Prince George’s Police Department homicide detectives are investigating a fatal shooting that occurred in Temple Hills on Saturday night leaving one man, John Dennis Watts V, 24, of Baltimore dead and three others injured.

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Nearly half of all gamefish in freshwater lakes, streams and rivers in the Chesapeake Bay watershed may be unsafe to eat because of high levels of mercury, a new study suggests.

The Prince George's Police Department is investigating a fatal pedestrian collision that occurred July 2 in Temple Hills, killing one pedestrian, Rosio Sanchez, 34, of Hyattsville.

A federal judge has extended the court-ordered hospitalization of a Maryland man deemed mentally unfit for trial on charges he planned an Islamic State-inspired attack at a shopping and entertainment complex near Washington, D.C.

Since the inception of the Maryland-bred Hall of Fame for thoroughbreds was unveiled in 2013, several horses that raced at Bowie Race Course have been inducted. Among the 10 finalists this year, of which two will be inducted, three horses made at least one start at Bowie and two of them won …

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On Sunday afternoon at Breton Bay Golf and Country Club in Leonardtown, youth golfers on the Junior Tour powered by Under Armour convened for their last chance to earn a medal and divisional honors. Two of the three winners were also the overall age group champions, one of whom had clinched …

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Chris Palombi held off Doug Sayers to win the Republican Party nomination for U.S. House District 5, while incumbent Steny Hoyer took the Democratic Party’s nod once again.

The Prince George's Police Department is investigating a fatal pedestrian collision that occurred June 27 and is seeking the public's help in identifying the driver of a vehicle that struck the pedestrian.

On Monday, Prince George’s Police Department Homicide Unit detectives identified and arrested a man wanted in connection with a fatal shooting early Sunday morning in Suitland. The suspect, Marcus Wardlaw 23, of Capitol Heights, has been charged with first and second degree murder in connect…

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The mission continues for the 316th Security Support Squadron armory at Joint Base Andrews despite COVID-19. The 316th SSPTS armory ensures the base is protected.

A Calvert County man who state authorities reported had intentionally set fire to the basement of a Chesapeake Beach home this past March, was served with a three-count indictment June 16 in Calvert Count Circuit Court.

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To help airmen adapt to the challenges faced by social distancing, Senior Master Sgt. Eric Bergery Jr. uses cloud-based video conference services to deliver interactive lessons focused on offering Airmen the necessary skills to build and maintain healthy relationships.

Lt. Col. Jason E. Stack assumed command of the 316th Security Forces Squadron from Lt. Col. Jonathan B. Bell during a change of command ceremony at the Security Forces building at Joint Base Andrews on June 24.

A new local group is partnering with the community and local organizations and businesses to provide meals to health care workers and other responders on the front lines of battling the coronavirus pandemic.

Prince George’s County moved into a full phase two reopening on Monday. Residents are asked to continue to exercise caution, limit non-essential trips and use face coverings when out in public, according to a news release from Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks.

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