Investigating wrongdoing across D.C. area

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.

Jul 30, 2014

More Job Scams Targeting Military Veterans

More Job Scams Targeting Military Veterans

Tens of thousands of veterans looking for work have been vulnerable to hiring scams in recent months, and complaints about job opportunity-related fraud have been on the rise among service members, the...

Jul 30, 2014

How Veterans and All Job-Seekers Can Avoid Fraud

How Veterans and All Job-Seekers Can Avoid Fraud

Hiring Our Heroes Senior Director Ross Cohen addresses some of the challenges that are unique to veterans and military spouses looking for work. He has advice for anyone looking for a job online.

Jul 30, 2014

More Job Scams Targeting Military Veterans

More Job Scams Targeting Military Veterans

Tens of thousands of veterans looking for work have been vulnerable to hiring scams in recent months, and complaints about job opportunity-related fraud have been on the rise among service members, the...

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Men Shot While Holding Small Child in D.C.

Men Shot While Holding Small Child in D.C.

Two men were shot and injured in Southeast D.C. Monday evening while one of them was holding his three-year-old son.

2 Tornadoes Touched Down in D.C. Area Last Week

2 Tornadoes Touched Down in D.C. Area Last Week

A tornado touched down near Alexandria during storms last week, the National Weather Service (NWS) has confirmed.

Graham Suspect Charged With Attempted Murder in 2005 Case

Graham Suspect Charged With Attempted Murder in 2005 Case

As investigators wait to see if a body found Saturday is missing UVa. student Hannah Graham, the suspect in her disappearance faces new charges.

Dog Stolen From Md. Apartment Found Safe

Dog Stolen From Md. Apartment Found Safe

A 10-year-old dog stolen from a Greenbelt, Maryland apartment last week has been found safe. Prince George's County Police say a tip from a good Samaritan lead Arwyn's owner to find her walking the streets...

"Heartbroken": Families Mourn 7 Victims Tied to Suspected Serial Killer

"Heartbroken": Families Mourn 7 Victims Tied to Suspected Serial Killer

One of seven women whose bodies were discovered in Indiana over the weekend was remembered as a "fighter" Monday, as authorities continued to investigate a killing they now believe uncovered a string of slayings...

Metro to Shut Down Blue Line for Concert for Valor

Metro to Shut Down Blue Line for Concert for Valor

Metro plans to shut down the Blue Line on Veterans Day to help shuttle the hundreds of thousands of people expected to attend the Concert for Valor.