Man Charged In Brutal Rutgers Attack SurrendersMichael Knight turned himself in on Friday night to face charges in the attack on Rutgers University's New Brunswick campus.
NJ Officials Investigate Fatal Police-Involved Shooting In New BrunswickNew Jersey officials are investigating a police-involved shooting that left one man dead early Saturday morning.
Stabbing Leaves 2 Hospitalized At Rutgers Dorm; Suspect In CustodyA residence hall at Rutgers University became a crime scene Friday evening, when a stabbing left two people hospitalized and a suspect in police custody.
Officials: Fire That Destroyed New Brunswick Synagogue Appears To Be AccidentalThe fire broke out at the Congregation Poile Zedek, an Orthodox Ashkenazic synagogue at 145 Neilson St., around 4:30 p.m. on Friday.
Fire Leaves Only Shell Of Historic Synagogue In New Brunswick, N.J.An extra-alarm fire gutted a historic synagogue in New Brunswick, New Jersey Friday afternoon.
CBS2 Exclusive: Suspended New Brunswick Teacher Defends Tardiness ClaimsA New Brunswick, New Jersey teacher was late for work 100 times, but will keep his job.
Police: New Jersey Cleaning Lady Stole Jewelry From Client's HomeA cleaning lady has been accused of stealing jewelry from client's home in Old Bridge, New Jersey.
Father Charged After 9-Month-Old Boy Is Taken At KnifepointA man was charged with multiple counts Monday after for a 9-month-old boy was allegedly taken by the man at knifepoint.
NJ Chase Involving 3 Men Ends With 2 Slashed, 1 SoughtNew Brunswick police say the slashing occurred around 7:15 p.m. Sunday.
Person Hit By Train In New Brunswick; NJ TRANSIT, Amtrak Trains Halted At Penn StationNJ TRANSIT and Amtrak service headed toward New Jersey was halted at Penn Station late Wednesday afternoon, after a person was struck by a train in New Brunswick.
Transformer Explodes, Causes Fire At New Brunswick Post OfficeSurrounding buildings, including the New Brunswick City Hall, were evacuated.
Many Students Not Happy About Fraternity, Sorority Party Ban At RutgersRutgers University has banned fraternity and sorority house parties for the rest of the spring semester. The ban follows several alcohol-related problems this school year, including the death of a student.