Prince George's County News
A man is in police custody after he smashed an SUV into a McDonald's drive-thru early Tuesday.
It's hardly newsworthy these days when an institution announces it's going smoke-free. But Prince George's Community College introduced one of the strictest policies around Monday, banning e-cigarettes along with all other smoke and tobacco products.
Red light camera programs in cities like D.C. and Rockville, and Montgomery, Prince George's and Arlington counties have raked in $21 million combined, the data show.
Judge revokes bond for DC officer charged with trying to kill wife for violation
Hyattsville City Police are searching for two men in two recent assaults on female pedestrians.
A sickening attack is also a teaching moment for parents about social media use, according to Laurie Nathan of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
The State Highway Administration and University of Maryland officials are announcing safety enhancements along Route 1.
A U.S. Postal Service report ranks the nation's capital No. 1 -- for late mail delivery.
Man says rowdy Airbnb guests threw party, left his Hyattsville, Md., home a mess
Beretta U.S.A. announced Tuesday that company concerns over a strict gun-control law enacted in Maryland last year have made it necessary to move its weapons making out of the state to Tennessee.
A 15-month-old girl was taken from her mother at the Southern Avenue Metrorail station around 7:45 p.m. Tuesday, according to Metro Transit Police.
Beretta says it is moving its Accokeek manufacturing operations to gun-friendly Tennessee.
Police say a man was killed early Tuesday in Prince George's County.
Prince George's County officials voted 8-1 to approve the building plan for a $925 million casino near the nation's capital.
On the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, NASA called on all model rocketeers.
Brendan Munnerlyn, who was a passenger in the car, was killed at the scene.
A blaze at a townhouse in Clinton, Md., leaves 12 displaced.
U.S. Park Police Thursday morning were looking for a bicyclist biking against traffic in the northbound lanes of the Baltimore-Washington Parkway.
Homeowners in Fort Washington who were affected by a slope failure in May have already heard two plans to make them whole. On Wednesday, they heard a third.
County bill could restrict student rentals of single-family homes in College Park
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