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Spike in Marijuana-Impaired Driving in Maryland, Police Say

Spike in Marijuana-Impaired Driving in Maryland, Police Say

As more states decriminalize marijuana, local police are catching more people driving while under the influence. Read More

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Friday, Feb 15, 2019
DC Councilman Received $75K Settlement From Police in 2017

DC Councilman Received $75K Settlement From Police in 2017

D.C. Council member Trayon White collected a $75,000 settlement from the Metropolitan Police Department seven months after taking office, according to records newly released to the News4 I-Team by the D.C. attorney general. Read More

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Tuesday, Feb 12, 2019
Congress Questions Relocating Sex Criminal Near Victim

Congress Questions Relocating Sex Criminal Near Victim

Members of Congress are raising questions about the upcoming release from prison of a Fairfax County, Virginia, man who kidnapped and tortured a 13-year-old Pittsburgh girl in 2002. Read More

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Wednesday, Feb 6, 2019
Federal Whistleblower Raising Questions About K-9s Overseas

Federal Whistleblower Raising Questions About K-9s Overseas

A local federal whistleblower is raising questions about the welfare of K-9s deployed overseas through a State Department program intended to help other countries fight terrorism — complaints that have caught the attention... Read More

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Monday, Feb 4, 2019
Tens of Thousands of Adoptees Learn They Aren’t US Citizens

Tens of Thousands of Adoptees Learn They Aren’t US Citizens

The News4 I-Team found tens of thousands of people who were brought to the United States when they were adopted later learned they aren't U.S. citizens. Read More

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Saturday, Feb 2, 2019
Adopted Abroad, Raised in US, and Now Facing Deportation

Adopted Abroad, Raised in US, and Now Facing Deportation

An NBC Bay Area investigation has discovered tens of thousands of U.S. residents, adopted as infants from foreign countries, and raised in the United States, now face possible deportation – because they are technically not... Read More

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Friday, Feb 1, 2019
DC Council to Consider Tougher Enforcement of Mold Laws

DC Council to Consider Tougher Enforcement of Mold Laws

The head of the D.C. Council said he wants to toughen the District’s laws to make it easier for renters to get relief from problems with mold. Read More

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Thursday, Jan 31, 2019
Human Trafficking Stopped by Feds Increased by 20 Percent

Human Trafficking Stopped by Feds Increased by 20 Percent

The I-Team obtained and analyzed U.S. Justice Department data on trafficking cases initiated between 2015 and 2017, finding a nearly 20 percent increase in the number of people charged with human trafficking by federal prosecutors... Read More

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Wednesday, Jan 30, 2019
Number of Teachers Working Without Licensure in DC Falling

Number of Teachers Working Without Licensure in DC Falling

About 400 D.C. Public Schools teachers remain without licenses. Scott MacFarlane reports that's down from 1,000.

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Tuesday, Jan 29, 2019
New DC Law Limits Use of Visitor Parking Passes

New DC Law Limits Use of Visitor Parking Passes

After the News4 I-Team found rampant abuse of visitor parking passes, a new law could crack down on those profiting. Scott MacFarlane reports.

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