Baby Born At New Jersey Hospital With Zika-Related Birth DefectA woman visiting the United States gave birth to a baby at Hackensack University Medical Center Tuesday that has a Zika-related birth defect.
New Jersey Grandfather Killed In Alleged Drunken Driving Hit-And-RunA woman stood accused of driving under the influence Tuesday, after allegedly hitting and killing an elderly man on his way home from a synagogue in Fort Lee this pas weekend.
Woman Pulling Casket For 80 Miles To Raise Suicide, Mental Health AwarenessA woman is walking 80 miles while pulling a casket from her home to the state capitol to raise awareness of mental health issues, including suicide and addiction.
Woman Attending Princeton Reunion Event Sexually Assaulted On CampusA woman attending a Princeton University reunion event was sexually assaulted on campus.
Man's Body Discovered On Street In MaplewoodThe body of a man was discovered on the street in a quiet New Jersey neighborhood.
New Jersey Cancels Several Memorial Day Parades Due To Weather ConcernsSeveral parades throughout New Jersey have been cancelled due to rainy weather conditions expected for Monday.
Teen Bareback Rider Dies After Getting Trampled By Horse At New Jersey RodeoState police say a rider taking part in a New Jersey rodeo has died from injuries he received in an accident.
'I Love It': Belmar Boardwalk Packed This Memorial Day WeekendThe beaches are the place to be this Memorial Day weekend as many folks are looking to make the most out of the weekend before the rain hits.
Goose Dies After Flying Into Pickup Truck's Windshield In HackettstownThe Hackettstown Police Department told CBS2 a goose attempted to take flight but struck the windshield of the truck that was traveling westbound on Route 57.
Police: Woman Hit By NJ Transit Bus, Likely To Lose Both LegsNewark police are investigating an accident after a woman in her 60s was struck by an New Jersey Transit bus.
Officials: 3 Brothers Who Led Violent NJ Drug Ring Headed To PrisonAuthorities say Omar Urbina Sr., of Philadelphia, and his brothers, Edwin and Edward, both of Camden, controlled open-air drug markets in Camden for several years.
Interview: U.S. Military Members Open Up On Fleet Week In NYCOn Saturday, CBS2's Andrea Grymes welcomed members of the U.S. military to learn more about who they are and how they're spending their time in the city.

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