A federal appeals court says a sniper serving life in prison after terrorizing the Washington, D.C., region as a teenager must get new sentencing hearings.
Officials in Alexandria are apologizing for withholding redesigned plans for a new Metrorail station from the public.
Approximately 1,000 D.C. Public Schools teachers do not have a D.C. teaching license, according to a yearlong investigation by the News4 I-Team.
If you're ready to hit the Metro/road/sidewalk, check out our calendar of some of the most enticing events in and around the D.C. area this summer.
A regional outage that prevented some Verizon customers in Northern Virginia from calling 911 has been resolved.
Items from the box office hit "Black Panther" are coming to the National Museum of African American History and Culture, the museum announced Wednesday.
A couple was forced to jump form the window of their second floor bedroom after flames tore through their Gaithersburg, Maryland, home early Thursday morning.
A Virginia woman is recovering after a driver rammed his pickup into her on the shoulder of Interstate 95 and then fled. News4's Shomari Stone spoke with the woman's parents who say it was a hate crime.
A local contractor accused of preying on the elderly is being sued by the D.C. Attorney General's Office.
A number of people in Virginia claim a driveway paving company vanished before finishing the job.
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