Investigating wrongdoing across D.C. area

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.

Jun 30, 2014

Emails Depict Hours Surrounding Shinseki Resignation

Emails Depict Hours Surrounding Shinseki Resignation

Internal emails among top staffers of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs reveal some of the frantic activity in the hours just before and after the May 30 resignation of former Secretary Eric Shinseki.

Jun 23, 2014

Off the Court at Laurel Prep Academy

Off the Court at Laurel Prep Academy

The Laurel Prep Academy is known for its basketball prowess. But what about its academics? Tisha Thompson shows what is really happening when the students aren’t on the court.

Jun 23, 2014

Club Controversy: Adults Fight Over Money, Power and Basketball

Club Controversy: Adults Fight Over Money, Power and Basketball

The News4 I-Team’s Tisha Thompson takes you inside a kids’ club being torn apart by adults fighting over money, power and basketball.

Jun 23, 2014

Possible Basketball Farm Team at Laurel Prep

Possible Basketball Farm Team at Laurel Prep

The Laurel Prep Academy is known for its basketball prowess. But what about its academics? Tisha Thompson shows what is really happening when the students aren’t on the court.

Jun 23, 2014

Club Controversy: Fight Over Money, Power, Basketball

Club Controversy: Fight Over Money, Power, Basketball

The News4 I-Team’s Tisha Thompson takes you inside a kids’ club being torn apart by adults fighting over money, power and basketball.

Jun 21, 2014

Md. Removes Thousands of Road Signs Ahead of Primary

Md. Removes Thousands of Road Signs Ahead of Primary

Days before Maryland’s primary election, a review by the News4 I-Team reveals state and local highway crews have been forced to pull thousands of road signs from local roadways.

Jun 17, 2014

Md. Prosecutor Subpoenas MCPS Board's Expenses

Md. Prosecutor Subpoenas MCPS Board's Expenses

Maryland's Office of the State Prosecutor subpoenaed 1,500 pages of credit card statements and expenses by the Montgomery County Public Schools Board of Education.

Jun 16, 2014

Suicide Attempts, Threats Indicate Mental Illness in Jails

Suicide Attempts, Threats Indicate Mental Illness in Jails

The frequency of suicide attempts and threats in D.C. jails indicate widespread mental illness in local lockups.

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Marion Barry, "Mayor for Life",  Dies at 78

Marion Barry, "Mayor for Life", Dies at 78

Marion Barry, an icon of D.C. politics good and bad for more than 40 years, has died.

Obama, Colleagues, Friends Remember Marion Barry

Obama, Colleagues, Friends Remember Marion Barry

Friends and colleagues remembered former four-time D.C. Mayor Marion Barry who died early Sunday morning at age 78.

49ers Defeat Redskins, 17-13

49ers Defeat Redskins, 17-13

The San Francisco 49ers defeated the Washington Redskins, 17-13, in a game that Washington kept competitive up until the last three minutes of the game.

911 Service Returned to Parts of Stafford Co.

911 Service Returned to Parts of Stafford Co.

911 service in parts of Stafford County was disrupted early Sunday, the Stafford Sheriff's Office said in a statement.

Four Protesters Arrested After UVa. Suspends Greek Life

Four Protesters Arrested After UVa. Suspends Greek Life

The school is one of 86 under federal investigation for inadequately handling sexual-violence complaints, and one of a dozen under a proactive probe launched by the Department of Education’s Office of Civil...

Teen Shot During Private Party on College Campus

Teen Shot During Private Party on College Campus

Annapolis police said a 17-year-old girl was shot in the face in a field behind a boathouse on the campus of St. John's College.