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Problems Continue to Plague DC VA Center Year After Report

Problems Continue to Plague DC VA Center Year After Report

One year after the release of a scathing internal report and the firing of the medical center director, the Washington DC VA Medical Center has no permanent leader and continues to face safety questions. Read More

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Investigations
Tuesday, Apr 17, 2018
Woman Arrested With Loaded Gun at CIA Headquarters: Police

Woman Arrested With Loaded Gun at CIA Headquarters: Police

A woman was arrested after she took a loaded gun onto the grounds of CIA headquarters, officials say. Read More

Investigations
Tuesday, Apr 10, 2018
Md. Law Lets Quadriplegic Attorney Keep Job and Nursing Care

Md. Law Lets Quadriplegic Attorney Keep Job and Nursing Care

A new law to help a quadriplegic attorney keep both his job and his nursing care passed on the last day of Maryland's legislative session Monday. Read More

Investigations
Tuesday, Apr 10, 2018
DC Council Votes to Exempt Single-Family Homes From TOPA Law

DC Council Votes to Exempt Single-Family Homes From TOPA Law

The D.C. Council passed legislation Tuesday that would exempt renters of single family homes throughout the District from the Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act, known as TOPA. Read More

Slipping Through the Cracks
Monday, Apr 9, 2018
Bill to Address Sex Abuse in Schools Fails in Md. House

Bill to Address Sex Abuse in Schools Fails in Md. House

Maryland legislators ended their 2018 session without passing a high-profile bill to protect against child sex abuse in schools. Read More

Investigations
Monday, Apr 9, 2018
VA Appoints New Acting Director to DC Medical Center

VA Appoints New Acting Director to DC Medical Center

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs reassigned the director of the troubled Washington DC VA Medical Center and promoted another staffer to run the facility. Read More

Investigations
Wednesday, Apr 4, 2018
Congresswoman Requests Hearings After Spy Tech Found in DC

Congresswoman Requests Hearings After Spy Tech Found in DC

Washington, D.C.'s delegate to Congress just sent a letter to the chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee calling for a hearing on our nation's cellphone security after learning of rogue spy devices found in... Read More

Investigations
Thursday, Apr 5, 2018
Lawyer Must Choose Job or Nursing Care Under Current Md. Law

Lawyer Must Choose Job or Nursing Care Under Current Md. Law

A quadriplegic faces the prospect of losing either his job or his full-time nursing care because of a loophole in Maryland law. Read More

Investigations
Wednesday, Apr 4, 2018
DC Area Conducts Largest Test of Wireless Emergency Alerts

DC Area Conducts Largest Test of Wireless Emergency Alerts

More than 5 million people throughout Washington, D.C., Maryland and northern Virginia should have received an emergency alert on their cellphones Thursday morning as part of the largest simultaneous test conducted in the... Read More

Investigations
Tuesday, Apr 3, 2018
DC Seeks Solutions for Food Truck Parking Woes

DC Seeks Solutions for Food Truck Parking Woes

The head of the Washington, D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs said the agency will try to find a "solution" to a food truck parking dispute outside the headquarters of NASA and the offices of Special Counsel Robert... Read More

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Community Shred Set for March 24
Community Shred Set for March 24
NBC4's next Community Shred is scheduled for March 24 at Northern... Read more
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