No one wants to see their holiday season go up in smoke. You can avoid holiday havoc by taking extra caution in the coming weeks while setting up decorations and preparing meals. Prince George’s County Fire and EMS spokesman Mark Brady has some tips.
Amanda Hooker of Upper Marlboro is charged with first- and second-degree arson and first- and second-degree malicious burning.
“The Battle of the Badges” being held Friday is a friendly competition between Prince George’s County first responders aimed at getting people to donate blood with the American Red Cross.
Strong storms downed trees and damaged homes in College Park on Monday evening. Three homes are currently considered uninhabitable, prompting city officials to help the residents of those homes find “alternate shelter.” See photos.
Two horses are safe and back in their barns after wandering around a Prince George’s County fire station Sunday morning. See photos and video.
A three-alarm fire tore through a building in downtown Upper Marlboro, Maryland, early Thursday, damaging local businesses and displacing three people.
A 6-year-old girl and a man are in the hospital from injuries they suffered from an electrical shock at MGM National Harbor Tuesday night. The girl is in critical condition.
One person was found dead inside a hotel room where a fire started on Hampton Park Boulevard in Capitol Heights, Maryland.
Officials in Prince George’s County have identified the woman who died in an early morning house fire last week and said the nearly 100-year-old farmhouse where the fire broke out did not have any smoke alarms installed.
Fires have killed nine people in Prince George’s County so far in 2018. That’s nearly double the total from 2017 and fire officials aren’t sure what exactly is causing the spike in fatalities.
A large fire broke out Wednesday at a residential construction site in Greenbelt, Maryland, consuming two rows of town houses and damaging a third row of occupied homes.
A man was shot outside the Greenbelt Metro station during the Friday evening rush hour.
One person was declared dead after a house fire in Suitland, Maryland, in Prince George’s County on Tuesday morning. Fire officials are still working to determine the cause of the fire.
Prince George’s County officials said no suspicious materials were found at a Largo, Maryland office building, where they were investigating the presence of an unknown substance Tuesday night.
A Prince George’s County man found unconscious in a house fire in Brentwood on Sunday night died from his injuries.
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