Hundreds of families stood in line early Saturday morning to pick up very important packages -- Christmas gifts for their children via Toys for Tots.
A College Park man was arrested Friday following a weeklong investigation into a pipe bomb that exploded on a porch and the location of a second incendiary device.
A casino operator that lobbied against expanded gambling in Maryland is now considering a bid to operate a new casino in Prince George's County.
A federal judge is allowing prosecutors to use evidence in a drug conspiracy conviction that had been overturned because police used a global positioning system without a warrant.
Prince George's County police are investigating the shooting death of a Seat Pleasant man, who was expected to testify in an upcoming criminal trial.
Police in Prince George's County say that a Seat Pleasant man who was shot and killed Wednesday morning was targeted.
Prince George's County State's Attorney Angela Alsobrooks says the case of a Laurel High School student who made 'credible threats' to harm others is the latest example of why Maryland lawmakers must pass legislation to make such threats a crime.
Police and other officials in Prince George's County have announced what they say are historic lows in crime.
"We think a potentially, very dangerous situation was averted," Pete Piringer, a spokesman for the City of Laurel, told WTOP. "We do believe he did have access to guns."
Police in Prince George's County say a standoff with an armed man inside an apartment building has ended peacefully.
Prince George's County police say a homeowner was shot by invaders in Fort Washington.