5 People Shot In Newark As Large Amount Of Marijuana Found At SceneFive people were shot in Newark on Monday evening.
Newark Police Department Computers HackedThe Newark Police Department was the victim of a hacking attack.
Justice Department, Newark Agree To Police ReformsThe settlement agreement unveiled Wednesday will require Newark police to implement a more community-focused police model, revise policies and training on stops and searches and revise use-of-force policies.
Authorities: Man Shoots Himself In Hourslong Newark StandoffAuthorities say the incident was sparked by "recent ongoing family problems."
Teen To Sue Newark After Police Encounter Leaves Him With Broken ShoulderJamod Watkins suffered a broken shoulder that was so severe it requires surgery, according to his attorney, Rosemarie Arnold.
Water Main Break Causing Issues In NewarkA water main break is creating issues in Newark.
Civilian To Take Over Newark Police Internal Affairs DivisionNewark Mayor Ras Baraka said Monday that the city will bring in an attorney to run its police internal affairs unit.
Newark To Hire Civilian Lawyer To Head Police Department's Internal Affairs UnitThere are some big changes on the way to the Newark Police Department.
Newark Residents Complain Of Delayed Police Response Times To 911 CallsMayor Ras Baraka said the city is still coming back from cuts made before he took office
Police: Women Robbed During Series Of Attacks At Bus Stops In NewarkThe search is on for violent robbers targeting women at bus stops in Newark. At least two women were mugged Monday morning.
New Jersey Cop Killer Sentenced To Consecutive 30-Year Prison TermsThere was emotional testimony and new developments on Friday in the trial of a man accused of killing a New Jersey police officer.
Mayor Baraka Announces Civilian Review Board For Newark PoliceNewark Mayor Ras Baraka on Tuesday announced what he called the first step in reforming a problem-plagued police force, with the creation of a civilian complaint review board, the first in the city's history.

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