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NBC4 Responds Archive

Working 4 You: Responding to every consumer complaint

Thursday, Aug 25, 2016

Do You Have a Consumer Issue to Report? Tell NBC4 Responds!

Do You Have a Consumer Issue to Report? Tell NBC4 Responds!

Have a consumer concern? An issue that hasn't been resolved? Tell NBC4 Responds -- we are responding to EVERY consumer issue!

Friday, Mar 24, 2017

NBC4 Responds Gets More Than $1.1M Back for Consumers

NBC4 Responds Gets More Than $1.1M Back for Consumers

From a woman charged for flights she never booked to a number of people who paid thousands for medical equipment and never received it NBC4 Responds is getting results. Susan Hogan reports.

Friday, Mar 24, 2017

Accessibility Company Fails to Deliver for Several Customers

Accessibility Company Fails to Deliver for Several Customers

After NBC4 Responds reported on a company that failed to deliver a stairlift for a man before his death, four more people have reported the company repeatedly missed deadlines after they paid thousands...

Thursday, Mar 23, 2017

FCC Cracks Down on Robocalls

FCC Cracks Down on Robocalls

The FCC proposed new rules to allow carriers to block spoofed caller ID numbers and empower providers to block spoofed robocalls when the spoofed caller ID cannot possibly be valid, including numbers that haven't been assigned to anyone yet. Susan Hogan reports.

Wednesday, Mar 22, 2017

IRS Removed Tool From FAFSA Site After Suspicious Activity

IRS Removed Tool From FAFSA Site After Suspicious Activity

The IRS removed a vital tool from the federal financial aid application website due to suspicious activity, a congressman told News4.

Wednesday, Mar 22, 2017

Sears, Kmart Have 'Substantial Doubt' About Keeping Doors Open

Sears, Kmart Have 'Substantial Doubt' About Keeping Doors Open

The company that owns both Sears and Kmart publicly acknolwedged that it may be in trouble, potentially forced to close its doors.

Friday, Mar 24, 2017

Travel Agency Charges Woman $1K for Flight She Didn’t Book

Travel Agency Charges Woman $1K for Flight She Didn’t Book

After a Maryland woman got a great deal on a flight through a travel agency, she asked for a quote on another ticket, but she said she was charged for that ticket despite not confirming it.

Tuesday, Mar 21, 2017

Problems Arise in Applying for Federal Financial Aid

Problems Arise in Applying for Federal Financial Aid

Consumer Reporter Susan Hogan uncovered numerous problems for students applying for federal financial aid.

Monday, Mar 20, 2017

Eat Healthy for Less: Advice for Eating Healthy on a Budget

Eat Healthy for Less: Advice for Eating Healthy on a Budget

You don't necessarily have to pay more to buy healthy food. Consumer Reporter Susan Hogan shows how to do it.

Top Stories
Crowds Pack the Tidal Basin for Cherry Blossoms' Peak Bloom
Crowds Pack the Tidal Basin for Cherry Blossoms' Peak Bloom

The Tidal Basin was crowded Saturday with people coming to see Washington's famous cherry blossoms at peak bloom. The National Park Service says the best flowers will be around for another four to seven days. News4's Derrick Ward reports.

15-Year-Old Boy Shot and Killed in Prince George's County
15-Year-Old Boy Shot and Killed in Prince George's County

A 15-year-old boy has been shot and killed in Prince George's County, Maryland, police say.

Hundreds Hold Vigil for Bowie Man Killed in Florida
Hundreds Hold Vigil for Bowie Man Killed in Florida

The family of a Bowie man is pleading for answers after he was killed inside a hotel in the Miami area. News4's Darcy Spencer reports.

Woman Struck, Pinned Under Car in Alexandria Parking Lot
Woman Struck, Pinned Under Car in Alexandria Parking Lot

A woman was flown to a hospital Saturday after she was struck by a car and pinned underneath it in Alexandria, Virginia, police say.

'Make America Great Again' Rallies Draw Crowds Across US
'Make America Great Again' Rallies Draw Crowds Across US

Thousands gathered Saturday in cities and towns across the U.S. for planned events in support of President Donald Trump. Most of the events also drew smaller crowds of anti-Trump demonstrators, which resulted in some arrests and altercations. An event in Orange County in Southern California drew around 2,000 people and resulted in 6 arrests, police said, and 3 more were arrested at a rally in Los Angeles. In Philadelphia, police stopped marchers short of their intended destination to avoid potential clashes with anti-Trump demonstrators. Events in Boston, Los Angeles and on the Jersey Shore also drew crowds in support of, and against, the president.

Security, Parking, Garbage Irk Ivanka Trump's DC Neighbors
Security, Parking, Garbage Irk Ivanka Trump's DC Neighbors

The house in the Kalorama neighborhood was bought in December by a company with ties to a Chilean billionaire. The company is renting it to Kushner and Trump, who moved in just after the inauguration of her father, President Donald Trump.