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Porn Viewership in DC on the Rise Since Shutdown: Website | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 18, 2019
The site said its numbers show that the largest increases in visits occurred late night, between 10 p.m. and midnight, and during the afternoon around 1 p.m.Photo Credit: Getty Images, File
How to Help Federal Workers Impacted by the Gov't Shutdown | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 18, 2019
Federal workers impacted by the partial government shutdown are feeling a financial squeeze, but there are many ways citizens are working to ease the stress.Photo Credit: Shutterstock
Your Friday Afternoon Forecast: Wet, Then Cold Weekend | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 18, 2019
Storm Team4's Chuck Bell has the forecast for Friday, the weekend and the week ahead.
Maryland Teacher Dies After Medical Emergency During Class | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 18, 2019
A Rockville Middle teacher died Thursday after suffering a medical emergency as she was teaching students in the classroom.Photo Credit: Shutterstock
16th Street Shut Down Near MD/DC Border Due to Downed Wires | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 18, 2019
The closure is expected to be a problem lasting into the Friday morning commute and could have a big impact on commuters who travel between D.C. and Maryland via 16th Street.Photo Credit: Justin Finch, NBC4
Your Thursday Forecast: Brace Yourself for Snow and Rain | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 17, 2019
Storm Team4's Chuck Bell has the forecast for Thursday and the messy, cold weekend ahead.
Snow and Rain to Hit DC Starting Thursday Afternoon | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 17, 2019
A mix of rain and snow is expected Thursday afternoon and evening, with 1 inch of slushy snow or less expected in D.C. and to the south and east. More snow is expected north and west of D.C., perhaps 1 to...Photo Credit: NBC Washington This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Clic...
Expect DC Road Closures for March for Life, Women's March | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 17, 2019
D.C. police are warning drivers to expect road closures and parking restrictions. Vehicles that break the rules can be ticketed or towedPhoto Credit: Getty Images
DC Housing Authority Declares Emergency | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 17, 2019
The director of the D.C. Housing Authority says its properties need about $1 billion in long-term repair costs. The conditions are so bad that the D.C. Housing Authority is declaring an emergency.
Physical Therapy Patients Cutting Visits Amid Shutdown | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 17, 2019
"Patients are calling us and saying, 'Well, I can't come in three times this week. Can I just come in one time this week?' Because of their copays," a director at a physical rehab center in Largo said....
Northeast DC Leader Wants More Cameras to Deter Violence | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 17, 2019
A former ANC commissioner in Northeast D.C. says every business that's had multiple calls to police for crime should be required to have security cameras. News4's Shomari Stone explains.
Neighbor Says He Tried to Save Elderly Man Killed in Fire | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 17, 2019
"I had nightmares all night long." A neighbor told News4 he is sad he couldn't save his elderly neighbor who died in a fire in Fairfax County. News4's Chris Gordon reports.
Man Sentenced for Sexually Assaulting 14-Year-Old Girl | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 17, 2019
An associate of the MS-13 gang was sentenced to spend 15 years in prison for sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl who was forced into prostitution. News4's Jackie Bensen reports.
Gov't Shutdown Wreaks More Havoc the Longer It Continues | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 17, 2019
Southwest Airlines' yearlong effort to launch affordable flights to Hawaii is stalled. Craft brewers haven't been able to ship their seasonal beers. Hundreds of federal rental assistance contracts with...Photo Credit: AP This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open ...
Tommy McFly Learns to Carve Ice Ahead of Leesburg Festival | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 17, 2019
Leesburg, Virginia, is taking full advantage of the chilly weather for its upcoming winter festival. In the spirit of the event, Tommy McFly learned how to carve an ice sculpture.
Your Thursday Forecast: Look Out for Snow, Rain, Icy Temps | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 17, 2019
Storm Team4's Amelia Draper has the forecast for Thursday evening and the messy weekend ahead. Adam Tuss reports live from the roads of Winchester.
