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5 hours ago

Eagle Population Grows As DC Adopts New Environmental Bill

Eagle Population Grows As DC Adopts New Environmental Bill

As the local bald eagle population grows, the District has signed new legiation designed to protect the city's rivers and wildlife. News4's Mark Segraves reports.

5 hours ago

Warm Weather Seems to Mean Early Allergy Season

Warm Weather Seems to Mean Early Allergy Season

The warm weather seems to be ushering in an early allergy season. News4's Chris Gordon reports.

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NBC4 Responds Gets $1.1M Back for Consumers

NBC4 Responds Gets $1.1M Back for Consumers

From a mega water bill blunder to a stolen laptop computer to a refrigerator on the fritz, NBC4 Responds gets results for consumers. Consumer Reporter Susan Hogan has a recap.

6 hours ago

How to Avoid Being Watched By Your Smart TV

How to Avoid Being Watched By Your Smart TV

If you have a smart TV, it may be watching you. If you don't like the idea of your TV-watching habits being tracked, Consumer Reporter Susan Hogan shares some ways to get around it.

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"Elect Her" Aims to Promote Women in Poliltics

"Elect Her" Aims to Promote Women in Poliltics

"Elect Her" starts training women for political office early -- in college. At Northern Virginia Community College, the program is making a difference for women at the Alexandria campus. News4's Julie Carey met some of the women who have benefitted.

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Woman Once Silenced by Domestic Violence Speaks Out to Help Others

Woman Once Silenced by Domestic Violence Speaks Out to Help Others

A woman once silenced by domestic violence now uses her voice to help D.C. police. Erika Gonzalez reports.

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Keeping Middle-Schoolers -- and Their Parents -- in DC

Keeping Middle-Schoolers -- and Their Parents -- in DC

Public schools in Washington, D.C. are stepping up their efforts to attract and retain students in the crucial middle school years. Friday, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser revealed new social and academic programs meant to appeal to students and their parents. News4's Tom Sherwood explains why there is both enthusiasm and skepticism about the plans.

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Proof We Can Have a Civil Dialogue -- Even About Politics

Proof  We Can Have a Civil Dialogue -- Even About Politics

"And we agree. We agree! We all agree!" said one. "I think that everyone genuinely loves the country, and people just have questions that they don't necessarily have the answers to," said another. Remarkably, what began as demonstrations outside of the Conservative Political Action Conference at National Harbor in Maryland Friday gave way to relatively civil debates between critics and supporters of President Donald Trump. News4 Prince George's County Bureau Chief Tracee Wilkins shows us how it unfolded.

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Alexandria Honors Three Men for Mentorship

Alexandria Honors Three Men for Mentorship

Three Alexandria men will be honored for their efforts mentoring youth, News4's Pat Lawson Muse reports. Lawrence "Lucky" Elliott, Traverse Gray and Jackie Mason worked for Alexandria's Recreation Department, where they helped young men during some of the most difficult times for men of color after integration. For more information about the event, click here.

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Sign of Spring: Baby Farm Animals

Sign of Spring: Baby Farm Animals

Looks like Spring to us! These kids are enjoying a day out -- and seeing the new baby farm animals -- at Frying Pan Park in Fairfax County.

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