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West Farms »

Police said there's no indication the victim knew his attackers before the slashing. 

Times Square & Theater District »

Snow sparked widespread delays across the subway system, according to the MTA.

Civic Center »

Felony assaults were up 18 percent in January, which includes a string of recent subway slashings.

Sugar Hill »

The man needed stitches on his hand afterward, but thwarted the would-be mugger, police said.

Crown Heights »

Ras Alula Nagarit turned himself in to police after attacking a woman in the subway, the NYPD said.

Union Square »

New Yorkers say they're being extra cautious after a recent wave of seemingly random slashings.

NoHo »

Police arrested Damon Knowles, 21, for slashing a 71-year-old woman's cheek, the NYPD said.    

East Harlem »

He was attacked on the mezzanine of the 116th Street subway station, police said.

Crown Heights »

The suspect struck the woman with a cloth-covered object, cutting her hand, police said.

Inwood »

The open-gangway cars will replace the current fleets on the A and R lines, the MTA said. 

NoHo »

The suspect slashed a 71-year-old woman's face on the D train at the Broadway-Lafayette station.

NoHo »

Her attacker may have fled in a southbound train, NYPD officials said.

Gravesend »

The Manhattan-bound platforms will close for 14 months, followed by the Brooklyn-bound ones.

Downtown Brooklyn »

A man was punched because he looked at his phone instead of watching the subway dancers, police said.

Mott Haven »

Stations that will get revamped include 3rd Ave-138 St, Brook Ave and Hunts Point Ave on the 6 line.