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The first month of the 115th Congress saw a spike in protest disruptions inside congressional hearings or sessions, according to a review by the News4 I-Team. Read More
The Virginia Board of Education ordered every school district in the commonwealth to double check their books and ensure they've properly revoked the licenses of every teacher who's admitted sexual misconduct with a student. Read More
A Virginia man received a life sentence for detonating pipe bombs near the homes of two Stafford County sheriff's deputies in a crime spree that spanned thousands of miles to Montana. The News4 I-Team's Scott McFarlane first released details and images of the crimes.
A new push for Congress to lead by example in getting more people of color in top staff positions on Capitol Hill takes cues from corporate America. Read More
A former official says the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is slow to discipline employees for misconduct and too willing to settle disciplinary cases without firing the workers involved. Read More
Days after a man opened fire in a D.C. pizzeria because police say he believed Hillary Clinton was running a child sex ring there, another man is accused of threatening a pizzeria located on the same block. Read More
Just a few months ago, the News4 I-Team reported on the lack of facilities and accommodations on Capitol Hill for pregnant women and new moms. Now, the new Congress is promising fixes.
Virginia legislators formally proposed a series of new legislative efforts to ensure teachers are promptly stripped of their licenses for sexually assaulting students. Read More
A sheriff’s department in West Virginia arrested an employee of the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Martinsburg for allegedly dealing heroin. Read More
Hunting without without licenses, while drunk, from cars and without clothes with protective coloring: Records from both Maryland and Virginia natural resources police show hundreds of violations. Just Wednesday, a Bowie, Maryland man was arrested for poaching on private land. News4's Scott MacFarlane traveled with Maryland natural resources police as they upheld the rules.
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DC Streetcars have been running along the H Street corridor for a year now. News4's Derrick Ward reports how the project is working and plans for the future.
The man who allegedly plowed into a crowd enjoying a Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans had a blood alcohol level nearly three times the legal limit, police said Sunday. The New Orleans Police Department issued a statement identifying the man as 25-year-old Neilson Rizzuto. He's being held at the city's jail on charges of first-degree negligent vehicular injuring, hit-and-run driving causing serious injury and reckless operation of a vehicle.
Officers were called to the 6300 block of Livingston Road and discovered two men with gunshot wounds to their lower body.
Actor Bill Paxton died Saturday due to complications from surgery, a representative of his family told NBC News in a statement. He was 61. Paxton was known for his roles in Hollywood blockbusters like "Twister" and "Apollo 13." "It is with heavy hearts we share the news that Bill Paxton has passed away due to complications from surgery," a family representative told NBC News in a statement. "A loving husband and father, Bill began his career in Hollywood working on films in the art department and went on to have an illustrious career spanning four decades as a beloved and prolific actor and filmmaker."