CBS2 Exclusive: Giants' Nikita Whitlock Has Home Vandalized With Hateful GraffitiThe first thing New York Giant fullback Nikita Whitlock saw when he walked in to his Moonachie home was a graffiti swastika on the wall.
Bergen County Substitute Teacher Arrested On Child Porn ChargesA Bergen County substitute teacher was arrested Tuesday for possessing and distributing child porn.
Man Accused Of Vandalizing American Flags In Bogota, New JerseyThe flag holder was empty at 68 East Broad Street in Bogota after a vandal struck in the middle of the night, cutting the family's American flag to shreds.
Bergen County Lottery Players Hit Streak Of Good LuckSince August, the green machines in Bergen County have churned out multiple lottery tickets worth $1 million and more.
Officials: Bergen County On Drought Watch Amid Dry Weather ConditionsLong Island, Westchester, Rockland, Hudson Valley and Connecticut are also facing drought conditions.
New Jersey Drought Concerns Rise As Water Levels FallAccording to New Jersey's Dept. of Environmental Protection, 18 of 21 counties are under a drought watch, and the agency anticipates designating a formal drought warning for 12 counties.
Bergen County Becomes First N.J. County To Use Emergency Response DronesBergen County has become the first county in New Jersey to use drones in law enforcement.
Bergen County Bans Circuses With Exotic Animals From County PropertyTraveling circuses will no longer be able to put down stakes on some public properties in one part of New Jersey.
Bomb Threats Cause Evacuations At At Least 7 Schools In Bergen CountyThe schools were searched and the all-clear given a short time later, according to the Bergen County Sheriff's Office.
NJ Police Chase Ends With Car Crashing Into Home, Bursting Into FlamesA police chase in New Jersey ended after a car crashed into a home and burst into flames.
Bomb Threats Disrupt Classes At Several New Jersey SchoolsThe threats were received at schools in Teaneck, Hackensack, Mahwah, Bergenfield and Waldwick.
Bergen County Initiative Aimed At Reducing Pedestrian FatalitiesDuring a two-week enforcement period starting Oct. 18, extra cops will be seen at cross-walks while undercover officers will be on patrol pretending to be pedestrians.

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