Drivers Urged To Lock Cars After Rash Of Auto Thefts In NJ, CTIt is that time of year again, when thieves go shopping in someone else’s driveway.
Officer Injured As Police Pursuit Ends With Violent Crash In Bergen County, New JerseyA police pursuit following a suspicious incident at a bank in Bergen County, New Jersey ended with a violent crash Monday afternoon.
Fast-Moving Fire Rips Through Multi-Family Home In Garfield, New JerseyFire crews from several surrounding towns had to help extinguish the blaze.
New Jersey Man Accused Of Faking Cancer To Solicit DonationsPolice say 29-year-old Joseph O’Connell, of Washington Township, lied about having a cancerous brain tumor.
Distraction Burglars Targeting Senior Citizens In Bergen County Burglars disguised as utility workers, municipal inspectors and police officers have been targeting senior citizens across Bergen County.
New Jersey AG Investigates Town's Plan To Ban People From Out Of State At ParksResidents have complained about overcrowding at parks on weekends, particularly by busloads of Orthodox Jews.
Post-Game Brawl Leads To Assault Charges For Fair Lawn Youth Soccer CoachA youth soccer coach has been arrested for allegedly headbutting another coach -- a young player was also struck during the fight.
Waldwick Residents In Search Of Solution For Sudden Surge In Rat SightingsSome New Jersey residents say rats are taking over their neighborhood, after finding them all over their property.
Dozens Of Puppies Found Crammed In Back Of Hot Van Outside New Jersey WalmartThe Bergen County Animal Shelter says when they were called to an area Walmart parking lot, they couldn't believe what they were seeing.
N.J. Judge Rules Sexual Abuse Case Against Boy Scouts Can ProceedA New Jersey judge has ruled against the Boy Scouts of America’s bid to have a 20-year-old sexual abuse lawsuit thrown out.
Christie Asks Feds To Declare Public Health Emergency Over OpioidsNew Jersey Governor Chris Christie has called on the federal government to declare a public health emergency in response to the opioid epidemic.
Bergen County Golfers Eager For Course Upgrades As Sport’s Popularity GrowsSome Bergen County golfers want answers -- why has one heavily used public course been allowed to deteriorate?