Investigating wrongdoing across D.C. area

Sep 17, 2014
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By Matthew Stabley

Depression Treasures: WPA Paintings

Paintings created by the WPA. See Full Gallery

Sep 17, 2014

Lost History: Hunting for WPA Paintings

Lost History: Hunting for WPA Paintings

The majority of paintings created by the WPA have since been lost, stolen or misplaced, a News4 I-Team review found.

Sep 16, 2014

Series of Safety Concerns Since Navy Yard Shooting

Series of Safety Concerns Since Navy Yard Shooting

In the year since the shootings that killed 12 at the Washington Navy Yard, the News 4 I-Team revealed a series of safety concerns, including the size of the police force and the ability of employees to reach...

Sep 11, 2014

Dozens of Girls in Maryland Juvenile Detention Centers Are Victims of Sex Trafficking

Dozens of Girls in Maryland Juvenile Detention Centers Are Victims of Sex Trafficking

At least 63 girls, some as young as 12 years old, have acknowledged being victims of sex trafficking rings to Maryland investigators while serving recent terms in the state juvenile detention centers since March...

Sep 11, 2014

Dozens in Md. Juvenile Detention Are Victims of Sex Trafficking

Dozens in Md. Juvenile Detention Are Victims of Sex Trafficking

At least 63 girls, some as young as 12 years old, have acknowledged being victims of sex trafficking rings to Maryland investigators while serving recent terms in the state juvenile detention centers since March...

Aug 27, 2014

No Charges Against Police Who Killed Navy Yard Gunman

No Charges Against Police Who Killed Navy Yard Gunman

Federal prosecutors closed their investigation of the police officers who shot and killed the gunman at Washington's Navy Yard last year.

Aug 26, 2014

Investigators: No Criminal Misconduct by Montgomery Co. School Board

Investigators: No Criminal Misconduct by Montgomery Co. School Board

State corruption investigators in Maryland closed their probe of credit card purchases by the Montgomery County school board.

Aug 26, 2014

D.C. Council Spent More Than $40K on Travel in 2013-14

D.C. Council Spent More Than $40K on Travel in 2013-14

A review by the News4 I-Team found the D.C. Council lacks a system to ensure discount pricing or savings are sought for out-of-town travel.

Aug 16, 2014

Police Catching Fewer Metro Fare Jumpers

Police Catching Fewer Metro Fare Jumpers

Fewer people have been caught not paying Metro's fare this summer compared to 2013. The News4 I-Team's Scott MacFarlane reports.

Aug 15, 2014

Navy Yard Victim's Husband Recalls 12 Grueling Hours

Navy Yard Victim's Husband Recalls 12 Grueling Hours

Unable to try to call his wife because of a cellphone ban, the husband of a Navy Yard victim spent 12 grueling hours waiting to learn if she'd survived.

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Va. Seeks Volunteers for Search for Missing U.Va. Student

Va. Seeks Volunteers for Search for Missing U.Va. Student

State emergency management officials are seeking volunteers for what they call a mass search Saturday for a missing University of Virginia student.

D.C. Mayoral Candidates Clash Over Education

D.C. Mayoral Candidates Clash Over Education

The candidates for mayor of Washington have clashed over their plans to improve the city's public schools during the first general-election debate.

Arrest Made in Aspiring Medic's Shooting Death

Arrest Made in Aspiring Medic's Shooting Death

A father of four who wanted to devote his life to helping others was shot and killed over the weekend in southeast D.C.

Prince George's Police Search for Missing Man

Prince George's Police Search for Missing Man

A 77-year-old man from Prince George's County is missing, according to police.

65% of D.C. Likely Voters Want Pot Legalized: Poll

65% of D.C. Likely Voters Want Pot Legalized: Poll

Nearly two-thirds of D.C. likely voters support legalization of marijuana in the city, according to an NBC4/Washington Post/Marist poll. The poll also shows that the majority of likely voters are undecided on...

Case of American Jailed in Cuba Back in U.S. Court

Case of American Jailed in Cuba Back in U.S. Court

An attorney for a Maryland man who has spent over four years imprisoned in Cuba will argue before a federal appeals court that he should be allowed to sue the U.S. government over his imprisonment.