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Metro's Largest Union Votes in Favor of Strike | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 16, 2018
About 9,000 Metro workers may soon go on a three-day strike after the transit agency's largest union voted in favor of doing so.
Rising Humidity and Storms Expected Monday, Tuesday | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 16, 2018
You can expect a hot and humid start to your week with a good chance for storms in the D.C. area, Storm Team4 says.Photo Credit: NBC Washington
Metro Union Members Vote on Strike | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 15, 2018
Members of Metro's largest union lined up for yards and yards on Sundy to vote on whether to authorize a strike. The vote comes just two days before the All-Star Game, which will bring huge crowds to the
Car Rolls Backward, Kills Elderly Maryland Woman | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 15, 2018
An elderly woman died from her injuries after being struck by her car rolling backwards at a church in Boyds, Maryland.Photo Credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images
4 People Injured in Stabbing at Maryland Hotel | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 15, 2018
Four people are hospitalized after a stabbing at a hotel in Gaithersburg, Maryland, police say.Photo Credit: Pete Piringer/Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Services
2 Killed in Reston Crash | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 15, 2018
Two people were killed early Sunday in a car crash in Reston, Virginia. Four others were hospitalized. News4's Derrick Ward reports.
Boil Water Advisory Lifted for All of DC | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 15, 2018
A boil water advisory that affected tens of thousands of people in D.C. Friday has been lifted for the last neighborhoods impacted, DC Water says.Photo Credit: Shutterstock This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
Friends, Family Visit Wake for Teen Killed in Car Crash | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 15, 2018
Family and classmates mourned for 17-year-old Conner McGowan on Sunday at his wake. McGowan was killed in a car crash in Clifton, Virginia. News4 's Darcy Spencer reports.
Washingtonian | July 15, 2018
Bill McDonnell was going bonkers. Deer season had begun, but it was colder than usual, so here he was, sitting among the mounted bucks inside his rancher in Winchester, Virginia, watching winter through the windows. Up until his late eighties, McDonnell hadn’t minded hunting in sub-zero temperatur...
Metro's Largest Union Calls for Emergency Strike Vote | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 14, 2018
Metro’s largest union sent its members notice of a mandatory, emergency strike vote just days before the Major League Baseball All-Star Game.
Alicia's Story: Survivor Devotes Life to Protecting Children | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 14, 2018
The News4 I-Team introduced one of about two dozen police canines worldwide that can sniff out hidden electronic devices like hard drives, laptops and memory cards that can be used to store illegal images.
Man Found Dead at Bloody Scene in Old Town Alexandria | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 14, 2018
Alexandria police charged a 34-year-old man in the death of a man found at a bloody scene inside an Old Town business.
Here Are the MLB Players to Meet at All-Star Week FanFest | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 14, 2018
Baseball fans: Get your selfie stick on deck, because dozens of superstar players are set to descend on D.C. for the All-Star Week FanFest.Photo Credit: Getty Images
Prosecutors: Gang Member Sentenced to 60 Years | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 14, 2018
Montgomery County prosecutors say a gang member who went on a violent crime spree during the holiday season in 2017 has been sentenced to 60 years in prison. News4's Jackie Bensen reports.
Boil Water Alert Stretches Into Day 2: What You Need to Know | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 14, 2018
Residents and businesses in a large area of D.C. face a second day of warnings that their tap water may not be safe. Here's what you need to know.Photo Credit: Getty Images This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
Hurricane Katrina Survivor Finds Success 13 Years Later | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 14, 2018
Keisha Hale was 12 years old when she first appeared on News4, just days after she swam for her life with her mother and grandmother on her back when the hurricane flooded New Orleans.Photo Credit: NBC Washington
DC United Fans Elated for First Game at Audi Field | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 14, 2018
D.C. United fans lined up outside Audi Field Saturday to watch the first-ever match at the new soccer stadium. News4's Darcy Spencer reports.
Residents Upset Over Alleged Police Misconduct in DC | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 13, 2018
Southeast D.C. residents voiced their concerns about an alleged "stop and frisk" incident to D.C. councilmembers. News4's Shomari Stone reports.
Katrina Refugee Finds Success in DC 13 Years Later | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 13, 2018
Keisha Hale had to swim with her mother and her grandmother on her back when Hurricane Katrina flooded New Orleans. Thirteen years later, Hale has become an accomplished young woman in Washington, D.C.
