Judge Dismisses 25 Lawsuits Against D.C. MetroA Federal Judge has dismissed more than two dozen lawsuits against the D.C. Metro and The District of Columbia over a deadly electrical malfunction.
Metro: Major Weekend Track Work Closes 6 StationsA major track work project this weekend is closing six Metro stations.
Metro Derailment Cripples Morning Commute In D.C. Metro says limited service has resumed nearly nine hours after a train derailed in downtown Washington, snarling the morning commute.
Victim's Body Allegedly Left In D.C. Metro For DaysRelatives of an attorney who died after a fall at a downtown Washington subway station say his body remained on the platform for four days.
Metro Officials To Conduct Train Evacuation Drill In Md.Metro officials say they'll be conducting a full-scale emergency response drill at the Greenbelt station this weekend.
Metro: Service Restored After Bridge Falls Onto TracksMetro says service to Greenbelt has been restored after a concrete pedestrian bridge fell onto tracks in Berwyn Heights.
Congressional Leaders: D.C.'s Subway Needs ImprovementA man who performed CPR on the woman who died in a smoke-filled D.C. Metro tunnel tells his story to Congress. A congressional committee is investigating the incident.
NTSB Recommends New Ventilation Procedures Following Metro IncidentThe National Transportation Safety Board has released new recommendations to the Federal Transit Administration in light of recent emergency events after a woman died during fire on a Metro in D.C.
Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015Coffee With Marcus Washington; People Are Talking about the seafood celebration this Valentine's weekend at Cafe Hon.
Md. Woman Recounts Terrifying Moments Inside Smoke-Filled DC MetroIn WJZ exclusive, a Maryland woman who was on a D.C. Metro train when it filled with smoke last month, describes the terrifying moments she spent trapped underground waiting to be rescued.
Smoke Reported, Cleared At Metro In DCSmoke was reported in a Metro station and a train was taken out of service on the red line, but Metro says no one was injured.
Federal Officials To Conduct Safety Inspection Of DC Subway Federal authorities say they will conduct a safety inspection of Washington's subway system following a fatal accident last month.