A 94-year-old woman has been inspiring students in Montgomery County for decades. News4's Melissa Mollet explains why she came back from retirement, and why she has no plans to retire again.
WTOP National Security Correspondent J.J. Green explains how terrorism is always evolving.
The IRS removed a vital tool from the federal financial aid application website due to suspicious activity, a congressman told News4.
Two new security checkpoints and a new commuter concourse are part of what the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority has dubbed "Project Journey."
Former U.S. Capitol Police Chief Kim Dine talks about the London attacks and how D.C. has prepared itself for similar threats.
WHUR's Troy Johnson discusses what some listeners think about President Donald Trump's outreach to African-Americans.
The company that owns both Sears and Kmart publicly acknolwedged that it may be in trouble, potentially forced to close its doors.
Three suspects are accused in three separate gun store burglaries in Virginia. News4's Northern Virginia Bureau Reporter David Culver reports.
Katherine Hunter has been found in good health.
Walk to the left, stand to the right? Metro General Manager Paul Wiedefeld said Metro would prefer that you stand.
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