US Government Reopens Case of Emmett Till | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 13, 2018
The Department of Justice is reopening the case of Emmett Till many decades after he was brutally murdered because a white woman said he made advances toward her. News4's Erika Gonzalez spoke with the director...
Man Jumps White House Barrier, Tells Secret Service to Shoot | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 13, 2018
A Virginia man jumped a security barrier at the White House Sunday morning and told the U.S. Secret Service to shoot him.Photo Credit: Shutterstock This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
Boil Water Advisory in Effect for Major Portion of DC | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 13, 2018
DC Water is advising thousands of residents of Northwest and Northeast D.C. to boil their tap water before drinking it or cooking with it.Photo Credit: DC Water
Prince George's School Board Member Says Chair Assaulted Him | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 13, 2018
The Prince George's County school board chair may face assault charges after allegedly attacking a school board member who publicly called for his resignation.Photo Credit: Courtesy Prince George's County School Board
Prince George's Co. School Board Appoints Acting CEO | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 13, 2018
The school board for Prince George's County, Maryland, will appoint an acting CEO to replace Dr. Kevin Maxwell.Photo Credit: NBCWashington This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
DC Water Investigating Widespread Outages | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 13, 2018
Crews with DC Water are investigating widespread water outages in the Northwest and Northeast quadrants of the city Thursday night.Photo Credit: Getty Images
For Your Weekend: MLB All-Star Week, Bastille Day | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 13, 2018
Here's the best and brightest for your weekend in and around D.C.Photo Credit: Shutterstock/Getty Images
Md. Plans to Replace Controversial Guardrail End Terminals | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 13, 2018
Maryland transportation officials announced a plan to replace hundreds of guardrail end caps at the center of a News4 consumer investigation. This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
Teen Arrested in Shooting of Millie's GM in Atlanta | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 13, 2018
Atlanta police arrested a teenager in the shooting of the general manager of a popular D.C. restaurant who was in Atlanta for a wedding over the weekend.Photo Credit: Bo Blair
Boil Water Advisory Affects Restaurants, Businesses on Busy Friday | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 13, 2018
Restaurants in the affected areas of Northwest and Northeast D.C. have had to bring in loads of bottled water for customers and can't serve coffee, tea and other drinks that are made with machines connected...Photo Credit: NBC Washington This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Cl...
Teen Collects Pennies to Honor Military Veterans | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 13, 2018
A local teenager collects pennies to place at the graves of U.S. veterans to honor them for their service.Photo Credit: Connor Ickes
Authorities Deploy K-9s to Find Devices Storing Child Porn | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 13, 2018
The number of child sex exploitation cases is rapidly rising in the Washington, D.C., region, and so, too, is pressure to find new tools for law enforcement to catch the predators.Photo Credit: NBCWashington This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in ...
How K-9 Harley Sniffs Out Hidden Devices That Store Child Porn | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 13, 2018
The News4 I-Team got access to K-9 Harley as she was trained to detect hidden electronic devices that might be used for storing child pornography. Scott MacFarlane reports.
Washingtonian | July 13, 2018
Join us today at 11 AM to chat with Ann Limpert. Have questions about DC’s burgeoning Italian scene? The war on plastic straws? Or maybe you just need a dinner recommendation. Leave a question below, and Ann will get to as many as she can this morning.   Loading…
Washingtonian | July 13, 2018
As word spread of DC Water’s boil water advisory on Friday morning, residents in Northwest and Northeast DC were warned not to drink or use tap water without boiling it. Smithsonian’s National Zoo was aware of the issue and put out a notice before the panic spread, assuring guests that ...
Washingtonian | July 13, 2018
This past May, Peggy Pridemore received a phone call from a fellow film location manager referring her to a producer of a movie with the working title 1973. Pridemore, who has worked on films such as Forrest Gump, Argo,  and Captain America: Winter Soldier, searched through IMDB and the Hollyw...
Washingtonian | July 13, 2018
With France in the final of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, the Washington region’s 12,000-odd French expats have another reason to sing La Marseillaise on Bastille Day (Saturday, July 14th). Commemorate the storming of the Bastille with Alsace wine, Champagne tastings, tricolor snow cones, escargots, an...
