Author: Steve Jones

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The D.C. Council unanimously approved legislation on Tuesday designed to break the logjam of food trucks squatting on some of the District's most prized parking... [Read More]
Tom Sestito retired from hockey in September, content to see what the next chapter in life would be. Then last week, Toronto called, and now... [Read More]
The D.C. Council is nearing final approval on new legislation designed to break the logjam of food trucks squatting on some of the District's most... [Read More]
Ethan Carr broke a 3-3 tie with what would prove to be the game-winning goal with 3:44 left in the contest as the Clinton Warriors... [Read More]
With the sheer amount of users that utilize Wi-Fi as their preferred connection protocol in public spaces, a company needs to be able to deploy... [Read More]
Tags: Wi-Fi - Deploy - user
Several local school districts fall below a national recommendation for police resource officer staffing levels, a review by the News4 I-Team found. [Read More]
In the recent past, ERP systems have been the purvey of enterprise-wide installations that take into account the current and potential utilization of the system.... [Read More]
DC Water will change the way it notifies the public during potential emergencies, according to documents obtained by the News4 I-Team. [Read More]
The Washington DC VA Medical Center is apologizing to its patients for a shortage of accessible parking spaces. [Read More]
Failures of cooling equipment have dogged the Washington DC VA Medical Center in recent months, angering patients, triggering flooding, forcing staff to throw away thousands... [Read More]
The Internet of Things (IoT) provides a remarkable and unique opportunity for humans to utilize their technology in ways that makes their lives more efficient.... [Read More]
Tags: IoT - Data - Internet
Time to change New Mexico's flag color from yellow/red to turquoise/yellow. Turquoise is New Mexico's true color. [Read More]
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... [Read More]
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. [Read More]
OPINION: Rugby Park, aka the now-deceased Yarrow Stadium, was the place to be in my boyhood in the late 50s, early 60s. [Read More]
JavaScript doesn't get nearly as much love as it should. it's a pretty decent language in its own right and can be used for a... [Read More]
D.C. Council members want action after a News4 I-Team investigation found rampant abuse of visitor parking permits, including some being sold for profit on the... [Read More]
A man is under police investigation after the News4 I-Team captured video of him selling Metropolitan Police Department visitor parking permits in D.C. [Read More]
A year after first reporting about federal employees busted for watching pornography on the job, the News4 I-Team uncovered some more incidents so bad they're... [Read More]
A new law to help a quadriplegic attorney keep both his job and his nursing care passed on the last day of Maryland's legislative session... [Read More]
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