Prince George's County News
Prince George's County to prohibit plastic bags for yard waste collection
Man arrested in fatal shooting in District Heights; police say crime is drug-related
Woman dressed in pink robs 2nd bank in Md.; reward offered for information
A man wanted in an alleged kidnapping on Metro's Green Line has turned himself in to Prince George's County police.
A man is headed to Prince George's Trauma center after being shot by a police officer.
A woman is dead after she was struck by a vehicle on the Suitland Parkway, which closed the Maryland roadway Friday morning.
Prince George's County police order closure of 2 adult entertainment businesses
Md. deputy police chief's credit card lost, used; it had replaced card compromised at Target
The Prince George's County Police Department is looking for two missing girls.
University police forces increasingly pushing beyond campus, blurring town-gown divide
Metro Transit Police are looking for help identifying a person linked to a kidnapping and armed robbery.
A second man was fatally shot in Upper Marlboro on Saturday.
Gun owners who wanted to get rid of their pistols, rifles, and semi-automatic weapons handed them over to Prince George's County Police Saturday, and in return were given gift cards.
Super Saturday is the last Saturday before Christmas. Local shoppers had mixed feelings about whether the deals were really super.
Pr. George's police investigate fatal Upper Marlboro shooting; man found after house party
Authorities say Samson Lawrence struck his wife in the head with a metal lamp post during an argument last month and threatened to cut her with knives.
Maryland commission picks MGM Resorts International bid for new Prince George's Co. casino
Police say a fire Tuesday night at the University of Maryland College Park campus was probably accidental.
Finding the perfect fir to serve as a living room centerpiece is a Christmas tradition for many families. But that fir holds a frightening truth -- the risk of fire.
A former Prince George's County police officer has admitted to telling two people about wiretaps being used during an investigation into drug-dealing in Washington.
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