Exotic Tick Species Arrives In Garden StateIt’s an exotic tick that’s never been seen before in the United States. It was first spotted on a sheep in Hunterdon County, and efforts to wipe it out have failed.
N.J. Gov. Murphy: Gas Tax Increase Stays; Sales Tax Decrease GoesWhen the state’s gas tax increased last year, lawmakers agreed to lower the sales tax. But now, Gov. Phil Murphy says he wants to break the deal.
Bergen County Residents Say Construction Site Has Turned Streams BrownResidents claim the color is coming from a construction site filled with hazardous chemicals. Now, many are wondering, are those streams contaminated?
Baby Delivered In Backseat Of Uber Just Outside The Lincoln TunnelThe new royal prince isn't the only baby making headlines.
Small Plane Crashes Into Lake In Andover, N.J.Authorities say a small plane crashed into a lake near a small airport in northwestern New Jersey, injuring the pilot who freed himself and swam away before a police rowboat plucked him from the water.
Dozens Displaced By 4-Alarm Fire In Jersey CityAt least two people were hurt in the fire.
NJ TRANSIT Commuters Cope With Extensive Delays In And Out Of Penn StationThe trouble began at around 9 a.m. and was blamed on Amtrak overhead wire problems. 
Officials: On-Duty Paterson Police Officer Killed In Car CrashA Paterson police officer is dead after crashing his patrol car into a car parked on the street. His heartbroken colleagues are trying to figure out what happened.
CBS2 Gets Action On Nutley, N.J.'s $3.4 Million Dumping GroundCBS2 demanded answers and is now getting answers on a trashed lot in New Jersey worth millions of dollars.
2 Adults, 7 Children Hurt When Explosion Rocks Home In Woodbridge, New JerseyPolice said there were six adults and seven children, ages one to 17, inside the home at the time.
Wanaque Police On A Quest To Reunite Military Medal With WWI Veteran’s FamilyHow far would you go to return a military medal? One New Jersey town’s police department is stopping at nothing.
All Over Again: Fix To N.J. Town's Downtown Project Means More Money, HeadachesThe decision to fix an unpopular downtown street feature could cost taxpayers another $450,000.

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