New Jersey Governor Chris Christie wants to change the war on drugs. On Wednesday he made a bold statement about drug abuse and prevention.
A bear spent hours Tuesday eluding authorities in a Bergen County neighborhood before finally being captured, officials said.
The military uses drones to carry bombs or conduct surveillance, but anyone can buy a drone without a weapon that uses high-definition cameras and GPS, even criminals.
A New Jersey pre-schooler is dead after suffering an unidentified illness, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will test to see if the now-infamous enterovirus D68 might have been the cause.
It’s a question residents across the Tri-State area ask all the time: why do some streets in their neighborhood get repaved and fixed, while others don’t?
At the Lafayette Street elementary school in the Ironbound section of Newark, CBS 2 found students running around between parked cars – some of them even leaning against them during recess.
A New Jersey man claims he was harassed by police and has video evidence to prove it, but the police cruiser of the officer who pulled him over was also recording and that video shows a completely different set of events.
With summer wrapping up and New York area residents going on fewer road trips, gas prices are falling.
A proposed ordinance in Montville, New Jersey could give police officers broad powers – including entering private property – if underage drinking is even suspected.
Engineers are waiting for the approval of a proposal to start bringing down the abnormally high speed bumps on Erie Street, which aim to prevent drivers from speeding past schools.
The explosion rocked the quiet neighborhood just after 11:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Players from a New Jersey high school football team with a largely African-American makeup said members of another team taunted them racially before a game this past weekend.
The mother charged with killing her son more than 20 years ago was back in court in New Jersey Friday to face the charges.
Wreath-laying ceremonies, interfaith services and other events aimed at honoring those killed while focusing on the future were held throughout the state.
A toll taker in New Jersey said she was asked to stop saying, “God bless you,” after she told her boss that was how she thanked drivers.