CBS2’s Christine Sloan spoke to one family who said a pole problem is taking a toll on them.
Family members said 22-year-old James Elam was gunned down in broad daylight.
Tairod Nathan Webster Pugh, of Neptune, is accused of attempting to provide material support to ISIS, also known as ISIL, and obstruction of justice.
The state’s Transportation Trust Fund, which gets money from the gas tax, is running out of money needed to repair potholes, bridges and more.
It was an emotional reunion at a firehouse in Hackensack, N.J. Friday, when two women who cheated death met with the first responders who saved them.
Spring is around the corner, but the harsh winter could be wreaking havoc on your roof and entire home.
New Jersey might change a religious exemption that has allowed nearly 9,000 students to avoid vaccinations in the 2013-14 school year.
Cali, a Rhodesian Ridgeback, is trained to walk up to students at the Calais School and detect signs of the stress hormone Cortisol, which is secreted when a person gets anxious.
A New Jersey teacher charged with sexually assaulting six male students was soft spoken and nervous as she stood before a judge Friday.
A winter storm warning was expected to remain in effect for most of the state until 7 p.m. The National Weather Service said 4 to 8 inches were possible.
According to a new study by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heroin deaths have triped since 2010.
Customers were shaken Tuesday after a car crashed into a takeout restaurant in Red Bank, New Jersey — leaving the glass windows shattered.
Some riders said they’re already seeing a deterioration in service and questioned why they should be asked to pay more.
A couple witnessed a murder and testified against the suspect, but now, they are living in fear. They gave their first interview to CBS2’s Christine Sloan on Wednesday.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday proposed a massive restructuring of the public employees’ pension system as he presented a budget proposal for the upcoming fiscal year that does not respond to a judge’s ruling calling on the state to put an additional $1.57 billion into the system in the current fiscal year.