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West Harlem »

Thirty-four people were hurt when an A train derailed near 125th Street, officials said.

East New York »

Jacqueline Dicks, a mother of six, was gunned down on Elton Street near her home, officials said.

Greenwich Village »

The Citizens Budget Commission warned the new contract could require greater fare hikes.

Financial District »

The previous contract expired on Sunday, but both sides were able to get the deed done Monday.

Kingsbridge »

The MTA blamed the controversy on miscommunication and has since ordered all flags flown at half-staff.

Midtown »

Two types of new safety devices were installed on six MTA buses this week, the agency said. 

Upper West Side »

The passenger tried to rob the bus driver, who was cut on the arm during the struggle, officials said.

Midtown »

The transit union is fighting for the worker, though he can't distinguish between stop light colors.

Civic Center »

The cards are part of a campaign to slow trains as they enter stations, following a rash of deaths.

Inwood »

Leaders call for "stronger" safeguards for women after MTA worker said she was licked by her boss. 

Downtown »

Thousands of Occupy Wall Street protesters, as well as union workers, marched on Foley Square Wednesday afternoon.