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Panel: Strip MCPS Board Members of Credit Cards

Panel: Strip MCPS Board Members of Credit Cards

A panel recommends taxpayer-funded credit cards be taken from members of the Montgomery County school board.

Jul 22, 2014

Surge in Child Sex Trafficking Cases in Md.

Surge in Child Sex Trafficking Cases in Md.

The News4 I-Team finds a spike in child sex trafficking in Maryland.

Jul 21, 2014

Data From the National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline

Data From the National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline

The Polaris Project provided numbers for the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline from Dec. 7, 2007, to June 1, 2014.

Jul 11, 2014

Laurel Kids Club Votes Out Its Leadership

Laurel Kids Club Votes Out Its Leadership

The president of the Laurel Boys and Girls Club tells the Laurel City Council membership demanded a new election after I-Team investigation found problems inside the popular children's club.

Jul 10, 2014

New Leadership for Laurel Girls and Boys Club After I-Team Report

New Leadership for Laurel Girls and Boys Club After I-Team Report

The Laurel City Council ordered the Laurel Boys and Girls Club's president to appear at a special hearing to explain what a News4 I-Team report uncovered, including problems with the club's finances and a...

Jul 9, 2014

Maryland Shuts Down Laurel Prep; Local Club Faces Additional Investigations

Maryland Shuts Down Laurel Prep; Local Club Faces Additional Investigations

A state investigation, city council hearings and other big developments this week come as a result of a News 4 I-Team investigation into Laurel Prep Academy and the Laurel Boys and Girls Club.

Jul 10, 2014

Md. Shuts Down Laurel Prep; Local Club Faces Investigations

Md. Shuts Down Laurel Prep; Local Club Faces Investigations

A state investigation, city council hearings and other big developments this week come as a result of a News 4 I-Team investigation into Laurel Prep Academy and the Laurel Boys and Girls Club.

Jul 8, 2014

Many Vehicular Arson Cases Difficult to Solve

Many Vehicular Arson Cases Difficult to Solve

Washington, D.C.-area fire departments are grappling with hundreds of deliberately set car fires each year, according to a review by the News4 I-Team.

Jul 7, 2014

Lawmakers Want VA Bonuses Returned

Lawmakers Want VA Bonuses Returned

Leaders at the Veterans Affairs Department received big bonuses in February, and lawmakers say some should be returned amid the recent scandal over performance and wait times.

Jul 7, 2014

How Eagles Are Protected, Honored in Death

How Eagles Are Protected, Honored in Death

The News4 I-Team takes you inside a one-of-a-kind facility that makes sure eagles continue to be honored in death.

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Wheelchair-Bound Woman, 98, Left in Truck at Maryland Live!

Wheelchair-Bound Woman, 98, Left in Truck at Maryland Live!

A man left his 98-year-old mother, who is confined to a wheelchair, alone in a truck at Maryland Live! Casino for at least four-and-a-half hours Monday afternoon, according to Anne Arundel County police.

Mystery Surrounds Man's Death in Fauquier Co. Crash

Mystery Surrounds Man's Death in Fauquier Co. Crash

A 24-year-old man who died overnight following a high-speed chase and crash in Fauquier County may have been shot.

Police Shoot, Kill Man Holding Knife Inside Bank Branch

Police Shoot, Kill Man Holding Knife Inside Bank Branch

Montgomery County Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting at Capital One Bank in Silver Spring.

Six Infant Deaths Reported in D.C. During 2 Weeks

Six Infant Deaths Reported in D.C. During 2 Weeks

D.C. health officials say the deaths of six infants during the past two weeks has led them to speed up a prevention campaign.

Arby's Gives RGIII's Parking Space to LaVar Arrington

Arby's Gives RGIII's Parking Space to LaVar Arrington

An annual tradition is starting at the Arby's across the street from Redskins training camp.

D.C. Resident Hopes Silver Line Ends Her Long Commute

D.C. Resident Hopes Silver Line Ends Her Long Commute

Northern Virginia Bureau reporter David Culver took a ride with a D.C. resident who is hoping the Silver Line will cut down on her long commute.