Reporter Saves Woman Who Fell Into Water at Rock Creek | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 17, 2019
Amidst the winter storm that dumped nearly a foot of snow in the D.C. area, Dave Dildine ventured out to Rock Creek Park on Sunday to capture what he hoped would be the perfect photo.Photo Credit: WTOP
Metro Says It's Losing $400K Per Weekday During Shutdown | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 17, 2019
Washington, D.C.'s Metro system says it is losing hundreds of thousands of dollars for every weekday that goes by during the partial federal government shutdown.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.
Virginia Family Terrified After Mysterious Double Homicide | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 17, 2019
A Virginia mother and daughter are terrified a killer or killers could be looking for them after a father and son were killed in a Fauquier County home in November.
Shutdown Resources: Here's How to Get Help in the DC Area | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 17, 2019
In D.C., you can get help paying your water bill. In Charles County, Maryland, the school district can help if you can't afford your kids' school lunch. And in Arlington, Virginia, a pet food pantry has opened.Photo Credit: Shutterstock
Police Plead for Help Solving Murder of 22-Year-Old | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 16, 2019
Davane Williams, 22, was shot and killed Tuesday in what police say is a targeted attack. News4's Shomari Stone reports that police are looking for help to solve the city's 12th homicide this year.
Broccoli City Festival Reveals 2019 Lineup | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 16, 2019
Broccoli City revealed its 2019 performance lineup Wednesday for an event set to bring music, sustainable living awareness, art installations, fitness and more to the D.C. area in April.Photo Credit: Travis Ellison
100-Pound Dog Rescued From Icy Pond in Maryland | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 16, 2019
Rescue workers pulled a 100-pound Doberman Pinscher from an ice-covered pond Wednesday morning after the dog fell through thin ice.Photo Credit: Mark Brady, @PGFDPIO
Silver Spring Bank Robber Killed by Officer: Police | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 16, 2019
A man who walked into a bank in downtown Silver Spring and demanded $20,000 has died after being shot by a Montgomery County police officer, officials say.Photo Credit: NBC Washington
Karen Pence to Teach at School That Bans LGBTQ Employees, Students | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 16, 2019
Karen Pence, the wife of Vice President Mike Pence, said Tuesday she would return to teaching art at a northern Virginia elementary school that explicitly bars its employees from engaging in or condoning...Photo Credit: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images
Fake Washington Post Passed Out in DC Claims Trump Resigned | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 16, 2019
Commuters in downtown Washington, D.C. were greeted with a jarring sight Wednesday morning: Activists distributed fake copies of The Washington Post announcing President Donald Trump’s resignation.Photo Credit: Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images
DC 'Emergency Kitchen' Opens for Furloughed Feds | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 16, 2019
On the 26th day of the longest government shutdown in United States history, hundreds of people lined up for free meals from chef José Andrés.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.
DC Mayor Vetoes Bill to Decriminalize Metro Fare Evasion | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 16, 2019
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has vetoed a bill that would decriminalize cheating fares on Metro.Photo Credit: NBC Washington This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
Full Forecast: When You Can Expect Snow and Rain | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 16, 2019
Storm Team4's Amelia Draper has the forecast for Wednesday and beyond. Rain and snow are on the way soon.
Md. Prison Accused of Prisoner Abuse Leading to Miscarriage | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 16, 2019
A lawsuit filed in federal court alleges abuse at the Prince George’s County Correctional Center led to a prisoner’s miscarriage.
