Prince George's County News
Prince George's County police are looking for a D.C. man wanted for a May shooting and robbery.
Officials: Man found dead in Prince George's Co. yard may have been electrocuted
A fatal crash closed the Capital Beltway's Inner Loop for more than five hours early Thursday.
A 9-year-old boy who was hit by a car as he rode his bike in Bowie, Md., died from his injuries two days after the collision.
Prince George's County has several cooling centers that are open to the general public from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. during the week.
In response to the water outage planned by the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, Prince George's County Public Schools are closing several summer programs on July 17 and 18.
As Prince George's County braces for a massive water outage, businesses in National Harbor, Md. are preparing to shut their doors during the height of tourist season.
PG police officer charged with interfering with drug-dealing investigation; among 17 indicted
A Landover man is under investigation for police impersonation after a Prince George's officer stopped him with a siren blaring from his vehicle.
Local fire departments are helping cover areas of Prince George's County where water restrictions are in place.
When you're in an emergency situation where your water is restricted or shut off, like in Prince George's County, here are some tips to keeping your commode flowing.
Md. woman accused of stealing from seniors who lived in assisted-living facility she operated
Joint Base Andrews is storing water and making plans to continue operating without public water as the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission's water outage nears.
A man dressed in a toga or possibly a white sheet, was seen walking along Interstate 495 in Prince George's County Tuesday morning.
Slate committee didn't report $206,000 contribution to Prince George's executive
The not-guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman trial touched a raw nerve for many in the African-American community. The morning after the acquittal, they sought solace at church.
Service members and relatives of American troops on deployment gathered at the Gaylord National Hotel and Convention Center this weekend to learn more about the Department of Defense Yellow Ribbon Program, which aims to connect military families with support services.
Heavy rainfall causes 85,000 gallons of untreated wastewater to spill into Accokeek Creek
Teen pleads guilty in attempt to steal police officer's car with child inside
Man convicted in series of rapes along East Coast arraigned in Pr. George's Co. for attacks
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