Ali Muhammad Brown, 29, is one of three suspects who appeared Wednesday afternoon in state Superior Court in Newark.
A group of Garden State high school students were on their way overseas Tuesday to run in a very special race.
Marsha Kreuzman weighed just 70 pounds when the troops came in to liberate Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp in Austria in May of 1945. She was 18 years old at the time.
A thief has been preying on women who work at medical offices in New Jersey.
When Chris Bickel, of Livingston, New Jersey was 16 years old, he found himself homeless with “no other place to go.” Now, he wants to help people in the same situation find healthier food options.
A local news anchor is making headlines, not for reporting the news, but for becoming it.
Moviegoers in New York City were deeply saddened but unfazed by the news of the mass shooting at a Colorado theater, as they turned out by the thousands to see the premiere of the latest Batman film.
It took two, two cold hearted thieves to steal a heavy bronze plaque, in Livingston, that honored World War II veterans from Staten Island.
Rep. Donald Payne, dean of the New Jersey Congressional delegation, died Tuesday morning at the age of 77 at St. Barnabas Hospital after a battle with colon cancer.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie got a standing ovation as he announced state approval to reopen Pascack Valley Hospital, but many of the questions were at the town hall meeting were about making the public schools better.
Like so many places throughout northern New Jersey, many homes in Teaneck were made unlivable because of storm damage.
A legal battle may be brewing in Livingston over the issue of whether a resident has the right to erect a cross on his property.
Investigators say an elderly woman died after she was run over by her own car at a northern New Jersey restaurant this weekend.
Officials say two young women from France who were not vaccinated against measles attended a party at the New Jersey restaurant.
Something’s cooking in some New Jersey classrooms, as some districts consider eliminateing home economics courses – and it’s left a bitter taste in the mouths of students and parents.