News4 I-Team

  • Investigations

    May 20, 2015

    Taking a Dip in Virginia: What's in the Water at the Beach?

    Taking a Dip in Virginia: What's in the Water at the Beach?

    As we head into Memorial Day weekend, check out what the News4 I-Team found when they took a hard look at what’s in the water at Virginia’s beaches.

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  • Investigations

    May 20, 2015

    Parking Battle in Popular Southwest D.C. Food Truck Zone

    Parking Battle in Popular Southwest D.C. Food Truck Zone

    More than 400 vehicles have been towed since January on a small stretch of road in southwest D.C. to clear space for a popular food truck zone.

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  • Investigations

    May 19, 2015

    $200M Cancer Charity Fraud Investigated

    $200M Cancer Charity Fraud Investigated

    The government calls it one of the biggest investigations into charity scams it's ever seen: Almost $200 million raised for cancer patients spent instead on concert tickets and lavish vacations.

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  • Investigations

    May 18, 2015

    Bike Thief Shares Secrets

    Bike Thief Shares Secrets

    An imprisoned bike thief offered secret techniques used by crooks to take some of the thousands of bikes stolen in the Washington, D.C., region each year.

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  • Investigations

    May 18, 2015

    62% of Military Sex Assault Reports Result in Retaliation

    62% of Military Sex Assault Reports Result in Retaliation

    A new report from Human Rights Watch states military personnel who report sex assault are 12 times more likely to face retaliation than see their attacker convicted.

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  • Investigations

    May 13, 2015

    Train Automatic Safety System Not Installed Near Crash Site

    Train Automatic Safety System Not Installed Near Crash Site

    The News4 I-Team's Tisha Thompson has details on a type of automatic safety technology that was not installed near the site of the deadly train derailment near Philadelphia.

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  • Investigations

    May 13, 2015

    Long Dispute in Congress About Which Amtrak Lines Should Get the Most Money

    Long Dispute in Congress About Which Amtrak Lines Should Get the Most Money

    Some members of Congress say they've botched how they've overseen and funded Amtrak. There's a raging and ugly dispute over which tracks and which lines should get the most taxpayer money, and for at least seven years gridlock has left Amtrak without a long-term plan from Congress.

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  • Investigations

    May 12, 2015

    New Md. Home Sale Bill Signed into Law

    New Md. Home Sale Bill Signed into Law

    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan signed a new home sale bill into law Tuesday. It's designed to protect buyers making what’s likely to be the biggest purchase of their lives.

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  • Investigations

    May 11, 2015

    More Drivers Charged With Illegally Passing School Buses

    More Drivers Charged With Illegally Passing School Buses

    More than 2,200 drivers have been charged with illegally driving past a stopped school bus in the Washington, D.C., suburbs in the past three years, according to a review by the News4 I-Team.

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