Police: Woman Tried to Kidnap 6-Year-Old Girl in Georgetown | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 16, 2019
Police are searching for a woman they say tried to abduct a little girl from outside her home in Georgetown by luring her with cotton candy.Photo Credit: Metropolitan Police Department
Sports Betting in Full Swing in West Virginia | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 16, 2019
Sports betting is definitely coming to D.C., possibly in time for baseball season, but in the meantime, if you want to place a bet on a ballgame, you can do so just 90 miles away in West Virginia.Photo Credit: NBCWashington
Virginia Food Bank Opens its Doors to Furloughed Federal Workers | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 16, 2019
The Fredericksburg Regional Food Bank, a food distribution center in Stafford County, Virginia, has opened its doors for the first time as a direct food pick-up location for families affected by the partial...Photo Credit: NBC Washington
Miles of Traffic on Outer Loop in Bethesda After Crash | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 16, 2019
Just one lane of traffic is getting by on a stretch of the Capital Beltway's Outer Loop early Wednesday after a crash.Photo Credit: Chopper4
Meet Marty: Robots Coming to Some Md., Va. Grocery Stores | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 16, 2019
An army of robots named Marty is coming to some grocery stores in Maryland and Virginia.Photo Credit: Giant Food Stores
Your Wednesday Morning Forecast | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 16, 2019
Storm Team4 Meteorologist Chuck Bell has the forecast for Jan. 16, 2019.Photo Credit: Storm Team4
Crews Search for Victims in Anacostia River Amid Icy Temps | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 15, 2019
A vehicle crashed into the Anacostia River, and DC Fire and EMS swimmers are searching for victims.Photo Credit: DC Fire and EMS This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
'Great White Snow Shark' Wins the Pat Collins Snow Stick | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 15, 2019
The first Pat Collins' Snow Stick of 2019 goes to Connor Sudol of Springfield, Virginia, for his "Great White Snow Shark" design.Photo Credit: Heather Hutchinson/NBCWashington
Your Tuesday Morning Forecast | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 15, 2019
Storm Team4 Meteorologist Chuck Bell has the forecast for Jan. 15, 2019.Photo Credit: Storm Team4
'Net Pay: $0.00': How the Shutdown Is Affecting the Country | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 15, 2019
Closed airport terminals. Blank paychecks. Vandalized parks and monuments. Federal employees and other Americans nationwide are seeing the effects of the partial government shutdown.
Arlandria Small Business Fears Getting Priced Out by Amazon | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 15, 2019
Small business owners are worried they will be priced out of Arlandria, which boasts a close-knit community and affordable prices. News4's David Culver spoke to one barbershop owner, who said "This...
Virginians Push Driver Cards for Undocumented Immigrants | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 15, 2019
There is a renewed hope this year that Virginia lawmakers might be willing to approve a plan to provide driver’s privilege cards for undocumented immigrants.Photo Credit: News4
Truckers Against Trafficking Has Saved More Than 1K Victims | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 15, 2019
Truckers Against Trafficking is an organization that teaches drivers to recognize the signs of human trafficking and has helped rescue more than 1,100 victims. The organization's education mobile landed in...
Capitals Honor Youth Hockey Team for Standing Up to Racism | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 15, 2019
The Washington Capitals honored a youth hockey team for standing up against alleged racism on the ice.Photo Credit: News4
Storm Team4's Monday Morning Forecast | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 14, 2019
Storm Team4 Meteorologist Chuck Bell tells what you can expect Monday, after a snowy weekend. 
Nearly Foot of Snow Closes Gov't Offices, Many Schools | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 14, 2019
The D.C. area is digging out on Monday from nearly a foot of snow, leaving roads slick, federal offices closed and most schools with a snow day.Photo Credit: Getty Images
See the Full List of School Closures | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 14, 2019
A number of school districts have closed schools have snowfall. Here's the list.Photo Credit: Getty Images
'That Was My Baby:' 2 Fatally Shot Inside Car in Southwest | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 14, 2019
Zyair Bradley, 20, and Alexis Washington, 23, were found Sunday in Southwest D.C. fatally shot inside a car. News4's Darcy Spencer spoke with one victim's heartbroken mother.Photo Credit: Familes of Zyair Bradley and Alexis Washington
José Andrés to Feed Federal Workers as Shutdown Drags On | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 14, 2019
Famed chef José Andrés has fed people around in the world in the wake of disasters — and next he's headed to help federal workers in D.C.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.
TSA Closes Some Checkpoints at Dulles Amid Staff Absences | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 14, 2019
You may face longer security lines at Dulles. The Transportation Security Administration closed some security checkpoints at Washington Dulles International Airport on Monday after more employees than usual...Photo Credit: Getty Images
After-School Program Worker Guilty of Touching Boy in Md. | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 14, 2019
A teacher who worked at a private after-school program operating in several Montgomery County elementary schools has pleaded guilty to a sex offense.
