A fire at a Fort Washington apartment building is forcing 27 residents out of their homes.
It’s been seven months since Fort Washington families in Prince George’s County were forced from their homes after a landslide slammed into them.
Prince George’s County fire fighters battled two separate house fires that left at least one family displaced.
Prince George’s County officials think they have a plan to help more than 2 dozen property owners whose homes were affected by a landslide earlier this year.
Residents in Fort Washington who were forced out of their homes in May were given their options at a meeting Monday night. Unfortunately, it wasn’t what they were hoping for.
Prince George’s County police are looking for two people in what they call a gang-related attempted murder.
Defying the government and maybe geology, some residents evacuated by a landslide in Prince George’s County are returning home.
Rapid, heavy rain caused a slow motion landslide that put more than two dozen families out of their homes. It could be months before they can return.
Weather and geology don’t always mix. There have been a number of landslides recently throughout Maryland.
Prince George’s County Police say a man shot and killed his ex-wife in the parking lot of her apartment and then killed himself.
A man convicted of killing a northern Virginia activist and throwing his body in a Fort Washington well has been sentenced to life in prison plus 120 years.
A sentencing hearing is set for a man who acknowledged being involved in the kidnapping and murder of a northern Virginia activist.