Missing Man's Body Found In Water Near Whitehall Ferry TerminalThe body of a man who was reported missing back in December was found floating near the Staten Island Ferry Whitehall Terminal in Lower Manhattan Wednesday.
Hepatitis A Vaccinations Coming To Hamilton, N.J. After Restaurant OutbreakA Hepatitis A vaccination clinic has been set up in Hamilton Township, New Jersey, following an outbreak at a restaurant.
NJ Transit Bus Hits, Kills Man In NewarkAuthorities say a New Jersey Transit bus struck and killed a man in Newark.
Police Chase Ends With Car In Flames In Elizabeth, New JerseyA police chase from Clark, New Jersey, ended when the suspect’s car burst into flames on a busy road in Elizabeth.
Newark Cop Indicted For Allegedly Pulling Gun In Road Rage QuarrelA veteran Newark police officer was indicted Wednesday, on charges that he pulled a gun on a man driving with his wife and son after a traffic dispute this past winter.
Hazmat Crews Sent To Lower Manhattan For Flood Of Coolant FluidHazardous materials were on the scene Monday evening, after an unknown green liquid flooded the sidewalk in Lower Manhattan.
4 Months In Jail For Man Who Hurled Girlfriend's Cat From BalconyA Staten Island man has been sentenced to four months in jail, after hurling his girlfriend’s cat from an eighth-floor apartment balcony – killing the pet.
Woman Accused Of Deliberately Hitting N.J. High School Teacher With CarA high school teacher in Clifton, N.J., was recovering Monday night after allegedly being hit by a driver during a school evacuation.
Warrant Out For Suspect In Newark Shooting That Killed Man, Wounded WomanAuthorities in Newark issued a warrant Tuesday for a suspect a New Year’s Eve shooting that left a man dead and a woman injured.
Report: At Least 6 Shot, 1 Fatally, In 24 Hours In NewarkAt least six people were shot – and one of them was killed – between Thursday and Friday afternoon in Newark, N.J., according to a published report.
J And Z Subway Service To Broad Street To ResumeJ and Z service on Tuesday morning will once again begin serving the Fulton and Broad Street stations in Lower Manhattan, for the first time since Superstorm Sandy.
Verizon Upgrading To All Fiber Optics After Copper Wiring Was Destroyed In Sandy Storm SurgeVerizon's head of national operations Chris Levendos said every inch of corroded copper cable will be replaced with fiber optics.