A woman suffering from an incurable kidney disease had her prayers for a transplant answered by a fellow member of her New Jersey church.
Three people died in New Jersey last year after being struck by lightning. So, now some towns are investing money on systems that can do a better job detecting dangerous storms.
Ryan Barron, 19, was allegedly driving a 1998 Ford through a parking lot at the Wald Pavillion in Nanuet when he hit a parked car and caused it to lurch forward and strike a pedestrian and another parked vehicle, according to police.
The price jumped 11 cents in the Garden State and Friday’s weekly increase was something even Jersey drivers consider high.
While some of the Tri-State area is getting rained on, it is, unfortunately, not raining where emergency crews have responded to a house fire in Montvale.
A Bergen County country market is set to be replaced by a supermarket chain looking to make its first entry into northern New Jersey, WCBS 880′s Levon Putney reported.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie didn’t quite make the top ten of 2011, but he almost did.
Signs are already in place reminding motorists that beginning Jan. 1, tolls will increase 50 percent on the Parkway and 53 percent on the Turnpike.
Officials say Shahan Achian, 26, of Upper Saddle River tried to get the girls into his car at least six different times by offering them cash for sex.
Parents in two New Jersey towns are on alert. Police are warning families in two communities to be on the lookout for a predator that is using money to try and lure young girls into an SUV.
If you think you can use amusement tokens, a fistful or pennies, or some other trick to cheat your way through a Garden State Parkway cash lane, think again!
Police said organized gangs of thieves have been snatching expensive electronics from unlocked cars and in other instances stealing luxury vehicles.
New Jersey rivers busted out of their banks Monday, causing record floods in some places and leaving residents elsewhere frustrated.
Gas prices are pumped up across the Tri-State Area, and with seemingly no end in sight, drivers were lining up at area gas stations on Thursday to fill up before the prices soar again.
They survived some of the worst tragedies the world has ever known, and on Thursday nearly 50 heroes traveled to a New Jersey school to share their incredible stories.