Prince George's County News
An Alexandria, Va. deputy sheriff shot and killed an alleged burglary suspect Monday night after finding the man inside his home, officials say.
Woman, 66, dead after house fire in Indian Head; 7 other occupants able to escape
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority officials will vote Thursday on a proposal to use 78 acres the agency owns at its Greenbelt station to bolster efforts to have a new FBI headquarters built in Prince George's County.
An Urbana man is thankful his stepson was not seriously injured during a College Park shooting that left two people dead.
University of Maryland participates in Library Publishing Coalition
There were prayers, songs and reassuring words at a memorial gathering Tuesday night at the University of Maryland in College Park.
Two University of Maryland students are dead and another wounded after an off-campus murder-suicide Tuesday morning.
The next Google and University of Maryland seminar on cybersecurity is being held this week.
Rockville is seeing a significant increase in the number of tickets issued at red lights. However, Montgomery and Prince George's counties are taking a different approach to ticketing violators.
Prince George's County police are planning to distribute flyers asking for help in solving the slaying of an elderly woman in Capitol Heights.
U-Md. student charged with making false statement to police about being robbed near Metro
rince George's County police are looking for a suspect in the slaying of an elderly woman in Capitol Heights.
Elderly woman slain in Capitol Heights; Prince George's police seek suspect
The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) says that customers in the Laurel and Beltsville areas of Prince George's County could be experiencing discolored water.
wo University of Maryland students were robbed at gunpoint in College Park Friday night.
A woman armed with a knife was shot and killed by Bladensburg police Friday night.
Former soccer coach sentenced for sexually abusing girl on team
Power is back for the nearly 50,000 Pepco customers in Prince George's County and D.C. left in the dark after a tree knocked down a transmission line.
The Prince George's County Board of Education will consider the increasing security at its meeting Thursday.
Young Democrats to hear from Hoyer, Brown, Gansler, Ulman and Mizeur
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