Investigating wrongdoing across D.C. area

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.

May 28, 2014

Thousands of Free School Lunches Skipped Each Day in D.C. Area

Thousands of Free School Lunches Skipped Each Day in D.C. Area

Local school districts are losing access to millions of dollars in federal subsidies each month because of students skipping free or reduced-price school lunches. The News4 I-Team's Scott MacFarlane reports.

May 28, 2014

Thousands of Free School Lunches Skipped Daily

Thousands of Free School Lunches Skipped Daily

More than 60,000 low-income Washington, D.C.-area students are skipping school lunch each day, forgoing a free or reduced-price meal provided by taxpayers, according to a review of school district records by the...

May 24, 2014

D.C. Fire Chief Changes Sick Day Policy

D.C. Fire Chief Changes Sick Day Policy

Washington, D.C., Fire and Emergency Medical Services Chief Kenneth Ellerbe ordered a sweeping, though temporary, change to the agency’s sick time policy.

May 21, 2014

6,000 Maryland Drivers Subjected to Extra Scrutiny Last Year

6,000 Maryland Drivers Subjected to Extra Scrutiny Last Year

More than 6,000 Maryland drivers -- many of them senior citizens -- were subject to extra scrutiny and testing last year in order to keep their licenses.

May 13, 2014

Debate Increases Over Licensing Rules for Elderly Drivers

Debate Increases Over Licensing Rules for Elderly Drivers

As the number of elderly drivers in the D.C. area grows, so does the debate over licensing rules.

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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.

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.

Traffic-Related Fatalities, Shootings of Police Officers Rise: Report

Traffic-Related Fatalities, Shootings of Police Officers Rise: Report

Sixty-seven law enforcement officers were killed, compared to 51 last year

Beretta Moving Manufacturing out of Maryland

Beretta Moving Manufacturing out of Maryland

Gun maker Beretta U.S.A. announced it will move all of its manufacturing out of Maryland to a new factory in Tennessee, after the company protested Maryland's strict gun law passed last year.