NJIT Student Killed During Armed Robbery At Fraternity In NewarkIt happened around 3:30 a.m. at the Tau Kappa Epsilon house on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard near the school's campus.
Newark, Uber Announce New Provisions, Fees In Airport DealOfficials on Wednesday will reveal details that were ironed out between Newark and the ride-hailing company on Tuesday.
Newark Man Admits To Producing Fake Driver's Licenses With Stolen InfoA New Jersey man pleaded guilty Monday to producing fake driver's licenses and filing bogus tax returns using stolen identity information.
Port Authority To Newark On Uber Deal: Not So FastNewark's tentative $10 million deal with ride-hailing company Uber has hit a roadblock.
Newark Mayor Releases Details On City's Uber AgreementNewark's mayor has released details on the tentative agreement he's reached with ride-hailing company Uber to operate in New Jersey's largest city.
Newark Reaches Deal To Keep Uber In Operating In CityNewark Mayor Ras Baraka said Friday that he has reached a deal with ride-hailing company Uber to operate in that city.
Parts Of Newark Still Without Power After Early Morning Fire Damages EquipmentAccording to PSEG, the outage began with a manhole fire at University Avenue and Bleecker Street at around 1:30 a.m.
NJ TRANSIT Defends Recording Conversations On Light Rail LinesThe director of NJ TRANSIT on Tuesday defended the use of audio surveillance systems on some of its trains Tuesday, as some questioned the monitoring's legal and ethical underpinnings.
$10,000 Reward Offered In Connection With Shooting Death Of Rutgers StudentIt happened around 10 p.m. Sunday at an apartment near the university's Newark campus on Central Avenue at Halsey Street.
Uber, Lyft Drivers Attend Newark City Council Meeting On Proposed FeesThe city wants the drivers to pay a fee of around $1,000 a year if they want to pick up passengers at the city's busiest hubs.
Second Man Charged In Alleged Plot Against Newark Mayor Ras BarakaA second man has been arrested in an alleged plot to kill Newark Mayor Ras Baraka.
NJ Lawmakers Looking Into State's Aging Water InfrastructureNew Jersey lawmakers worried about lead that was found in the Newark public schools' drinking water are holding a hearing to look more closely at the state's aging infrastructure.

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