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.
Justin Bozinta, 37, is the wrestling coach at East Orange Campus High School and a middle school teacher at the Costley Middle School in East Orange.
Acting Attorney General John Hoffman said Thursday that 37-year-old Justin Bozinta, of Rosselle, is charged with third-degree possession of child pornography and faces first-degree drug charges.
A Boonton, New Jersey man on trial Wednesday in the murder of his wife faced a former lover and alleged accomplice who admitted to carrying out the murder.
Footage from the scene showed rescuers, wearing protective gear, dragging one woman across the surface of the icy waters in a basket.
The NYPD and New Jersey police departments have also been sending their officers the alerts on toy guns turned into real weapons.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, seniors whose marriages have endured decades shared their secrets.
Some New Jersey parents have come out so strongly against a new computer-based math and language arts test that they have refused to allow their children to take the exam – but state education officials have rushed to its defense.
Like other districts looking to close budget gaps, Jackson is forced to deal with a 2-percent cap on property taxes, which fund schools in New Jersey.