A volunteer aide at a Prince George’s County elementary school has been charged with producing child pornography, including some videos that police say he made inside the school.
The horrific double murder of a mother and child leaves many wondering, what can be done for people in the county who are in abusive situations?
Friends and family of NeShante Davis remember the slain Fort Washington resident as a devoted teacher, mother and friend.
Police are investigating an afternoon armed robbery of a 7-Eleven near the University of Maryland campus in College Park.
The source of the Terps’ overwhelming home-court advantage is the raucous, sold-out crowds that routinely shake the rafters of Xfinity.
Candles were lit and tears were shed during a candlelight vigil for NeShante Davis, 26, and her 2-year-old daughter Chloe Davis Green on Friday night.
Gov. Larry Hogan has set aside $15 million for the next fiscal year to address long-running financial challenges with the county’s health care infrastructure.
Thursday, mother and son from Mitchellville, Maryland, traveled to Alexandria together to collect their material winnings.
Experts say many victims do not immediately realize they are even in an abusive relationship.
Police say a man was hit and killed by a vehicle in Clinton, Maryland on Wednesday night.
Prince George’s County officials made a desperate plea to its residents to end domestic violence after announcing that a father fatally shot his 2-year-old daughter and her mother following a child-support dispute.
NeShante Davis and her 2-year old daughter, Chloe, were shot and killed outside their home on Tuesday.
Grief over the death of a young mother and her daughter has rippled throughout the Prince George’s County community, including the elementary school where the slain woman taught.
The move from Landover to Lanham — where the company will lease space — is to accommodate an additional 900 jobs 2U plans to create in Prince George’s County during the next five years.
A woman and toddler died after they were shot on Palmer Road in Fort Washington, Maryland.