Prince George's County News
Wal-Mart has seen this movie before.
The Fort Washington residents who were forced out of their homes after a slope failure in May were given their options at a meeting on Monday night, and none of them were great.
It allows the school system to bolster science and language immersion programs, among other things.
An 11-year-old girl is missing in Prince George's County. Police are asking for the public's help with finding her.
Prince George's County Council race remains undecided with just 13 votes separating candidates
A 20-year-old man has been arrested and charged with the human trafficking of a 16-year-old girl.
MGM picks Baltimore-based contractor to build new National Harbor casino resort
The highest number of accidents and the most fatal crashes on the Capital Beltway occurred in Prince George's County, Maryland.
Cardin, Frosh vie for Democratic voters' favor in 3-way primary race
A man was shot after a confrontation with the police in Bladensburg early Monday morning.
DC police arrest 2nd suspect in 2007 killing of Prince George's County teenager
What is a racial slur? Redskins case forcing America to answer the question
The Prince George's County Police Department asks for the public's help in finding a missing child identified as 12-year-old Mya Latonya Farrar. She was last seen in the 2900 block of Mills Crossing Drive in Fort Washington on June 21 at 8:00 p.m.
The utility says the overflow is not affecting the drinking water supply.
Summer vacation has officially started for many kids and parents are itching to find something fun for the whole family. Six Flags America is kicking off the season with some brand new attractions.
James Francis Green was last seen Thursday at about 1 p.m. in the 6000 block of Maria Avenue, in Suitland.
The planned purple line light rail changes University of Maryland's campus and students' thoughts of campus transportation.
And the WSSC's director of communications says they could be coming down for summer.
A man was stabbed to death in Glenarden on Saturday night, and the police made an arrest in the case almost immediately.
Nearly 100 people, including some former Redskins players and Ravens cheerleaders, turned out for the first flash mob on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial last week -- and it was all for a good cause.
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