Prince George's County News
Maryland officials to break ground on access enhancement to Branch Avenue Metro station
"The rain certainly should be a concern," says Maryland state geologist Richard Ortt. "Prince George's County is going to be monitoring the situation very tightly."
So many honey bees are dying each year that commercial beekeepers who pollinate food crops are in danger of going out of business.
More than 90 feet below ground, an 8-foot-high tunnel is being constructed out steel and concrete to ship millions of gallons of clean drinking water to Prince George's County.
Developer Daniel Colton has been sentenced to two years in prison and three years of supervised probation for his role in the corruption scandal tied to former Prince George's County Executive Jack Johnson.
Park police identify man, 19, found stabbed to death on trail in Prince George's County
After several students have been hit crossing a busy intersection at Route 1 in College Park, the Maryland State Highway Administration is stepping in to work with the University of Maryland to improve safety for pedestrians.
The slope failure in the Piscataway Hills neighborhood of Fort Washington still is being evaluated. People don't know when they'll be allowed back into their homes.
A man was stabbed to death on the Northwest Branch trail on Saturday night.
Maryland's Public Service Commission will hold hearings in Rockville and College Park.
A former contractor for Metro has pleaded guilty to stealing 30,000 pounds of copper wire and cable from Metro facilities and selling it for $88,000.
The Prince George's County police are seeking the public's help in identifying a man they say robbed a bank in Seat Pleasant.
Witness retaliation charge for man awaiting trial after officer's death during chase
Ben Bennett, 25, was last seen in the 1200 block of Adeline Way, in Capitol Heights, at about 1 a.m. Tuesday.
A man has died from gunshot wounds in Oxon Hill, Maryland Wednesday morning.
Prince George's County officials say they have no idea at this point when evacuated residents will be allowed back into their homes.
Man gets 16 years for shooting friend while high on PCP; was arrested naked on fire truck
Speed cameras have become so commonplace in D.C. and Maryland, that drivers are taking notice and slowing down. However changes in speed limits and where the cameras are placed can help or hurt drivers.
More than two dozen Prince George's County homes were evacuated on Monday because a portion of road is collapsing, causing water main and sewer failure.
A man is dead Monday morning after a two-car crash in Fort Washington, Maryland.
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