Bears In Suburbia: Are Humans To Blame? NJ Wildlife Experts Weigh InRutgers University's Brook Maslo and NJ Animal Protection League's Angie Melter say humans may play a big role in recent sightings.
Bear Brought Down From Tree In Downtown MorristownThe bear was first spotted at around 11 a.m. near the Century 21 at North Park Place.
Hazmat Crews Respond To Morristown Sports ComplexThe address is home to both the Twin Oaks Ice Rink and the Centercourt Sports Training Facility.
1 Person Dead In Early Morning Fire In MorristownThe blaze broke out early Tuesday morning on Pine Street. Flames swept through a business on the first floor and several apartments above.
Newtown Gun Control Advocates' Annual Ride Makes Pit Stop In New JerseyThe third annual ride will end at the steps of the Capitol in Washington.
Christie Stumps For Republican Jeff Bell In Senate Race Against Cory BookerNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie took a break from the road on Monday morning to lend a hand to another Republican from his state, who is fighting an uphill battle for a U.S. Senate seat.
1 Horse Euthanized After 2 Escape New Jersey Home Friday MorningState police say two horses were roaming on Route 287 on Friday morning. One horse was struck by a vehicle at about 4:35 a.m.
Convicted Killer Sentenced In Connection With NJ Courtroom Scuffle A New Jersey man has been sentenced for sparking a courtroom scuffle just moments after a jury convicted him of first-degree murder in the shooting death of a female friend.
Cops Seek Help Finding Morristown Medical Center Armed RobberThe robber held up an employee at gunpoint last month in a parking garage office at the hospital, police said.
Morristown Man Convicted Of Exposing Himself To Undercover CopA registered sex offender from Morristown, New Jersey was convicted at trial Thursday of exposing himself on a webcam to an undercover detective posing as a 13-year-old girl.
Morristown Teen Bringing 'Sidewalk Smiles' To Faces Of 'Beautiful' StrangersFor a couple of hours once a week, usually on Sundays, the eighth-grader can be found on street corners in her hometown holding up signs targeting pedestrians and drivers -- total strangers -- spreading her message.
Former N.J. Entertainment Firm Controller Accused Of Stealing From BusinessThe former controller of a New Jersey entertainment business stood accused Tuesday of stealing nearly $200,000 from the firm.