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Biden, '13 Reasons' Star Alisha Boe Speak at GMU Sex Assault Awareness Event

Biden, '13 Reasons' Star Alisha Boe Speak at GMU Sex Assault Awareness Event

Former Vice President Joe Biden and actress Alisha Boe, a star of the Netflix series "13 Reasons Why," addressed sexual assault at an event at George Mason University. Pat Lawson Muse reports.

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Congress Losing VIP Parking at Reagan National Airport

Congress Losing VIP Parking at Reagan National Airport

Congress is losing a perk. Its VIP parking at Reagan National Airport is being closed for five years. Scott MacFarlane has the story.

Wednesday, Apr 26, 2017 at 01:18 PM EDT

Metro Workers Threatening 'Sick Out' This Weekend

Metro Workers Threatening 'Sick Out' This Weekend

Metro workers are threatening a "sick out" for this weekend. Sources tell News4 that Metro employees have been telling their supervisors they will not be going to work Friday.

Wednesday, Apr 26, 2017 at 01:16 PM EDT

Pursuit Near Recent Crime Scene Spurs Search in Fairfax Co.

Pursuit Near Recent Crime Scene Spurs Search in Fairfax Co.

Fairfax County police are searching an area near Holmes Run Park after officers had an encounter with two teens who may have been smoking marijuana near a recent crime scene.

Wednesday, Apr 26, 2017 at 06:18 AM EDT

Md. Residents Worried About Health Effects of Phone Tower

Md. Residents Worried About Health Effects of Phone Tower

Greenbelt, Maryland, reisdents said at a community meeting Tuesday night that they are concerned about the health effects of a planned cellphone tower. One man said he plans to move his family out of the...

Wednesday, Apr 26, 2017 at 06:17 AM EDT

Metro Workers Threatening 'Sick Out' This Weekend

Metro Workers Threatening 'Sick Out' This Weekend

Metro workers are threatening a "sick out" for this weekend. Sources tell News4 that Metro employees have been telling their supervisors they will not be going to work Friday.

Wednesday, Apr 26, 2017 at 06:16 AM EDT

DC Missing Teens: How Social Media Helps, Hurts Police

DC Missing Teens: How Social Media Helps, Hurts Police

When Commander Chanel Dickerson took over the District's Youth and Family Services Division, she made it her mission to make sure every missing person case got the attention it deserved. The department...

Tuesday, Apr 25, 2017 at 11:42 PM EDT

Metro Riders Nervous About 'Sick Out' Threat by Workers

Metro Riders Nervous About 'Sick Out' Threat by Workers

Metro riders told News4's Shomari Stone they are worried that huge numbers of Metro employees will call in sick this weekend, in protest.

Tuesday, Apr 25, 2017 at 07:43 PM EDT

Dept. of Ed. Changes Verification Requirements for Students Still Waiting on Financial Aid Packages

Dept. of Ed. Changes Verification Requirements for Students Still Waiting on Financial Aid Packages

Millions of high school seniors must decide where they're going to college by Monday, but thousands of them are still waiting on their financial aid packages. Consumer Reporter Susan Hogan explains a major...

Tuesday, Apr 25, 2017 at 07:33 PM EDT

Moms of Children with Autism Work to Teach Acceptance

Moms of Children with Autism Work to Teach Acceptance

For the past eight years, Yolie Carrasco and Mildred Rivera have talked with children in Alexandria, Virginia, about autism. Carrasco has a son with autism who is 19. Rivera's identical twins are now 14....

Community Shred Set for March 25
Community Shred Set for March 25
NBC4's next Community Shred is scheduled for March 25 at Northern Virginia Community College, Annandale Campus. Read more
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