Prince George's County News
Police in Prince George's County are looking to the public for help in a Tuesday night sexual assault.
A 10-year-old dog stolen during a Prince George's County apartment break-in last week has been found.
On McCoy's second play from scrimmage -- and his first pass attempt -- he threw a short pass to Pierre Garcon that the receiver turned into a 70-yard touchdown.
Police say a male security guard at a College Park McDonald's was attacked by two men Sunday morning.
Unconscious man rescued from burning Md. home; condition improves at hospital
Police are searching for a dog that was stolen during a break-in at a Prince George's County apartment Wednesday.
Montgomery and Prince George's County Democrats came together on Thursday to criticize Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan on his opposition to the Purple Line, while key questions remain about the future of the Intercounty Connector under the next governor.
The Bowie Police Department has become the first in Maryland to deploy quiet, energy-efficient electric motorcycles.
Great Value Colleges is out with a list of the 50 best ice cream shops near college campuses, and one in Maryland scores high.
A family is seeking help with funeral costs after two sisters were among those who died in an Oxon Hill, Maryland, crash Friday.
A former player defended the Washington Redskins' name during a panel discussion about the name controversy Monday night.
Fathers, grandfathers and other male mentors turned out Monday at more than a dozen Prince George's County schools to spend time with their kids, marking national Men Make a Difference Day.
Prince George's County Police Department released the names of the five people who died in a rear-end collision in Oxon Hill, Maryland, Friday.
Driver dies after car leaves roadway, crashes into pole in Maryland
Jose Manuel Manrique, of the 64th Place in Riverdale, died in the crash. He was 25.
The Prince George's County Police Department is searching for a missing person. He is identified as 52-year-old Karlton Devonne Mason.
In 2010, Bill Shipp was diagnosed with prostate cancer. In 2014, he swam the English Channel.
Pedestrian fatalities have prompted changes on a dangerous section of U.S. Route 1 near the University of Maryland-College Park.
Ivy, graffiti and rot adorn the abandoned walls of Glenn Dale Hospital and Sanatorium. The 200 acres of land 15 miles outside D.C. have inspired countless ghost stories and conspiracy theories.
The police are seeking the public's help after a man was shot and killed in District Heights on Wednesday.
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