Tracee Wilkins, Zachary Kiesch and the News4 team covering where you live

Tuesday, Jul 22, 2014 at 08:25 AM EDT

Police Search Alley in Suitland Murder Investigation

Police Search Alley in Suitland Murder Investigation

Police are still searching for evidence in a murder in Suitland early Tuesday. A woman said she and her boyfriend were with the victim shortly before he was found dead. She said she thinks there was an argument...

Monday, Jul 21, 2014 at 01:42 PM EDT

Woman Allegedly Stabbed Boyfriend With Screwdriver

Woman Allegedly Stabbed Boyfriend With Screwdriver

A Maryland woman allegedly stabbed her boyfriend with a screwdriver while he was driving Sunday afternoon.

Monday, Jul 21, 2014 at 07:20 PM EDT

Pr. George's Co. Panel Approves MGM Casino Plan

Pr. George's Co. Panel Approves MGM Casino Plan

Prince George's County officials have approved the building plan for a $925 million casino at National Harbor.

Saturday, Jul 19, 2014 at 11:00 AM EDT

Woman Skips Forgery Sentencing With Fake Doctor's Note

Woman Skips Forgery Sentencing With Fake Doctor's Note

A woman used a fake doctor’s note to explain why she missed sentencing on forgery and burglary charges in Prince George’s County, prosecutors said. Accused of renting out foreclosed homes she didn't own, Shannon...

Friday, Jul 18, 2014 at 06:47 PM EDT

Driver in Fatal Car Crash Fled the Scene

Driver in Fatal Car Crash Fled the Scene

Police say the driver of a car that crashed into a utility pole -- killing one passenger and injuring another -- fled the scene Thursday night.

Thursday, Jul 17, 2014 at 08:58 PM EDT

Len Bias Inducted Into U.Md. Hall of Fame

Len Bias Inducted Into U.Md. Hall of Fame

Though his death from a cocaine overdose complicated his legacy, former University of Maryland basketball star Len Bias has been inducted into the Terps' Hall of Fame.

About Our Bureau
Meet News4's Prince George's County Bureau. Bureau Chief Tracee Wilkins (r) was raised in the Beltsville area and graduated from High Point High School and Frostburg State University; Tracee has been honored for her work by many state and national journalism organizations. She stays active in her community, including founding a teen-mentoring group. Follow Tracee's Facebook page

Zachary Kiesch (l) is a reporter with the Prince George's Bureau. Zachary’s journalism career began at Ohio University, where he served as a backpack journalist for the on-campus PBS station. After stints in the U.S. Virgin Islands and in an off-air role for News4, Zachary joined the Prince George's Bureau. Zachary also mentors young people, including at a weekly mentoring program at KIPP Public Charter School.
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