Prince George's County News
A car slammed into the living room of a home in Glenarden, Maryland shortly before 2 a.m. Thursday.
In a letter to the University of Maryland community, President Wallace Loh calls for safety improvements at the deadly intersection of U.S. Route 1 and Knox Road.
In his State of the County address before business and community leaders, County Executive Rushern Baker said the county has built a solid foundation and is now ready to "take it to the next level."
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Police are looking for suspects after an attempted robbery at a CVS store in Prince George's County Monday morning.
Heavy construction equipment is on the way to a 23-acre parcel of land near the National Harbor as work will begin shortly on the $925-million luxury gambling resort.
Family and friends gathered to remember Carlos Pacanins and to call for changes at the intersection where he was killed.
He was released from the hospital after getting his hand stuck at the bottom of an escalator handrail inside a Prince George's County mall on Thursday.
A local company and its submarine are scouring the floor of the Indian Ocean for signs of the missing Malaysian plane.
Police in Prince George's County are searching for a girl who hasn't been seen since April 1.
The University of Maryland is proposing a $115 million luxury hotel and conference center next to campus.
As the weather heats up, so does fishing on the Potomac River. But a longtime bass fisherman hopes this year is not a repeat of the last.
Prince George's County District police say they were investigating a double shooting involving a wife and stepson in District Heights Friday night.
Prince George's County police say they were investigating a double shooting involving a wife and stepson in District Heights Friday night.
A portion of U.S. 301 in Maryland will be closed this weekend for railroad crossing repairs.
Don't worry. He's not out on patrol.
The Maryland State Highway Administration says over the winter crews could not get the work done because snow storms repeatedly hit the area.
A fuel of the future may have oceans of supply.
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