Officials say a JetBlue Airways flight bound for Orlando has safely landed at John F. Kennedy International Airport after the crew reported smoke in the cockpit and declared an emergency.
A minor train derailment has seriously affected PATH Train service during the evening commute on Thursday.
New Jersey's largest city is distributing less bottled water after tests showed city-issued filters are reducing lead levels.
Authorities say five people were injured when a fast-moving fire roared through a home in New Jersey's largest city, including one person who jumped from a second-floor window.
Authorities say an elderly woman was repeatedly stabbed in her New Jersey home by a Georgia woman who was staying at the residence
Sampling done on the water in hundreds of Newark homes has found that up to 99 percent of city-issued filters are working.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka says it will take 30 months for the city to replace all water lines.
Parents often have plenty of concerns as a new school year begins, but for those in Newark, the ongoing lead water crisis is just one more worry.
It’s been an entire month since Newark’s water crisis began and for the city’s beleaguered residents, there still does not appear to be an end in sight.
Steps away from the glitz and glam of the MTV Video Music Awards, hundreds of Newark protesters chanted, “Whatdo we want? Clean water! When do we want it? Now!”
Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo, Jr. will announce a $120 million bond program Monday to fast-track the city’s long-term plan to fix its lead water crisis, according to NJ Advance Media.
As Newark’s water contamination crisis rolls on with no end in sight, members of the faith community are coming together to help residents cope and asking for support from across the nation.
A look at how residents in Newark are coping with the city's water crisis.
Community Advocates were stopped at the gate of Northern State Prison in Newark by corrections officers while trying to drop off cases of bottled water.
Religious leaders and community activists gathered on the steps of Newark’s City Call to declare their support for Mayor Ras Baraka and his handling of the city’s ongoing water crisis.
An EPA takeover is one of the many things a New Jersey lawmaker is asking of Governor Phil Murphy as Newark’s lead water crisis grows worse.
Hundreds of Newark resident showed up at water distribution sites as city leaders grappled with the ongoing lead levels in the drinkig water and failing water filters.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey's largest city faced off in court Thursday against an environmental group seeking to force officials to expand the distribution of bottled water to more residents facing potentially high lead levels.
An environmental group is trying to get a judge to force Newark to give out bottled water to more residents who may be affected by high lead levels.
Residents in Newark brought their kids to the steps of City Hall to call for Mayor Ras Baraka to step down. They also demanded stronger action to fix the city’s growing lead crisis.