Prince George's County News
Prince George's County police say an officer is facing charges that he struck a teenager with his gun which then accidentally fired.
Call it technology or good old fashioned police work, but the technology columnist for The New York Times has his phone back after some help from a Maryland police department.
Officers found the body in a creek near the 12200 block of Braemer Circle just after 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, following a citizen's report, according to a department release. Police transported the body to the medical examiner's office to determine the cause of death and the gender.
Cars and bikes have duked it out for generations. With more people opting to peddle to work, sharing the road has become more important and confusing.
MedStar Health will spend "well over $100 million" over the next five years to upgrade Southern Maryland Hospital Center once its purchase of the 35-year-old facility closes later this year.
A man accused of referring to himself as "a joker" and threatening to shoot up his workplace has been charged with misdemeanor telephone misuse, prosecutors announced Wednesday.
Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker says his wife, Christa, is suffering from early- onset Alzheimer's disease.
Maryland authorities are announcing charges against a man accused of threatening to shoot up his workplace and identifying himself as "a joker."
The Prince George's County fire department says it's using a multimillion-dollar federal grant to hire new firefighters.
Bladensburg police say two teenagers robbed and fatally beat a 54-year-old man they had been drinking beer with.
A Prince George's County woman has gone missing. Barbara Battle, 69, was last seen on Saturday, July 28 at 12 p.m., when she was leaving the unit block of West Mill Avenue in Capitol Heights.
A local police officer who was credited with saving the lives of several people during a fire earlier this week is now facing accusations of police brutality.
A Prince George's County police officer is recovering after being shot in the leg early Saturday morning.
The arrest took place Thursday night in Crofton. Police found an "arsenal" of weapons in the home of the suspect, now in custody, who was facing termination from his job in Prince George's County.
The Prince George's County Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in identifying suspects in a Landover purse-snatching incident.
The term "shelter dogs" can conjure up images of unkempt animals in depressing settings. But that wasn't the case Thursday at Prince George's Animal Management Services.
Tuesday night, a motorist saw something thrown from a moving car. It was a garbage bag and when it landed, out popped the muzzle of an 8-month- old pit bull puppy. The horrified driver stopped and called police. The dog was taken to the Prince George's County Animal Services Facility, assessed, and then handed over to "Mutts Matter," a local rescue group.
Washington Sports and Event Management LLC, producers of the Nation's Triathlon, have sued the World Triathlon Corporation for defamation stemming from the abrupt cancelation of the Ironman 70.3 National Harbor race that had been slated for August.
Prince George's County fire officials say a fire at a District Heights apartment building has displaced dozens of residents.
The state of Maryland is spending $3.1 million to expand and improve bicycling opportunities.