Attorney: N.J. Priest Accused Of Pointing Gun At Boy Was MisunderstoodA New Jersey priest was planning to plead not guilty Tuesday, after allegedly pointing a musket at a young boy inside the rectory of a church in Little Ferry.
NY Attorney General Files Lawsuit Against Alleged K2 DistributorsAction is being taken against alleged distributors of synthetic marijuana and other designer drugs in New York.
High Winds, Heavy Rains Pound Jersey ShoreThe National Weather Service has issued coastal flood warnings Friday with widespread tidal flooding expected during high tides throughout this weekend.
NJ Gets $5 Million In Federal Grants To Enhance Public SafetyThe streets of New Jersey are about to become a bit safer with the help of more than $5 million in federal grants targeted at enhancing public safety.
City Council Looks To Crack Down On Synthetic Marijuana With Proposed BillsIt's already illegal in New York, but manufacturers can circumvent the law by changing the mix of chemical additives when certain substances are banned.
Linden, NJ, Officer Pleads Not Guilty In Deadly Wrong-Way Crash On Staten IslandLinden Officer Pedro Abad surrendered to police and was arrested before he appeared in state court on Staten Island.
Lawyer Asks Judge To Reduce Bail For Ex-Rutgers Football Player Charged In Home InvasionsAndre Boggs along with two other students pleaded not guilty earlier this month to charges in connection with the armed home invasions.
Pallone Wants Congress To Look Into Legality Of Fantasy SportsRep. Frank Pallone wants to know how fantasy sports differ from traditional sports gambling, which is illegal except in states that legalized sports betting before 1992.
Rutgers Football Coach Suspends Wide Receiver IndefinitelyRutgers football coach Kyle Flood would only say the suspension came after an incident outside the stadium on Saturday night.
Tunnel To Towers Foundation Presents Wounded Soldier With New 'Smart Home'A ceremony on Staten Island brought a little joy to a day typically filled with sadness.
Cuomo Staffer Critically Hurt In Brooklyn Shooting Hours Before West Indian Day ParadeA staffer for Gov. Andrew Cuomo is fighting for his life after violence broke out in the run-up to the 48th Annual West Indian Day Parade.
Some NJ Residents Concerned About Safety After Railroad Ties Discarded Along TracksLocal resident Bob Crowland says the chemically treated wood is highly flammable.