Investigating wrongdoing across D.C. area

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...

Dec 11, 2013

Skins Move Could Have Meant Millions for Prince George’s

Skins Move Could Have Meant Millions for Prince George’s

The Washington Redskins’ decision in 2012 to keep its team headquarters in Ashburn, Va. – and forgo a move to Bowie, Md. – cost Prince George’s County a potential $71 million boom in annual economic activity....

Dec 11, 2013

Skins Move Could Have Meant Millions for Prince George’s

Skins Move Could Have Meant Millions for Prince George’s

The Washington Redskins’ decision in 2012 to keep its team headquarters in Ashburn, Va. – and forgo a move to Bowie, Md. – cost Prince George’s County a potential $71 million boom in annual economic activity.

Dec 5, 2013

Campus Alerts Not Always Reaching Students

Campus Alerts Not Always Reaching Students

Some colleges are still facing an uphill battle when trying to get emergency warnings out to students.

Nov 30, 2013

Airline Won't Pay Vet Bill Without Confidential Agreement

Airline Won't Pay Vet Bill Without Confidential Agreement

A Virginia woman told the News4 I-Team her dog almost died after a flight, and the airline wouldn't pay the vet bills unless she agreed to stay quiet.

Nov 26, 2013

New Laws Impact Cigarette Smuggling

New Laws Impact Cigarette Smuggling

States around the country are cracking down on the rising problem of cigarette smuggling with tougher enforcement and legislation, but could those news laws actually contribute to the black market?

Nov 26, 2013
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By Matthew Stabley

Images From Sedona's Flight

Janet Sinclair shared pictures from what she called a long wait in the heat... See Full Gallery

Nov 26, 2013

New Laws Impact Cigarette Smuggling

New Laws Impact Cigarette Smuggling

States around the country are cracking down on the rising problem of cigarette smuggling with tougher enforcement and legislation, but could those news laws actually contribute to the black market?

Nov 25, 2013

The Tobacco Trail: Smuggling Cigarettes Out of Virginia

The Tobacco Trail: Smuggling Cigarettes Out of Virginia

The News4 I-Team goes undercover from Virginia to New York to show law enforcement trying to combat the world of cigarette smuggling.

Nov 11, 2013

Fake Online Story Raises Thousands

Fake Online Story Raises Thousands

The News4 I-Team talks with a mother who found her healthy son’s picture being used on a fundraising website to raise thousands of dollars for surgery he did not need.

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Charles Severance to Appeal Extradition to Va.

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