Prince George's County News
Prince George's County official says family violence is "literally killing us."
A woman in Cheverly, Maryland has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder in connection with the deaths of her two children.
Prince George's County police say Kaylie Rivera Ortiz, 12, is safe.
Nearly a month after a 3-year-old was shot and killed, the man wanted on first-degree murder charges in her death remains on the run.
People in Prince George's County no longer have to boil water.
No more recess. Prince Georges County School Board has approved a charter school's controversial request it shorten the school day, by eliminating recess for the middle-school aged kids.
Prince George's County Police have identified a man found murdered in Langley Park, Maryland as 32-year-old Miguel Angel Barillas of Langley Park.
Friends remember Maryland woman killed by SUV as selfless, devoted mother
Anonymous report of hostage situation prompts evacuation at University of Maryland
Guatemalan immigrant found slain in the street at Langley Park.
An anonymous phone call warned University of Maryland officials on Wednesday that an armed man was holding a hostage in the main administration building.
People in parts of Prince George's County are being advised to boil water after a water main break in Hyattsville on Tuesday night.
Community members gathered Tuesday night to remember Thelma Flores, the woman who died as she tried to shield her daughter from an oncoming car as they crossed Riverdale Road on Monday.
A former police officer screamed obscenities and lunged at prosecutors during a sentencing hearing Tuesday and the courtroom erupted into chaos.
Prince George's County police have identified the mother who died after she and her daughter were hit crossing a busy street Monday.
Area colleges are back in session, which means many students are gulping down coffee and cramming for tests. New data show one local school is among the top in the nation with the caffeine jitters.
Labor Day marks the beginning of the pennant race in the major leagues, but end of the season for most minor league players.
Summer's slipping through your fingers fast, but maybe you're squeezing in a few last rides at the amusement park before parks close in the autumn. Then, there's always next year.
Health officials confirm 1st case of West Nile virus in Maryland this year
The man's identity is unclear. Detectives are looking for suspects and a motive in this case.
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