The chairman of the D.C. Council says there will be an independent investigation on council member Jack Evans to find out if he violated ethics rules. News4's Mark Segraves reports.
A woman is dead after a suspect struck her stopped vehicle Monday night on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway (MD-295).
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is giving state employees a longer holiday for the Fourth of July.
The Providence, a reproduction of one of the Revolutionary War's most famous ships, is scheduled to make its permanent home in Alexandria late on July 1.
A hotel's insurance company has sued a high school student it claims caused more than $690,000 in damage by activating a sprinkler inside one of its rooms
A Spotsylvania, Virginia, woman was arrested and charged with murder in the death of her 3-month-old child, authorities say.
Currently, the Silver, Blue and Orange Metrorail lines all need to take turns cramming through one tunnel from Rosslyn into D.C., skipping over Georgetown along the way. But now, Metro is studying whether a...
Hundreds of family members and friends expressed grief and anger as they said goodbye to a Prince George's County woman who was found dead in a Dominican Republic hotel room last month.
In 2018, Congress first required credit reporting agencies to notify service members of changes to their credit. Now, Susan Hogan reports on how the FTC has clarified some of the changes.
Charges have been dropped against a man two days after a Metro Transit Police officer used a stun gun on him at the U Street station, the man's lawyer told News4.
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