Prince George's County News
There may have been some warning signs before a 5-foot water main burst in Chevy Chase this week.
A former D.C. police officer was sentenced to two lifetime terms plus 20 years without parole for killing his mistress and their baby daughter.
WTOP Garden Editor Mike McGrath details how to get the most from corn gluten, how to protect your boxwood from manic mulching and how to best protect your daffodils from spring freezes.
It may take months before Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission knows why a 60-inch water main burst. What it does know is the sensor that was supposed to alert the utility didn't.
Water restrictions remain in effect for 1.8 million Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission customers. But what happens to violators? The WTOP Answer Desk set out to find out.
Prince George's County police are asking for help finding a 32-year-old man from Oxon Hill, Md.
A former Prince George's County police officer who shot and killed a furniture delivery man is seeking a new trial and a reduction in his original sentence.
A water main break in a 60-inch pipe in Chevy Chase has prompted mandatory water restrictions for all Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission customers to ensure fire departments, hospitals and medical facilities have the water they need.
Man charged with murder in Prince George's County, police say stabbing was domestic dispute
The Prince George's County school board is tearing into County Executive Rushern Baker for his proposed school takeover plan.
Charity employee sentenced for stealing $166,000 from charity, clients
The Prince George's County Executive is seeking legislation to give his office more control over county schools.
A D.C. man was arrested Saturday in connection with stealing a Metropolitan police officer's car with his 9-year-old daughter inside.
Prince George's County police have identified the 1-year-old boy who died after being hit by a pickup truck Thursday afternoon as Sherrik Farmer.
Baker's $2.7B budget for Prince George's County includes raises, furloughs for workers
A Maryland woman says she was shocked when a law enforcement officer stopped and ticketed her for driving too slowly in the left lane and failing to move right.
Authorities in Laurel say a playground has been intentionally set ablaze for the third time in nine days. The latest fire occurred Monday occurred at Emancipation Community Park.
Pr. George's leader to propose new agency for permits; plan is aimed at addressing complaints
Police are looking for a missing 59-year-old man, last seen in Greenbelt, Md.
Officials responded to another playground fire in Laurel Monday afternoon.