Investigating wrongdoing across D.C. area

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.

Aug 13, 2014

Hundreds More Unaccompanied Immigrant Children Placed in D.C. Region

Hundreds More Unaccompanied Immigrant Children Placed in D.C. Region

Hundreds more unaccompanied immigrant children arrived in the D.C. region in the past few weeks, according to a federal report reviewed by the News4 I-Team.

Aug 13, 2014

Gov't Lost Almost $1M in 2011 Reagan Building Grease Fire

Gov't Lost Almost $1M in 2011 Reagan Building Grease Fire

According to a News4 I-Team investigation, the government has lost nearly $1 million during a dispute surrounding the damage left behind after a grease fire at the Ronald Reagan Building in 2011.

Aug 7, 2014

Schools Getting More Portable Classrooms

Schools Getting More Portable Classrooms

The News4 I-Team obtained lists of schools getting more portable classrooms this school year from five school systems in the area.

Aug 5, 2014

Union Official: Police Shortage at D.C.-Area Naval Facilities

Union Official: Police Shortage at D.C.-Area Naval Facilities

The chairman of the union says D.C.-area Navy facilities have a shortage in police manpower. The News4 I-Team's Scott MacFarlane reports.

Aug 6, 2014

Union Official: Police Shortage at Navy Facilities

Union Official: Police Shortage at Navy Facilities

The Washington Navy Yard is suffering security vulnerabilities because of a shortage of police officers on the base, a union official said.

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Ax-Wielding Man Strikes D.C. Police Cruiser

Ax-Wielding Man Strikes D.C. Police Cruiser

In a brazen attack, a man wielding an ax tried to hurt a D.C. police officer early Friday morning, striking his vehicle and getting into a struggle with the officer.

Hazmat Goes to Md. Mall After Woman Screams She Has Ebola

Hazmat Goes to Md. Mall After Woman Screams She Has Ebola

Hazmat teams responded to at Maryland mall Thursday evening when a woman yelled she had Ebola as police were trying to arrest her.

Native Americans Argue Redskins Suit Should Be Tossed

Native Americans Argue Redskins Suit Should Be Tossed

A Virginia judge will decide Friday whether a lawsuit filed against five Native Americans by the Washington Redskins can proceed.

UVa. Suspect Due in Fairfax Court Via Video

UVa. Suspect Due in Fairfax Court Via Video

The man charged in the abduction of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham is due in Fairfax County court Friday morning in a separate case.

Accused Trooper Killer, Nabbed After 48-Day Manhunt, Due in Court

Accused Trooper Killer, Nabbed After 48-Day Manhunt, Due in Court

Authorities moved Eric Frein, who is accused of killing a Pennsylvania State Trooper, wounding another and then going on the run for nearly seven weeks, from his jail cell in the Blooming Grove Barracks to...

Federal Govt. Made $20B in Secret Purchases in Recent Months

Federal Govt. Made $20B in Secret Purchases in Recent Months

The federal government has spent at least $20 billion in taxpayer money this year on items and services that it is permitted to keep secret from the public, according to an investigation by the News4 I-Team.