Washingtonian | July 13, 2018
DC Water issued an emergency message on Friday morning that residents in large swaths of Northwest and Northeast Washington should boil all water for consumption due to possible contamination. On Thursday evening, a pumping station valve lost pressure, which could potentially allow contaminants in ...
Washingtonian | July 13, 2018
Early Friday morning, DC Water issued a boil water advisory if you live in pretty much the majority of Northwest and parts of Northeast DC. This means you should boil water for at least three minutes before drinking it, using it to brush your teeth, or giving it to your pet. Some gyms, like Vida Fi...
Washingtonian | July 13, 2018
Baseball games mean hot dogs, Cracker Jacks, popcorn…and margaritas and tacos? That’ll be the case this Saturday, when the second location of the Mexican restaurant Mission opens directly across from Nats Park. Diners familiar with the original Dupont Circle location will find a lot in commo...
Washingtonian | July 13, 2018
There’s been a massive shakeup at downtown fine dining destination Mirabelle, as first reported by Don Rockwell. Founding veteran chef Frank Ruta and pastry chef Aggie Chin are out, and their last day in the kitchen is Saturday. The ultra-luxe French restaurant near the White House, which ...
Washingtonian | July 13, 2018
Girl bosses are the name of the game at the Thursday panel led by Milkbar founder Christina Tosi. She’ll be at the new Logan Circle location to lead a discussion with panelists Sarah Gordon and Sheila Fain of Gordy’s Pickle Jar, Pia Carusone of Republic Restoratives Distillery, and Amy Brandwein...
Washingtonian | July 13, 2018
At first glance, Jenny doesn’t look like a star. The 15-year-old DC resident speaks quietly to strangers and smiles at the floor when she’s nervous. But when she took the stage recently at a fundraiser for GALA Hispanic Theatre’s education program, Paso Nuevo, hundreds of people in the audienc...
Washingtonian | July 13, 2018
It’s easy to feel young again in summertime—especially when restaurants and bars are coaxing out your inner child with boozy juice boxes, adult treehouses, and jars of ready-eat cookie dough. But if you want to be the coolest kid on the block, three words for ya: secret pizza bagels.  Casolare&...
Washingtonian | July 13, 2018
Enjoy a drink (or two)? Instead of going to a bar, now you can down some beverages while doing unusual activities. We tried a few to see what the buzz is about. Axe-Throwing At Brookland’s Bad Axe Throwing, you can get tipsy while wielding sharp objects. Packed with guys who appear well acqua...
Washingtonian | July 13, 2018
We’re not at Mad Max levels yet, but DC residents can’t get their hands on bottled water fast enough. After a drop in pressure at the Bryant Street Pumping Station last night, DC Water is now recommending people throughout Northwest and Northeast boil their water to avoid potential co...
Washingtonian | July 13, 2018
SoulCycle will give customers at its DC-area studios free Fiji water until DC’s boil-water advisory lifts. Fiji water usually costs $2 at SoulCycle. DC Water released an advisory early Friday regarding possible water contamination in parts of Northwest and Northeast DC. Its newest map shows a ...
Washingtonian | July 13, 2018
It was a snowy day in 2014 and Kareen Nyasa was already worn out on her second day as a student at Brontech Institute. Sad and fatigued from being out in the snow, Kareen trudged down the hallway to class, defeated. She peered through a classroom window and what she saw stopped her in her […]
Washingtonian | July 13, 2018
It’s MLB All-Star Week and DC is clearly ready for the best summer combination: baseball and beer. Thanks to ABRA, we’ve got a map of the 65 bars that have approved licenses to serve alcohol until 4 AM and be open around the clock from July 14 to July 18 (beginning on Friday night at mi...
This Is How Relisha Rudd May Look Today | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 12, 2018
More than four years after 8-year-old Relisha Rudd disappeared from D.C., the search for the child continues, and investigators have a new idea of how she may look.Photo Credit: Metropolitan Police Department This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in...
Dad Having Stroke Saved by 3-Year-Old Girl's FaceTime to Mom | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | July 12, 2018
A man from Winchester, Virginia, has an unexpected hero to thank for his speedy recovery from an unexpected stroke on Fourth of July: his 3-year-old daughter.