April 15-26, 2015

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13-Year-Old Shot in Southwest D.C. Speaks

13-Year-Old Shot in Southwest D.C. Speaks

The 13-year-old girl shot Sunday in Southwest D.C., just blocks from the Waterfront Metro station, said she tried to protect a younger girl during the drive-by shooting. "I was trying to cover up the little girl...

 Bethesda Development Could Crowd Schools, Residents Say

Bethesda Development Could Crowd Schools, Residents Say

A push to revitalize part of Montgomery County was met with loud opposition Tuesday night at a community meeting. Critics of redeveloping the Rock Spring office park say developers and planners need to...

D.C. Leaders Call for Unity in Fight Against Crime

D.C. Leaders Call for Unity in Fight Against Crime

Amid a battle between Metropolitan Police Department brass and the D.C. Police Union, some D.C. Council members and community leaders are calling for a unified response to a spike in crime.

Metro Cuts Speeds on Parts of 5 Train Lines

Metro Cuts Speeds on Parts of 5 Train Lines

Metro trains are slowing to a crawl on sections of the Blue, Orange, Red, Silver and Yellow lines after Metro found safety problems on the tracks. News4's Adam Tuss reports.

American Catholics Accept Non-Traditional Families: Survey

American Catholics Accept Non-Traditional Families: Survey

American Catholics are markedly tolerant of non-traditional families, with large majorities open to divorced, single, unmarried and gay parents, according to a Pew Research Center survey released on Wednesday in...

Manhunt After Veteran Officer Fatally Shot Near Chicago

Manhunt After Veteran Officer Fatally Shot Near Chicago

Police are searching for three armed suspects in far suburban Chicago after an officer was fatally shot in the area, authorities said. The Fox Lake officer who was shot to death Tuesday morning was identified as...