Investigating wrongdoing across D.C. area

Jan 13, 2014

Discipline for Cellphones in School Declines

Discipline for Cellphones in School Declines

More local students are carrying smartphones in school, but far fewer are getting suspended for it, according to records reviewed by the News4 I-Team.

Jan 8, 2014

Navy Reviews FOIA Office After Mistakenly Sent Email

Navy Reviews FOIA Office After Mistakenly Sent Email

U.S. Navy officials ordered an internal review of employees in its Freedom of Information Act office because of the content of an email mistakenly sent to News4 I-Team reporter Scott MacFarlane.

Jan 3, 2014

Rising Md. Foreclosures Are Tail End of Crisis

Rising Md. Foreclosures Are Tail End of Crisis

Foreclosure rates are skyrocketing in Maryland, according to reports obtained and reviewed by the News4 I-Team, and the state’s efforts to protect homeowners could be fueling the problem.

Jan 2, 2014

Montgomery County School Buses Equipped With Cameras

Montgomery County School Buses Equipped With Cameras

Montgomery County put cameras on school buses to catch drivers who don't stop. The I-Team's Scott MacFarlane reports.

Jan 1, 2014

DC Parks & Rec Employees to Pay Back Some Travel Money

DC Parks & Rec Employees to Pay Back Some Travel Money

Five city employees have been ordered to pay back hundreds of dollars that they received for food while traveling to a conference in October, after the News4 I-Team discovered the workers claimed money for a day...

Dec 30, 2013

Area Bars Steer Intoxicated Passengers Toward Cabs

Area Bars Steer Intoxicated Passengers Toward Cabs

Some Washington, D.C.-area bars said they’re going to direct intoxicated people to cab rides Tuesday, during New Year’s Eve festivities, in the wake of a News4 I-Team investigation.

Dec 20, 2013

DC Parks & Rec Scrutinized Over Trip During Govt. Shutdown

DC Parks & Rec Scrutinized Over Trip During Govt. Shutdown

D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray is scrutinizing a D.C. Parks and Recreation trip to an October conference in Houston that cost taxpayers about $54,000.

Dec 19, 2013

Under the Hood: Shop Owners Sue AAMCO

Under the Hood: Shop Owners Sue AAMCO

The News4 I-Team has learned some AAMCO franchise shop owners have filed a class action lawsuit against the company, accusing it of fraud, unfair fees and pushing them to financial ruin.

Dec 22, 2013

Amtrak's Food Service Costs Eat Up Revenues

Amtrak's Food Service Costs Eat Up Revenues

An audit from Amtrak’s Office of Inspector General reveals the transit system lost $72 million on some of its food and beverage services last year.

Dec 17, 2013

Renovation Details Revealed for Navy Yard Site of Mass Shooting

Renovation Details Revealed for Navy Yard Site of Mass Shooting

A "Remembrance Area" and a new visitor's entrance will be among the changes when the Navy rebuilds Building 197 of the Washington Navy Yard, where a gunman killed 12 people and then himself in a shooting...

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D.C. Man Gets 25 Months in Dog Abuse Case

D.C. Man Gets 25 Months in Dog Abuse Case

A D.C. man was sentenced Friday to 25 months in prison in an animal cruelty case involving 10 different dogs.

D.C.'s Rent Prices 2nd Only to Hawaii's: Report

D.C.'s Rent Prices 2nd Only to Hawaii's: Report

For many American households, paying rent is a month-to-month challenge and a new report reveals that affordable rent barely exists across the country.

Chris Brown Trial Delayed to Monday

Chris Brown Trial Delayed to Monday

Singer Chris Brown's bodyguard will have to wait until Monday to learn whether he will serve time behind bars for an assault outside a Washington, D.C., hotel.

30 Years for Heroin Dealer Connected to 3 Deaths

30 Years for Heroin Dealer Connected to 3 Deaths

A D.C. man who distributed heroin that resulted in the deaths of at least three people in Fairfax County, Va., was sentenced Friday to 30 years in prison.

16-Year-Old Girl Missing From Gaithersburg

16-Year-Old Girl Missing From Gaithersburg

Sixteen-year-old Dayana Agudelo-Gomez was last seen March 15.

Parents' Suit Against Md. Private School Dismissed

Parents' Suit Against Md. Private School Dismissed

A Montgomery County judge has dismissed a couple's lawsuit alleging that a top private school jeopardized their son's college career by not doing enough to help him.