77-Year-Old Woman Shovels for Prince George's Co. Neighbors | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 14, 2019
Neighbors helped neighbors shovel sidewalks as the Prince George's County public works department cleared roads Monday. News4's Tracee Wilkins reports on how the county coped with 9-12 inches of snow and caught...
Northern Virginia Plows Clear Roads Before Refreeze | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 14, 2019
Northern Virginia was transformed over the weekend into a frosty playground for kids and grown-ups alike, but a refreeze could create headaches for morning commuters. News4's Julie Carey reports.
ATF Pushes Shell Casing Collection as Crime-Fighting Tool | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 14, 2019
A new nationwide push is changing the way officers collect evidence in an effort to solve violent crimes by connecting them, but the News4 I-Team found some departments aren't doing it — even though it...Photo Credit: Jodie Fleischer/NBCWashington This story uses functionality that may not work in...
Weekend Winter Storm Dumps 4-6 Inches on DC Area So Far | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 13, 2019
A winter storm has brought about 4 to 6 inches of snow to parts of the D.C. region and it's not done yet.Photo Credit: Scott MacFarlane/NBCWashington This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
Pat Collins Announces the First Snow Stick Challenge of 2019 | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 13, 2019
Get excited! It's the very first Snow Stick Challenge of 2019 and Pat Collins explains how to enter.
Snow Piles Up in Northern Virginia | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 13, 2019
Snow piled into 20 foot mounds in parts of Northern Virginia as crews cleared the roads. News4's David Culver reports.
Metro Cancels Sunday Track Work Due to Snow | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 13, 2019
Metro says it has canceled track work plans for Sunday and reopened three rail stations due to the winter storm that's dumped up to 6 inches of snow on the region.Photo Credit: NBC Washington
DC Police Search for Caregiver of Person Found in Southeast | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 12, 2019
D.C. Police are searching for the caregiver or family of a person found in Southeast D.C. called Jane Doe.Photo Credit: DC Police
Winter Storm Warning: 4-8 Inches of Snow Possible in DC Area | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 12, 2019
Storm Team4 is tracking a storm system that could bring 4-8 inches of snow to the region.Photo Credit: Storm Team4
Hundreds Turn Out for Shutdown Dinner in Montgomery County | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 12, 2019
Hundreds of federal workers who aren't getting a paycheck due to the shutdown came out to a community dinner in Silver Spring, Maryland. News4's Jackie Bensen reports they each have one thing in common:...
4 Hurt in Crash on Indian Head Highway | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 12, 2019
Four people are hurt Friday night after at crash that sent debris flying across Indian Head Highway in Accokeek, Maryland, and crushed multiple cars.Photo Credit: NBC Washington
Photos: Winter Storm Blankets the DC Area in Snow | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 12, 2019
A winter storm expected to dump 6-10 inches of snow on the D.C. area just got started on Saturday afternoon. Here's what it looks like outside windows across D.C., Maryland and Virginia:Photo Credit: NBC Washington Viewers
'I Cried': Va. Family Hit by Shutdown Wins $100K in Lottery | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 11, 2019
A woman who walked away with a $100,000 prize from the Virginia Lottery says the check came at the perfect time because her husband is a furloughed federal worker.Photo Credit: Virginia Lottery
Couple Turns to Food Bank During Shutdown | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 11, 2019
A Virginia couple that won't be paid during the federal shutdown must turn to a food bank to feed their family. News4's Cory Smith reports.
National Park Service to Resume Trash Collection | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 11, 2019
The National Mall and monuments will be maintained once again by the National Park Service. News4's Jackie Bensen reports.
Fairfax Co. Hiring Furloughed Workers as Substitute Teachers | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 11, 2019
Federal workers furloughed during the shutdown are hoping to lend their respective expertise to substitute teaching positions in Fairfax County and Loudoun County is waiving utility late fees for federal...
Video Shows Man Open Fire on Prince George's Police Station | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 11, 2019
Michael Ford told his brothers which of his possessions they could have, then he opened fire on a Prince George's County police station. Video obtained by News4's Tracee Wilkins shows the shooting that led...
