2 Dead After NJ TRANSIT Buses Collide In Newark; 17 Others HurtNJ TRANSIT spokeswoman Nancy Snyder said the crash occurred around 6 a.m. when the 59 Line bus was headed north on Broad Street struck the 13 Line bus, which was carrying about 20 passengers.
Cuomo Contesting Audit That Faults NY Tourism Promotion After Sandy, IreneThe report released by the Office of Inspector General at the U.S. housing department says New York state officials failed to comply with federal rules on contract procurement and did not ensure the money was spent effectively.
Silvercup Studios Opens Third Location In The BronxNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo cut the ribbon on the $35 million, 115,000 square-foot facility on Wednesday.
Menendez Calls For Emergency Session Of Congress For Zika FundingU.S. Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) was calling Wednesday for an immediate federal response to the growing Zika virus crisis.
Former Aide In Text: Christie 'Flat Out Lied' In 'Bridgegate' CaseAccording to a new court filing, a former Chris Christie aide texted to a colleague that the New Jersey governor "flat out lied" at a news conference about the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal.
Police In Massachusetts Urge Caution After NYC Google Employee Found DeadPolice found the body of Vanessa Marcotte Sunday night about a half-mile from her mother's home in the town of Princeton.
Christie Signs Bill To Require Diversity Training For N.J. Police OfficersAll police officers in New Jersey will undergo cultural diversity training under a bill signed into law by Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday.
Surgeon General, N.J. Senators Urge Doctors To 'Turn The Tide' Against OpioidsThe opioid crisis was at the forefront in New Jersey Monday, as U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy made a stop on his nationwide “turn the tide” tour urging doctors to improve prescription practices.
A-Rod To Retire After Friday's Game, Take Advisory Role With YankeesThe three-time MVP will officially be released from his player contract and then will assume a role as a special adviser and instructor with the Yankees.
Drinking Beverages, Eating While Driving May Soon Get You Ticketed In New JerseyDrinking coffee or eating behind the wheel could soon get you in trouble in New Jersey.
Sweeney: Current Situation Makes N.J. Pension Funding Increase A No-GoA ballot question that would mandate more funding for the troubled New Jersey pension system may be dead on arrival.
Police: Suspected Burglar Shot, Wounded By Police In QueensA burglary suspect was shot and wounded by police in Queens Monday, and a woman was found wounded with a piece of wire under her scalp nearby.

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