Prince George's County News
Prince George's County State's Attorney Angela Alsobrooks says the case of a Laurel High School student who made 'credible threats' to harm others is the latest example of why Maryland lawmakers must pass legislation to make such threats a crime.
Police and other officials in Prince George's County have announced what they say are historic lows in crime.
"We think a potentially, very dangerous situation was averted," Pete Piringer, a spokesman for the City of Laurel, told WTOP. "We do believe he did have access to guns."
Police in Prince George's County say a standoff with an armed man inside an apartment building has ended peacefully.
Prince George's County police say a homeowner was shot by invaders in Fort Washington.
Maryland State Police have identified the two men who were killed in crash on Route 1 in Beltsville.
Montgomery and Frederick counties have already unveiled their own cameras designed to catch dangerous drivers illegally passing school buses.
Police have arrested a man suspected of setting a wreath on fire on the door of an apartment in Laurel.
Schools in the Washington area will have counselors and extra police patrols as students return to class following the school shooting in Connecticut.
Police in Prince George's and Montgomery counties say residents will likely spot more police cars around schools, but urge locals not to be alarmed.
Some area gunowners who exchanged guns for gift cards Saturday in Prince George's County said that the Friday shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., factored in their decision to turn in their guns.
Prince George's County police have identified a man who was shot to death in Lanham.
A former police officer will spend 30 days in home detention for beating a University of Maryland student during a rowdy celebration following the school's 2010 basketball victory over Duke, a judge ruled Friday.
Speed played a factor in a U.S. 1 crash that left two people dead early Friday.
A long-term Maryland horse racing agreement has been finally reached.
A judge has sentenced a former Prince George's County police officer to 30 days of home detention for beating a University of Maryland student during a rowdy celebration following a Terrapin basketball victory over Duke.
A man was struck and killed by a car Thursday morning while walking along a sidewalk in Fort Washington, police say.
National Children's Museum opens with 'Sesame Street' characters, though scaled back on cost
There was singing, laughter and a lot of burgundy and gold Wednesday as Howard County Executive Ken Ulman paid off a friendly wager.
Prince George's County police will conduct its third Gift Cards for Guns event this weekend.