Bus and truck involved in crash on NJ Turnpike
A NJ Transit bus crashed into the back of a tanker truck on the New Jersey Turnpike.
'Boom parties' in NJ keeping people up all night on Staten Island
Staten Island residents have grown frustrated with the ground-shaking vibrations from ‘boom parties’ but they haven't been able to do anything about them because they're not taking place in New York.
NJ fire at garbage transfer building kills one person
Firefighters battled a large fire at a waste-disposal facility in Union County on Tuesday.
NJ man ran over woman twice in horrific road rage incident, prosecutors say
A New Jersey man faces multiple charges after he allegedly ran over a woman, repeatedly, when she attempted to take pictures of his vehicle following a collision.
NJ political consultant pleads guilty in murder-for-hire plot
A political consultant in New Jersey has admitted paying two men to kill a longtime associate who worked with him on various campaigns.
NJ death toll rises to 25 after devastating flooding
At least 25 people are dead across New Jersey after the devastating flooding from Tropical Storm Ida swept many people away in their cars or drowned them in their homes.
NJ toddler killed by family dogs after falling from window
A 3-year-old boy died after he was attacked by his family's dogs in the backyard after he fell out of a window.
Largest container ship to ever dock on East Coast arrives in Port Elizabeth
The largest ship to ever dock on the East Coast made its grand arrival Thursday morning.
Students are leaving the U.S. and logging in for classes from overseas
Hundreds of students in the Elizabeth school district who has been logging in remotely from a different country.
NJ landlord charged with sexual crimes against 13 tenants
A New Jersey landlord is accused of coercing more than a dozen of his tenants into sexual acts in exchange for financial relief.
Mother dies from injuries in NJ fire that killed daughters, friend
A mother has died from injuries she suffered in a commercial building fire last week.
3 children among dead in NJ building fire
Authorities on Tuesday were investigating what caused a five-alarm fire in Elizabeth that left three girls and one woman dead. The girls' mother remained in critical condition.
Cashless tolling, wider lanes credited with fewer accidents along Goethals Bridge
Cashless tolling and wider lanes have made the Goethals Bridge a safer place for motorists, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said.
NJ church founded in 1879 'trying to rebuild' after fire
Officials say they are “trying to rebuild" following a fire that ripped through a New Jersey church that dates back almost a century and a half.
Fire rips through NJ church; cause sought
An early morning fire ripped through a church in New Jersey, forcing cancellation of services, but no injuries were reported.
NJ man accused of bribing postal workers to steal mail
Between May 2019 and September 2019, a New Jersey man allegedly offered bribes to postal workers to steal various items from envelopes and packages.
Chelsea bomber Ahmad Khan Rahimi gets life term for NJ shootout
Ahmad Khan Rahimi is already serving life in prison for a bombing in Manhattan. Now a judge in New Jersey has sentenced him to another life term for trying to kill police officers in Linden.
Tolls on Port Authority bridges and tunnels go up Jan. 5, 2020
The tolls on bridges and tunnels connecting New York City to northern New Jersey are going up in 2010 to help fund more than $30 billion in capital projects.
NYC’s homeless relocation program slammed
A scathing report from the Department of Investigations slammed New York City’s homeless relocation program, saying it fails to provide safe and clean accommodations.
Veteran officer accused of sex assaults of youth athletes
A veteran police officer and youth football coach in New Jersey has been charged with sexually assaulting two players.