New developments in the fight over where to house D.C.'s homeless population. News4's Jackie Bensen reports
A number of U.S. senators demand answers from the manufacturer of the EpiPen after the company raised the price by 400 percent. Consumer Reporter Susan Hogan has the new developments.
A new report says 80 percent of college students aren't adequately insured. Consumer Reporter Susan Hogan explains.
Generoso Anthony Capodilupo, 60, was arrested Monday and charged with multiple counts of defacing public or private property. News4's Jackie Bensen reports.
Northern Virginia bureau chief Julie Carey reports on a police chase of a suspect believed to have passed counterfeit money at the Wegmans in Fairfax Corner.
With Zika in the headlines this summer, many people are worried about standing water that could contribute to mosquito-borne illnesses in the D.C. area. The News4 I-Team reports.
Fairfax County teachers get a "Lego education," using the toy blocks to encourage student interest in robotics and STEM pursuits.
A Prince George's County father contacted News4 after learning his 5-year-old son would have to walk a mile to school and cross dangerous roads. News4's Chris Gordon reports.
Prince George's County Bureau Chief Tracee Wilkins was first to report on a letter sent by board members calling for the chair and vice chair to resign.
The private ambulance service hired by Washington, D.C., to improve response times to 911 calls is not living up to expectations, according to records obtained by News4, but the fire chief says they have helped...