Family Of Girls Expelled From NJ Catholic School Ordered To Pay Legal FeesAs WCBS 880's Kelly Waldron reported, the parents of 13-year-old Sydney Phillips have been ordered to pay the legal fees for St Teresa's School in Kenilworth and the Archdiocese of Newark.
Judge Rules NJ Girl Who Wanted To Play On Boys' Basketball Team Must Be Allowed Back To SchoolA judge has ruled that a New Jersey girl expelled from her Roman Catholic school after her family sued because it wouldn't let her play boys' basketball must be allowed to return to school.
NJ Girl Who Sued For Right To Play On Boys' Basketball Team Expelled From SchoolTwelve-year-old Sydney Phillips is not welcome at St. Theresa's School in Kenilworth, her father told reporters Wednesday.
New Jersey Judge Won't Order School To Put Girl On Boys Basketball TeamA New Jersey judge has refused to order a Catholic school to allow a girl to play on the eighth grade boys basketball team.
New Jersey Family Sues To Let Daughter Play On Boys' Basketball TeamA girl who wants to play for her school's boys' basketball team has sued the Archdiocese of Newark.
Police Pursuit Of Stolen Car In Kenilworth, NJ Ends In CrashPolice tell CBS2's Meg Baker they were in pursuit of a stolen car when it crashed into a grey Honda.
Police: Man Went On Violent Crime Spree Before Crashing Carjacked Vehicle In Union CountyA high-speed chase on Wednesday ended when a carjacking suspect crashed into a Halloween store in Kenilworth, New Jersey.
Police: Prank Caller Who Reported 'Hostage Situation' In N.J. Will Be ProsecutedA prank call that brought a massive response in Union County, N.J., was the subject of a criminal investigation Monday.
Police: Apparent Prank Call Sparked 'Hostage Situation' Near Kean UniversitySomeone called 911 and directed law enforcement to a home on Newark Avenue, where they claimed a Kean University student was holding his brother and sister hostage with a pipe bomb.
Following Sandy, Gov. Christie Says It's Now Time To Act And Rebuild Lives Downed trees, utility poles and wires have tangled together in dangerous piles across the neighborhood. Transformers are down, wiping out power to thousands.
As Gas Prices And Tolls Rise, Carpooling Gains In Popularity In New JerseyThere are websites that help travel companions link up. They include and a service from the New Jersey Department of Transportation.
Warm Weather Sends People To NJ Golf Course, LI BeachAt noon today, it was 47 degrees in Central Park. That has people in the Tri-State Area doings things and going places that would be almost unthinkable for January 31.

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