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34 Million Air Bags Recalled

34 Million Air Bags Recalled

Takata is recalling 34 million air bags for safety problems. Consumer reporter Erika Gonzalez lets you know how... Watch »

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 Watch »

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... Watch »

May 20, 2015
Taking a Dip in Md. and Del.: What's in the Water at the Beach?

Taking a Dip in Md. and Del.: What's in the Water at the Beach?

Whether you’re headed inland to the Bay or making for the big waves on the coast, check out what Tisha Thompson and... Watch »

May 20, 2015
Gyrocopter Pilot Indicted for Flight to U.S. Capitol

Gyrocopter Pilot Indicted for Flight to U.S. Capitol

A federal grand jury indicted the gyrocopter pilot who landed on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol on six charges. Read »

May 20, 2015
$40K Delivered to Mansion Before Bodies Found

$40K Delivered to Mansion Before Bodies Found

Shortly before four people were found slain in a multimillion-dollar home in Northwest D.C. Watch »

May 20, 2015
Staycation! Top 14 Memorial Day Weekend Ideas

Staycation! Top 14 Memorial Day Weekend Ideas

Not heading out of town for Memorial Day? Make the most of your three-day weekend with these activities and events... Read »

May 21, 2015
MAP: D.C. Swimming Pools to Open for Summer

MAP: D.C. Swimming Pools to Open for Summer

Cannonball! Pools in the District will welcome swimmers for the season this weekend. Read »

May 22, 2015
Marion Christopher Barry Pleads Guilty in Assault

Marion Christopher Barry Pleads Guilty in Assault

Marion Christopher Barry, the son of the late Marion Barry, has pleaded guilty to three charges stemming from a... Read »

May 20, 2015
Body Recovered in Patuxent River Identified

Body Recovered in Patuxent River Identified

A body has been recovered in the search for the driver of a pickup truck found in the Patuxent River. Read »

May 20, 2015
Truck Overturns, Spills Milk on I-70 East

Truck Overturns, Spills Milk on I-70 East

A truck carrying milk overturned on Interstate 70 east Wednesday morning, spilling the breakfast staple across the... Read »

May 20, 2015
D.C. Streetcar Safety Program Launches Wed.

D.C. Streetcar Safety Program Launches Wed.

A safety campaign to get drivers and pedestrians ready for D.C. streetcars kicks off Wednesday morning. Watch »

May 20, 2015
Sherwood's Notebook: Militarized Policing Takes a Hit

Sherwood's Notebook: Militarized Policing Takes a Hit

President Barack Obama announced on Monday that the Department of Defense would scale back its freewheeling program... Read »

May 20, 2015
Bicyclists Ride in Silence for Those Killed on Roads

Bicyclists Ride in Silence for Those Killed on Roads

Maryland bicyclists are gathering at several locations to silently ride in memory of cyclists killed or hurt on... Read »

May 20, 2015
Metro: 5 of 6 Rail Lines Affected by Weekend Work

Metro: 5 of 6 Rail Lines Affected by Weekend Work

Metro says five of its six rail lines will be impacted by work over the Memorial Day weekend. Read »

May 20, 2015
Over 2,000 Museums Offer Military Families Free Access

Over 2,000 Museums Offer Military Families Free Access

More than 2,000 museums in all 50 states are again offering free admission to military personnel and their families... Read »

May 20, 2015
Widening I-66 Concerns Some Northern Va. Residents

Widening I-66 Concerns Some Northern Va. Residents

While plans to expand Interstate 66 may be good news for commuters, it’s a source of growing concern for longtime... Watch »

May 20, 2015
Substitute Teacher Accused of Beating Students With Belt

Substitute Teacher Accused of Beating Students With Belt

Prince George’s County Public Schools removed a substitute teacher accused of striking students with a belt at Gwynn... Watch »

May 21, 2015
D.C. Considers New Definition of

D.C. Considers New Definition of "Assaulting a Police Officer"

In the district, what it means to assault a police officer may soon change. Watch »

May 19, 2015

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