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Pothole Patrol: Winter Weather Worsens DC Roads It's already bad enough, but winter weather has opened up more potholes in the D.C. region. News4's Adam Tuss reports.

Prominent Maryland Pastor Dies at 79 Prominent local pastor Dr. John Cherry, who helped spread the gospel across five continents, died over the weekend. Prince George's County Bureau Chief Tracee Wilkins reports.

Democrat Favored in First Virginia Election Since Scandals Broke Political observers and activists will be closely watching a Northern Virginia special election Tuesday to see If Democrats will be hurt by the scandal impacting the party's top three leaders in the commonwealth.

Driver Slams Into Maryland Starbucks After Spilling Hot Tea A driver who spilled hot tea in their lap lost control and crashed into a Starbucks in Rockville, Maryland, Monday evening, fire officials say.

Virginia Team Competing in 'World of Dance' on NBC The West Springfield Dance Team is making all the right moves. They're competing in NBC’s "World of Dance" show. News4's Aimee Cho caught up with the team at practice.

NBC4 Hosts the 'Working 4 The Community' Job Fair This Friday NBC4 presents the "Working 4 The Community" job fair this Friday in D.C. From health care to finance to engineering to law enforcement - employers hiring for a diverse range of career fields will be there. The job fair will run from 6 a.m. to noon at the University of the District of Columbia Student Center at 4200 Connecticut Ave.

Spike in Marijuana-Impaired Driving in Maryland, Police Say As more states decriminalize marijuana, local police are catching more people driving while under the influence. A News4 I-Team review of police records shows a sharp spike in traffic crashes and violations linked to marijuana use in Maryland. The I-Team also found an overall increase in people driving while intoxicated in Washington, D.C.

DC Could Get 2-4 Inches of Snow Tuesday Night Into Wednesday Storm Team4 says a significant winter storm will likely bring up to 4 inches of snow to the D.C. area from Tuesday night into Wednesday. Tuesday is set to start out dry, and then snow is expected Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.

U.S. Car Buyers Could Face Higher Prices From Import Tariffs, Auto Industry Warns Automakers, car dealers and parts manufacturers have gone into high gear in a bid to derail the threat of new tariffs on foreign-made cars and car parts. The tariffs, they warn, could backfire, raising prices for U.S. consumers and sending the domestic automotive market into a tailspin, NBC News reported.

Roger Stone Attacks the Judge Overseeing His Trial Clearly, this transgression did not take place in or near the courthouse, but it certainly was a public statement. It's hard to see how it was not intended to have some influence over potential jurors and witnesses. The bigger problem may be how it influences the judge.

Barack, Michelle Obama expected to refrain from endorsing in 2020 Dem primary: report The former president has met with and counseled several contenders. Sens. Obama has also reportedly met with prominent potential candidates including former Rep.

Four names emerge for UN position: report The White House has narrowed down its search for the next United Nations ambassador to four names, according to Bloomberg.

The Latest: Harris says she's not a democratic socialist The Latest on the presidential candidates :. Kamala Harris is letting voters in New Hampshire know that she does not consider herself a democratic socialist. On Monday, she stopped by The Common Man restaurant in Concord, greeting patrons and having lunch with Democratic Rep.

Evers wants to decriminalize marijuana, legalize medical use Tony Evers announced Monday that his budget will include proposals to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana for personal use and legalize medical marijuana. The new Democrat governor said it was time for Wisconsin join more than 30 other states and the District of Columbia in legalizing medical marijuana.

Aurora warehouse where 5 killed won't reopen until next week - The suburban Chicago manufacturing warehouse where five people were fatally shot won't reopen until next week, but its doors will be open to support workers, company officials said Monday. The Henry Pratt Co.

N Carolina elections head: US House race saw ballots handled North Carolina’s elections board is holding a hearing Monday on ballot fraud allegations in the nation’s last undecided congressional election.

Israeli leaders' Nazi comments derail European summit WARSAW, Poland — A government official says Poland is considering pulling out altogether from a visit to Israel over a comment made by the acting Israeli foreign minister, the latest in a bitter…

NYPD: Fetus, Bloody Clothes Found Near School in Brooklyn Police are investigating after a human fetus was found near a school in Brooklyn on Monday morning. Authorities say a person walking their dog at Bradford Street and Linden Boulevard in East New York around 7 a.m. discovered the fetus alongside a bag of bloody clothing.

Activists in DC join Presidents Day protests against Trump's national emergency declaration On Monday, Presidents Day, to show their disagreement with President Donald Trump's decision to declare a national emergency along the southern border. The protests are part of a national movement. Rallies were planned in D.C.

Nigeria's president tells security forces to be 'ruthless' The president's comments brought an outcry from some Nigerians since he signed a pledge last week to contribute to a peaceful election. But a ruling party chieftain in Rivers state, Eze Chukwuemeka, said the comments didn't endorse "jungle justice, as some people are putting it.

New York City aims to stop hairstyle discrimination NEW YORK - New York City doesn't want people to have their hairstyles held against them, and it unveiled novel guidelines Monday against hairdo discrimination.

Flight Attendants Union Demands Investigation of 'Sexist' Skit Caught on Video A union that represents flight attendants is demanding American Airlines investigate a video of a skit depicting flight attendants dancing suggestively to attract passengers, the group said Sunday in a statement.

Wisconsin governor to propose decriminalization of marijuana Tony Evers says he will propose decriminalizing the possession of marijuana in his annual state budget proposal this year, adding that he will also propose expunging the criminal records of those who have completed their sentences for the charge.

Bird, Cat Stolen From Pet Store in Bizarre Smash-and-Grab If "Ashes" the cat could talk, she would have a wild story to tell from this weekend. The store pet of Diane's Pet Center in Reading, Pennsylvania, began her wild couple days sometime between 3 and 3:45 a.m. Sunday morning. That's when unknown burglars ran a car into the front of Diane's, according to the Central Berks Regional police department.

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