Prince George's County News
An eight-year-old Laurel boy is being called "truly amazing" by firefighters after he probably saved his family from their burning house on Thursday morning.
A man whom the Prince George's County police were trying to evict on Thursday barricaded himself inside and declared himself "a sovereign citizen" before his home caught fire.
A train carrying 8,000 tons of coal skidded off its tracks in Prince George's County early Thursday morning.
People are being evacuated in Laurel, Md., after all seven gates of the Duckett Dam were opened to relieve water pressure
Federal court in Greenbelt hosting annual Law Day, Md. attorney general Gansler to speak
The top complaint D.C. residents have about National Harbor is that they can't get there by transit. There are other issues, certainly, but inaccessibility is challenge No. 1.
A serious crash in Prince George's County sends seven people to the hospital Tuesday morning.
Thieves pulled into a BP gas station on Eastern Avenue in Mount Rainier and drove off with an ATM after assaulting the clerk early Monday.
A quest by two Prince George's County mothers to lobby the county school system to begin offering Spanish immersion classes for elementary students is starting to pay off.
The Prince George's County Police Department is investigating a homicide in Suitland. The victim is identified as 27-year-old Maurice Donnell Featherson.
The intersection of Route 1 and Knox Road in College Park sees a lot of foot traffic throughout the day, and even more so on weekend nights when bars are packed with University of Maryland students. This year, there have been several accidents -- the most recent last Friday night.
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."
Md. woman pleads guilty to stealing more than $144K from education nonprofit in DC
Prince George's Co. schools see enrollment bump, 1st in a decade
Air Force officer pleads guilty to producing child pornography
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.
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