Prince George's County News
Some drivers who commute through road construction daily have damage to their car and have been unsure of where to go to file a complaint.
Power outages, snowstorms, hurricanes. Washingtonians have dealt with them all. Emergency preparedness measures, from stocking up on water, flashlights and batteries to evacuating, are familiar exercises.
Prince George's County schools have a new discipline policy that seeks to reduce the number of suspensions.
Prince George's County to vote to pay millions for hospital operator's debt for new hospital
A man who received a speeding ticket from a speed camera that was later relocated was found guilty of speeding but a judge suspended all fines associated with the ticket.
The Prince George's County Police Department is mourning the loss of one of its former K-9 contributors that served on the force for more than nine years.
Prince George's County teachers to receive 2 percent pay raise under new 3-year contract
3 accused of stealing Botox, human growth hormone from 2 military hospitals
A woman who jumped on top of moving cars on Branch Avenue is in critical condition, Prince George's County Police say.
Prince George's gives principals more control over school budgets to meet student needs
A new speed camera has gone up in Landover near Dodge Park Elementary School.
Man charged in killing of Laurel couple; police say suspect had relationship with woman
WTOP's Bob Madigan reports.
Prince George's County police need help identifying a man who fires shots at a group of men at the Maryland Farms shopping center.
A woman who was horrified to learn naked photos she had shared with a boyfriend were posted online is fighting to change laws to protect other victims.
National Park Service creates website, lesson plans for teachers about US parks, sites
A Prince George's County woman who told authorities she had been texting and driving crashed her car and ended up in a lake Tuesday.
Man found guilty in Pr. George's County in murder of community activist found in well
Marra Forni in Beltsville, which currently employs 11 people, is preparing to grow exponentially using a $455,000 loan backed by Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker's touted Economic Development Incentive Fund.
Classes at the University of Maryland University College's Largo campus have been canceled for Monday night.
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