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DC Backs Fines for Food Trucks That Squat on Parking Spots

DC Backs Fines for Food Trucks That Squat on Parking Spots

The D.C. Council unanimously approved legislation on Tuesday designed to break the logjam of food trucks squatting on some of the District’s most prized parking meter spaces. Read More

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Investigations
Monday, Dec 17, 2018
Bill Would Fine Food Trucks for Squatting on Parking Spots

Bill Would Fine Food Trucks for Squatting on Parking Spots

The D.C. Council is nearing final approval on new legislation designed to break the logjam of food trucks squatting on some of the District’s most prized parking meter spaces. Read More

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Thursday, Dec 13, 2018
Some DC Middle Schools Fall Short in Science, Social Studies

Some DC Middle Schools Fall Short in Science, Social Studies

D.C. Public Schools are intentionally falling short of providing the required science and social studies instructional time in at least four middle schools, a violation of its own standards, a News4 I-Team investigation found. Read More

Water Woes
Wednesday, Dec 12, 2018
DC Quietly Alters Plan to Ease Water Bills to Avoid Lawsuit

DC Quietly Alters Plan to Ease Water Bills to Avoid Lawsuit

Some of the District's hardest hit water customers will share $3.4 million in relief as government leaders begin to roll out a new program to offset the Clean Rivers Impervious Area Charge. Read More

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Wednesday, Dec 12, 2018
Stolen Xbox Led Police to Suspects in 30-Minute Crime Spree

Stolen Xbox Led Police to Suspects in 30-Minute Crime Spree

Two men robbed three Maryland businesses in just 30 minutes last year, but the GPS on one of the items they stole quickly led police to them. Read More

Water Woes
Wednesday, Dec 5, 2018
DC Outlines Eligibility for Millions in Water Fees Relief

DC Outlines Eligibility for Millions in Water Fees Relief

Some of the District's hardest hit water customers will share $3.4 million in relief as government leaders begin to roll out a new program to offset the Clean Rivers Impervious Area Charge. Read More

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Monday, Dec 3, 2018
Fare Evasion Remains Rampant on Metro Trains, Buses

Fare Evasion Remains Rampant on Metro Trains, Buses

On the eve of a D.C. Council vote to decriminalize fare cheating on Metrobus and Metrorail, the News4 I-Team found fare evasion remains rampant on the transit system. Read More

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Thursday, Nov 29, 2018
Work Orders Reveal Mice in White House, Chilly Temps at VA

Work Orders Reveal Mice in White House, Chilly Temps at VA

Reports of rodents in the West Wing, frigid temperatures at the Department of Veterans Affairs and a bathroom mishap by a Cabinet secretary have prompted repair requests in Washington, D.C. federal buildings in the past two years. Read More

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Wednesday, Nov 28, 2018
State Dept. Inspectors Find Inappropriate Conduct at National Passport Center

State Dept. Inspectors Find Inappropriate Conduct at National Passport Center

State Department inspectors found a lack of diplomacy inside its National Passport Center. The News4 I-Team's Scott MacFarlane reports the agency is taking heat for how it treats its workers.

Investigations
Monday, Nov 26, 2018
Ex-Olympian Pleads Guilty to Unlawful Entry at Embassy

Ex-Olympian Pleads Guilty to Unlawful Entry at Embassy

A four-time Olympic sprinter and American college track star pleaded guilty to a count related to forcibly thrusting papers and garbage at the Washington, D.C., embassy of the small West African nation of Equatorial Guinea. Read More

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