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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.

May 8, 2014

Districts Fall Short of Recommended School Psychologists

Districts Fall Short of Recommended School Psychologists

The News 4 I-Team looks at whether your local district meets the national recommendations for the number of school psychologists in your school.

May 7, 2014

Hundreds Arrested for Drugs on U.S. Capitol Grounds Since 2010

Hundreds Arrested for Drugs on U.S. Capitol Grounds Since 2010

Hundreds of arrests for drug possession throughout the U.S. Capitol complex in recent years raise concerns about funding of U.S. Capitol Police. The News4 I-Team's Scott MacFarlane reports.

May 11, 2014

400 Drug Arrests on Capitol Grounds Since 2010

400 Drug Arrests on Capitol Grounds Since 2010

Hundreds of arrests for drug possession throughout the U.S. Capitol complex in recent years raise concerns about funding of U.S. Capitol Police.

May 9, 2014

Spike in Patients Threatens to Stretch Mental Health Hospitals

Spike in Patients Threatens to Stretch Mental Health Hospitals

Virginia state mental health hospitals are grappling with a spike in admissions of emergency patients.

Apr 30, 2014

Half of Rio Restaurants Fail Underage Alcohol Compliance

Half of Rio Restaurants Fail Underage Alcohol Compliance

Some restaurants in one of the region's most prominent communities are under scrutiny for not following liquor laws designed to prevent underage kids from buying booze.

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Sons of Woman Who Died on Metro File $50M Lawsuit

Sons of Woman Who Died on Metro File $50M Lawsuit

Relatives of a woman who died when smoke filled a Washington subway train earlier this month are filing a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against the Metro transit agency.

 2 Overnight Fires in Md. Leave 2 in Critical Condition

2 Overnight Fires in Md. Leave 2 in Critical Condition

Two overnight fires in Maryland have left an 11-year-old girl and a 73-year-old man fighting for their lives Friday.

Missing Va. Girl Found in Arkansas; Man in Custody

Missing Va. Girl Found in Arkansas; Man in Custody

A 16-year-old Virginia girl who ran away with a man she met online was found safe in Arkansas, police announced Friday.

9 of the Worst D.C. TV and Movie Stand-ins

9 of the Worst D.C. TV and Movie Stand-ins

From green-screens and CGI to entirely different cities, here’s a list of the worst TV and movie stand-ins for D.C.

Man to Be Sentenced for UMD Student's Death

Man to Be Sentenced for UMD Student's Death

A Maryland man is set to be sentenced in a hit-and-run crash that killed a University of Maryland student.

D.C. Summer Jobs Program Begins Accepting Applications

D.C. Summer Jobs Program Begins Accepting Applications

The six-week, subsidized program is for young people ages 14 to 21.