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Cops: NJ Store Clerk Dead In Parking Lot ShootingA New Jersey convenience store clerk has died after being shot in the store's parking lot, according to officials.
Suspect Arrested After Body Found In Barnegat Light, New Jersey HomeConrad Sipa, of Colts Neck, could face a life sentence if convicted on the murder charge.
Cops: One Dead After SUV Collision On NJ RoadwayOne woman was killed after two sports utility vehicles went off the roadway in a crash on a New Jersey roadway, police said.
About 70 Customers Without Water In Cranford Due To Water Main BreakAbout 70 customers were without water service, while many others were experiencing low water pressure, New Jersey American Water said.
Dramatic Dashcam Footage Shows Wrong Way, High-Speed Chase On Palisades ParkwayThe chase took place Monday morning. New York State Police were chasing 45-year-old David Campos, who was wanted in the stabbing death of his girlfriend in Troy, New York.
Officials: Union Police Officer Fatally Shot Pit Bull That Charged At HimPolice said the pit bull-mix got loose and chased after a resident as well as an animal control officer, who called police.
NJ Church Raises Funds To Welcome Syrian Refugee FamilyA church in New Jersey voted unanimously to help sponsor a family of Syrian refugees who arrived in the United States earlier this week.
$10,000 Reward Offered After Mother, Daughter Targeted In Linden ShootingPolice believe a mother and daughter who were wounded in a shooting inside their car Tuesday night in Linden were targeted.
Holiday Travelers Face Tighter Security In Wake Of Paris AttacksThe Port Authority has stationed more officers at its airports, bus terminals, train stations and Hudson River crossings while the NYPD has extra uniformed police officers and other security measures in place.
Gov. Christie Pardons Man With Drug Abuse History For 1972 CrimeChristie took a step in an effort to end the stigma of drug addiction by pardoning a Philadelphia man with a history of drug use for crimes committed in NJ more than 40 years ago.
Jersey City Mayor Says He'll Take State To Court To Protect Liberty State Park From DevelopmentA report released Tuesday by the state Department of Environmental Protection showed that Gov. Chris Christie's administration is considering developments at the cash-strapped park.
Christie: Obama's Approach On ISIS 'Naive And Gravely Dangerous'"This is a cult of evil, everyone," he said of the Islamic State group in a speech Tuesday to the Council on Foreign Relations.
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