Prince George's County News
The next Google and University of Maryland seminar on cybersecurity is being held this week.
Rockville is seeing a significant increase in the number of tickets issued at red lights. However, Montgomery and Prince George's counties are taking a different approach to ticketing violators.
Prince George's County police are planning to distribute flyers asking for help in solving the slaying of an elderly woman in Capitol Heights.
U-Md. student charged with making false statement to police about being robbed near Metro
rince George's County police are looking for a suspect in the slaying of an elderly woman in Capitol Heights.
Elderly woman slain in Capitol Heights; Prince George's police seek suspect
The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) says that customers in the Laurel and Beltsville areas of Prince George's County could be experiencing discolored water.
wo University of Maryland students were robbed at gunpoint in College Park Friday night.
A woman armed with a knife was shot and killed by Bladensburg police Friday night.
Former soccer coach sentenced for sexually abusing girl on team
Power is back for the nearly 50,000 Pepco customers in Prince George's County and D.C. left in the dark after a tree knocked down a transmission line.
The Prince George's County Board of Education will consider the increasing security at its meeting Thursday.
Young Democrats to hear from Hoyer, Brown, Gansler, Ulman and Mizeur
The driver fled the scene of the accident on Wheeler Road.
A controversial video is being pulled from some public schools in Prince George's County.
A train collided with a car that was crossing railroad tracks in Brandywine, Md., and sent a man to the hospital with life-threatening injuries Wednesday.
Prince George's County school officials are proposing that work created by staff and students should be copyrighted.
The Prince George's County Board of Education is considering a proposal that says any work created for school or by using school materials would become property of the school board.
When Alex Heitkemper joined the Prince George's Pride lacrosse club three years ago, he noticed something different about the team.
Four Prince George's County fire stations will lose a combined 22 paid firefighters to other stations in the county on March 4 as part of the county's multi-step staff realignment plan.