Prince George's County News
Police are investigating the death of a man found unresponsive in College Park on Saturday.
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Fire causes extensive damage, requires 75 firefighters at Laurel heating oil company
>Officials in Prince George's County want to use its economic development fund to provide tax breaks for green businesses.
The search for a superintendent for Prince George's County Public Schools has been narrowed to three.
2 charged with first-degree murder in 2010 shooting of Suitland man
Mourners gathered to remember three sisters and their father who died from a fire at their Glenarden home Feb. 21.
Four fire stations in Prince George's County will go without paid career staff, as firefighters are redeployed to meet efficiency and budget demands.
Laurel police officers will start to wear small cameras that the department hopes will hopefully put an end to disputes at traffic stops and other situations.
Pat Ellis lived in her home for nearly 30 years but now, her two children and four dogs are in limbo.
Police: DC man charged with fatal shooting in College Park, shooting was gang-related
The Prince George's County Board of Education has begun interviewing candidates to hire a new superintendent.
A jump in fire deaths, including the Feb. 21 fire that killed a father and his two daughters, has spurred a new fire prevention campaign in Prince George's county.
Prince George's County lawmakers are coping with the gun violence gripping their communities as legislators in Annapolis debate the merits of a far-reaching gun bill backed by Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley.
A Laurel man has pleaded guilty to robbing four banks in Maryland during a five-month period.
An 18-year-old man was shot and killed in Lewisdale, Md., Thursday, Prince George's County police say.
Two Maryland state troopers are recovering after their patrol car was hit by a drunken driver early Friday morning in College Park, Md.
Prince George's police have arrested two suspects connected to the robbery that occurred Wednesday in Seat Pleasant.
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Since Prince George's County police started monitoring a speed camera that had been destroyed, none of the county's 72 mobile speed cameras has been vandalized or damaged.