Court: NJ Weapons Arrest Prompted By High Beams Was UnjustNew Jersey's Supreme Court has ruled a 2013 traffic stop and arrest for weapons violations prompted by the driver's use of high beams was improper.
NJ Woman Playing Pokemon Go In Cemetery Gets Stuck In TreeAuthorities say a New Jersey woman trying to catch Pokemon in a cemetery ended up stuck in a tree and had to call 911 to rescue her.
NJ Officials File Complaint Against Just Pups For Allegedly Selling Sick PuppiesThe state on Wednesday alleged the company and owner Vincent LoSacco misled customers about the health of puppies sold from its stores in East Brunswick, East Hanover, Emerson and Paramus.
Armed Ex-NYPD Officer Fatally Shot By NJ PoliceAuthorities say a retired NYPD officer was fatally shot by New Jersey police after he fled into the woods with a gun
Truck Driver Killed In Fiery I-78 Crash In New JerseyState Police spokesman Lt. Brian Polite said the preliminary investigation indicates a tractor-trailer burst into flames after hitting a bridge support.
NJ Approves $900 Million Borgata Sale To MGM Resorts InternationalThe Casino Control Commission on Wednesday voted 3-0 to approve lease agreements needed for the sale that will give MGM full control of the property.
Truck Driver In Custody After NJ Police Chase That Left 3 Injured, 1 DeadA truck driver has been charged with second-degree manslaughter after damaging around a dozen cars in a police chase that left three people injured and one dead.
NJ Man Arrested After Allegedly Setting At Least 14 Houses On Fire July 4th WeekendCamden County authorities say Charles Ricks Jr., 44, is responsible for at least 14 of the 16 fires that were set over a 48-hour period
Former NJ Priest Convicted Of Criminal Sexual Contact With 14-Year-Old GirlAuthorities say Father Jose Lopez-Durango, allegedly engaged in sexual activities with a 14-year-old after luring her into his private room at St. Mary's Church of the Assumption in 2013.
NJ TRANSIT Preparing In Case Deal Isn't Reached With Union WorkersNJ TRANSIT said if both parties do not come back to the table by Friday, they are going to start preparing for a shut down by mid-July.
NJ Senate To Consider Minimum Wage Hike, Gas Tax LegislationThe Democrat-led Senate is scheduled to vote Thursday on the measure that would raise the current $8.38 wage to $10.10 on Jan. 1.
NJ Assembly Passes Bill Allowing Medical Marijuana Use For PTSDThe Democrat-led Assembly voted 55-14, with seven abstentions on Thursday. The bill heads to the Senate for consideration.