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Oct 9, 2014

Ebola Highlights Stingier Federal Preparedness Funding

Ebola Highlights Stingier Federal Preparedness Funding

A News4 I-Team review finds the government has extra ground to make up in the fight against Ebola. As Scott MacFarlane reports, the government has, in recent years, become stingier with the money it gives...

Oct 10, 2014

Prince George's School Board Members' Expenses Scrutinized

Prince George's School Board Members' Expenses Scrutinized

Some of Prince George's County Public Schools Board of Education members' expenses have come under question.

Oct 3, 2014

Former D.C. Inmate Sues Over Suicide Cleanup Detail

Former D.C. Inmate Sues Over Suicide Cleanup Detail

A former inmate of the DC Department of Corrections is suing the city and his jailors for a “grisly” work assignment he alleges he was ordered to perform in summer 2013.

Sep 25, 2014

School Board Member Admonished for Asking Teen About Condoms

School Board Member Admonished for Asking Teen About Condoms

The Howard County School Board formally admonished one of its members, saying she sexually harassed a teenage boy on school grounds, but she says she’s the victim of bullying by her colleagues.

Sep 23, 2014

100 Injured or Killed Along Train Tracks Past 3 Years

100 Injured or Killed Along Train Tracks Past 3 Years

More than 100 people have been hurt or killed walking along Washington, D.C.-area railroad tracks in the past three years, including some who tried to cross the tracks in areas that a News4 I-Team investigation...

Sep 17, 2014
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By Matthew Stabley

Depression Treasures: WPA Paintings

Paintings created by the WPA. See Full Gallery

Sep 21, 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...

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...

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Hannah Graham: Remains Found Belong to UVa. Student

Hannah Graham: Remains Found Belong to UVa. Student

A body found Saturday is missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, the Albemarle County Police Department said Friday.

D.C. Teen Remains in Coma After Hit-And-Run

D.C. Teen Remains in Coma After Hit-And-Run

Jeremiah Williams has been in a coma since he was struck by a hit-and-run driver Tuesday night in D.C.

Handcyclist Competing in Third MCM

Handcyclist Competing in Third MCM

A double-leg amputee marine will be one of dozens of handcyclists will take part along side runners in the Marine Corps Marathon Sunday.

Nina Pham Meets With Obama After Discharge From NIH

Nina Pham Meets With Obama After Discharge From NIH

Dallas nurse Nina Pham, who contracted Ebola while caring for a patient in Texas, was discharged from the hospital Friday, now free of the virus, and will meet with President Barack Obama at the White...

Micro Cameras Found in Search of Rabbi's Towson U. Office

Micro Cameras Found in Search of Rabbi's Towson U. Office

A D.C. rabbi accused of secretly recording women shower at a Georgetown synagogue also had a collection of secret recording devices in his office at a Maryland college, according to court documents.

Fevered Health Worker in Isolation at Newark Hospital

Fevered Health Worker in Isolation at Newark Hospital

A health care worker with a recent history of treating Ebola patients in West Africa developed a fever after landing at Newark Airport Friday, and is now in isolation at University Hospital in Newark, officials...