A lifeguard who is also an amputee is being hailed a hero after he rescued a man who accidentally drove into Newark Bay.
Officials say a man stole a police cruiser in New Jersey and led authorities on a chase into New York City that ended when he crashed into a parked car.
Jersey City has reached an agreement in a lawsuit by White House adviser Jared Kushner’s family’s company that claimed the city tried to sabotage a $900 million residential tower project.
You can vote by mail in New Jersey. Here is how to get and then submit your ballot for the 2020 general election.
The U.S. Navy has canceled a planned F/A-18 military jet flyover in New York City that was tied to the commemoration of the 19th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Brian Schwartz says he wants to do some good.
A Roman Catholic priest serving the Newark area was arrested and is facing two charges related to sexually harassing an adult, police said.
A crash early Monday involving two New Jersey Transit buses on a New Jersey Turnpike exit ramp left roughly 12 people injured, authorities said.
The body of Yuting Ge was found in his apartment over the weekend.
Crews on Thursday continued working to restore electricity to hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses in New Jersey days after Tropical Storm Isaias downed trees and power lines.
13-year-old Joseph Petruzzelli is a young sneaker collector and entrepreneur who is giving back to underprivileged kids in his community.
The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office has announced charges against three people in connection with the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old girl on July 6.
Severe storms rolled through the tri-state region on Wednesday evening, as the area’s heatwave will likely continue into a 6th day on Thursday.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made food insecurity a major issue for millions of Americans, but one Jersey City block is doing its part to make sure no neighbor goes hungry.
No, that wasn’t the Hudson River leaking into the Lincoln Tunnel as anxious commuters sat in their cars fearing the worst.
Authorities in New Jersey are investigating the deaths of two people whose bodies were found in the Hudson River in Jersey City over the weekend.
Authorities say a man died in a fireworks explosion outside a pubic housing complex in New Jersey early on the Fourth of July.
Jersey City is opening all of its playgrounds and splash pads, and two of the city's public pools will be reopening in the coming days.
Shafqat Khan, who assisted recent immigrants with how to apply for driver's licenses and hosted events for people of different faiths and cultures to understand each other better after the Sept. 11 attacks, died of COVID-19 on April 14 at age 76. He left behind his wife, three children, seven grandchildren and a legacy of connections.
The Jewish civil rights group counted the highest annual tally since the New York City-based group began tracking anti-Semitic incidents in 1979.