Prince George's County News
Officers shot at the car, hitting the suspects.
House committee approves marijuana decriminalization bill, passes bill to full chamber
A thousands students came together to dance for a cause.
The University of Maryland women's basketball team was sent off to the Final Four in style.
Ex-Prince George's Co. police officer gets 10 years for untaxed cigarettes, cocaine schemes
As the city of Laurel is getting closer to activating a new red-light camera on Van Dusen Road near Route 198, police are also looking at new traffic signs that will warn drivers about a specific type of turn.
A man was shot and killed in broad daylight Wednesday afternoon in Oxon Hill and police are asking witnesses to come forward.
Parents in Maryland are still waiting to find out when their children will make up snow days this spring.
Md. inmate gets 2 life sentences plus 60 years for violent escape from I-68 road crew in 2012
Md. officials: Escaped inmate found at acquaintance's Prince George's Co. home
Echo Real Estate Services Co. plans to break ground in the next 60 days on a Safeway-anchored retail project at the site along East-West Highway and also hopes that much of the project's planned retail space will be spoken for long before the project is completed.
CSX train strikes vehicle in Prince George's County, man in vehicle in stable condition
Foot search of Washington park for missing 8-year-old girl expected to resume Monday
A CSX train struck a vehicle in Prince George's County early Sunday morning. The man in the vehicle is being treated at a local hospital and is listed in stable condition.
Hit-and-run crash overnight kills Florida man crossing road in suburban Maryland
Man gets 17-year sentence in fatal shooting during attempted robbery
University System of Maryland expects enrollment decline, 1st since 1990s
Police release description, sketch of man suspected of sexually assaulting 95-year-old woman
Police searching for Relisha Rudd and Kahlil Tatum have increased the reward offered for information regarding the case. Meanwhile, the FBI has added Tatum to its "Most Wanted" list.
New speed cameras recently unveiled in Laurel are being called a prototype -- they tell drivers how fast they're going before they reach the camera.
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