Firefighters Respond to Massive Boat Fire in Maryland | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 11, 2019
Firefighters are trying to put out a massive fire that sent a boat up in flames at a marina in Edgewater, Maryland, Friday evening.Photo Credit: NBC Washington
'Girls on a Journey' Helps Trafficking Victims Rebuild | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 11, 2019
A program in Bristow, Virginia, called Girls on a Journey helps victims of sex trafficking build new lives after surviving trauma. A young woman spoke with News4's Leon Harris about his experience.
UMD Basketball Stars Write Book About Len Bias' Legacy | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 11, 2019
University of Maryland basketball stars Tony Massenburg and Walt Williams spoke with News4's Leon Harris about their new book on UMD legend Len Bias. "Len Bias's life was inspirational," Massenburg...
DC Lottery to Pay Out $127K for Losing Tickets Due to Error | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 11, 2019
The D.C. Lottery says it is paying out tens of thousands of dollars to people who have losing tickets after what lottery officials are describing as human error.Photo Credit: Shutterstock
Popular Spartan Course Comes Back to Health Expo | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 11, 2019
Tommy McFly shows off his Spartan skills ahead of the Health and Fitness Expo. The Spartan course is something anyone coming to Expo can try out.
Prince George's Gov., Businesses Helping Furloughed Workers | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 10, 2019
The Prince George's County government, organizations and businesses are banding together to help people who need assistance during the federal shutdown. News4's Derrick Ward reports.
Dump Busters Identify DC Tire-Dumping Suspect | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 10, 2019
A special police unit identified a man they say has dumped hundreds of old tires around the District and is trying to track down the suspect. This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
McFly Tries Soldierfit's Veteran-Created Workouts | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 10, 2019
Tommy McFly flipped tires and whipped ropes at Soldierfit in Rockville, Maryland, in preparation for the NBC4 Telemundo44 Health and Fitness Expo.
Woman Still Trying to Get Possessions Months After Md. Fire | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 10, 2019
It's been months since a woman set a New Carrollton apartment building ablaze in an alleged arson. Former tenant Andrea Franklin's apartment was largely spared. But she said she's still been blocked from getting...
'No Pay Check, No Peace': Federal Workers Protest Shutdown | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 10, 2019
Hundreds of federal workers rallied from the Capitol to the White House to call for an end to the shutdown that has left them without pay. News4's Cory Smith reports.
Deals, Freebies Around DC for the Government Shutdown | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 10, 2019
From discount admission at paid museums to cheap drinks, here's where you can score a deal during the government shutdown.Photo Credit: Shutterstock
Experimental Treatment Helps Maryland Woman Beat Lymphoma | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 10, 2019
A Maryland woman who suffered a lengthy battle with stage-three non-Hodgkin lymphoma is now in complete remission after receiving a promising new treatment that uses a patient's own cells to fight cancer.Photo Credit: NBC Washington
'You Look Scary': Muslims Cite Mistreatment at Va. Hospital | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 10, 2019
A Muslim family went to a hospital in Northern Virginia to celebrate a joyous occasion: the birth of a newborn baby. But they say hospital staff humiliated them by telling them they looked "scary," and...Photo Credit: NBC Washington
Report: Wuerl Knew of Allegations Against McCarrick in 2004 | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 10, 2019
According to new reports, Cardinal Donald Wuerl knew of sexual abuse allegations against ex-cardinal Theodore McCarrick more than a decade ago — despite Wuerl's statement last summer that he had no knowledge of...Photo Credit: NBC Washington
Maryland Attorney General: Hotline for Clergy Abuse Victims | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 10, 2019
Maryland's attorney general has set up a hotline for victims to report child sex abuse associated with a school or place of worship.Photo Credit: Getty Images
Va. Woman Says Her Car's Outside Recall Despite Same Defect | NBC Washington
NBC Washington | January 10, 2019
NBC4 Responds to a Virginia woman who believes a major automaker put her in danger. The manufacturer issued a recall for a defective airbag sensor, but her model year was not included, even though she said she's...Photo Credit: NBCWashington