It's been grisly and crime-ridden week as a knife-fight in broad daylight on a West Drayton street has dominated our most read stories.
Also piquing interest amongst our readers was a large-scale operation which resulted in a body being pulled from the River Thames, and an attack on a priest in South Ealing also caused shock in the community.
Take a look at our top five stories for the week.
'Blood at the scene' after altercation
We brought you a live blog as soon as reports of a stabbing on Station Road, West Drayton, came in.
Police officers were called to Broadway Parade shortly after 4pm on Wednesday (May 10).
But a spokesperson for the force said blood was found at the scene - but no victims or suspects.
Three men hospitalised
Readers followed the West Drayton stabbing closely, as our next top story of the week was the update that three men were in hospital after the knife-fight on Station Road.
Shortly after the altercation, three men presented themselves at a west London hospital with stab injuries that are believed to be not life-threatening or life-changing.
Body in River Thames
The body of a man from Hounslow was found in the River Thames following an extensive search .
At around 2pm on Sunday (May 7), Surrey Search & Rescue was called about the safety of the man who was in the water.
Emergency services launched a large-scale operation to find him and that section of the river was closed at the time.
Priest attacked at tube station
Readers were shocked at news that a gang assaulted a priest, who was wearing religious garb , in a 'nasty' attack at a London Underground station.
Three or four youths punched the priest in the face, as he journeyed with a group of clergymen, during morning rush hour on Thursday (May 11).
Eyewitnesses reporting seeing the attack at around 9.30am, at South Ealing underground station.
Uxbridge murder victim named
Police named the man who was stabbed to death in Uxbridge early on Saturday (May 6) morning.
He is 23-year-old Kyle Bowen, who was found unconscious by paramedics on Waterloo Road just after 1am. He had been stabbed several times.
Police launched a murder enquiry after the victim, who lived in Hayes , died from his wounds at a west London hospital later that same day.
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