Prince George's County News
Charity employee sentenced for stealing $166,000 from charity, clients
The Prince George's County Executive is seeking legislation to give his office more control over county schools.
A D.C. man was arrested Saturday in connection with stealing a Metropolitan police officer's car with his 9-year-old daughter inside.
Prince George's County police have identified the 1-year-old boy who died after being hit by a pickup truck Thursday afternoon as Sherrik Farmer.
Baker's $2.7B budget for Prince George's County includes raises, furloughs for workers
A Maryland woman says she was shocked when a law enforcement officer stopped and ticketed her for driving too slowly in the left lane and failing to move right.
Authorities in Laurel say a playground has been intentionally set ablaze for the third time in nine days. The latest fire occurred Monday occurred at Emancipation Community Park.
Pr. George's leader to propose new agency for permits; plan is aimed at addressing complaints
Police are looking for a missing 59-year-old man, last seen in Greenbelt, Md.
Officials responded to another playground fire in Laurel Monday afternoon.
The kids, known as Dieu's Crew, learn life skills through a foundation put together by Redskins safety Madieu Williams.
Police are investigating the death of a man found unresponsive in College Park on Saturday.
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Fire causes extensive damage, requires 75 firefighters at Laurel heating oil company
>Officials in Prince George's County want to use its economic development fund to provide tax breaks for green businesses.
The search for a superintendent for Prince George's County Public Schools has been narrowed to three.
2 charged with first-degree murder in 2010 shooting of Suitland man
Mourners gathered to remember three sisters and their father who died from a fire at their Glenarden home Feb. 21.
Four fire stations in Prince George's County will go without paid career staff, as firefighters are redeployed to meet efficiency and budget demands.
Laurel police officers will start to wear small cameras that the department hopes will hopefully put an end to disputes at traffic stops and other situations.