Newark’s Ironbound Stadium is back in the game

It’s been 32 years since anyone stepped on the field at Newark’s Ironbound Stadium. Once home to East Side High School’s football team, the field closed in 1987 after the federal government tested the soil and found it to be contaminated.

Newark airport terminal project passes milestone

A $2.7 billion project to replace one of Newark Liberty International Airport's three terminals passed a milestone Wednesday as it moves slowly toward what officials hope is a makeover of an airport that consistently ranks near the bottom of surveys on passenger satisfaction and on-time performance.

1 dead, several injured in Newark house fire

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.

Making matzo at Manischewitz | Jen at Work

The star of any Passover Seder is the matzo, so Fox 5 went to the biggest matzah manufacturer in the country: The Manischewitz Company factory in Newark, New Jersey, to find out how it is all done. Manischewitz is the No. 1 matzo baker in the world and beyond. The last man to walk on the moon -- Astronaut Gene Cernan -- often used the word "Manischewitz" in outer space as a substitute for...

Fox 5 Films: The life and death of Robert Peace

In 1980, a young man was born to a single mother in a rough area just outside Newark, NJ. In 1998, that brilliant young man defied the odds and started his freshman year at Yale University. In 2011--five weeks shy of his 31st birthday--that man, Robert peace was shot and killed in a basement on Smith street back in Newark.

Finding Faith: Joel Osteen's message

On a recent night in Newark, the Prudential Center has been transformed into a mega-church. Lights, cameras, and a Christian rock band warmed up the 14,000 faithful. The crowd was waiting eagerly for famed Texas televangelist Joel Osteen.