A devastating fire left a woman dead and her teenage daughter critically injured in a fire Wednesday in Elizabeth, N.J.
As bar patrons wrapped up a night of clubbing this past Saturday a woman found herself at the receiving end of a direct hit by an Elizabeth police officer.
Two men were acquitted of a double murder in Newark Tuesday, but were both convicted of multiple related charges.
Tankard was then shot in both legs by one of the detectives. Tankard was taken to a hospital, where he was listed in critical but stable condition.
Loyal members feel like they have been punched in the gut, with some of the opinion that Newark’s archbishop is out of touch with the community.
The leader of a Bloods street gang in New Jersey turned himself in to authorities this weekend, and was ordered held on $5 million charges bail on charges that he ran a major drug ring.
A man was being held on $150,000 bail Saturday in connection with an early-morning hit-and-run that left another man dead in Elizabeth, N.J.
The Kansas City businessman said money is not the issue. It’s about random acts of kindness.
Three months after they were put on hold due to a shortage of judges, civil trials are resuming in one northern New Jersey county.
It has been a whirlwind 2 years for West Orange-native and NBA star Kyrie Irving, but now he is giving back to his community and trying to help St. Patrick High School in Elizabeth stay open.
There are now seven judicial vacancies among the county’s allotted 25 positions, and court officials said that two more judges are due to retire by summer’s end.
For teenagers with leukemia, there is hope, and it comes from the Valerie Fund, as WCBS 880’s John Metaxas found out.
Investigators said the suspect pushed his way into the 92-year-old’s home, strangled her and walked away with only $360 worth of coins that he took over to a machine at a grocery store and turned into bills.
For young people with serious illnesses, the Valerie Fund is a becon of hope, WCBS 880’s John Metaxas reported.
The push is on for diversity within the New Jersey State Police Department. Only two black recruits graduated in the most recent class of 85, so state police officials are looking for more minorities to fill next year’s class of 150 cadets.