Newark Girl Dies After Falling Out Window While Jumping On BedEssex County prosecutors say the accident occurred shortly before midnight Monday.
Newark Honors ‘Teacher Of The Year’ For Her Work With Students Who Have AutismIt’s Teacher Appreciation Week! To kick off the national celebration, the Newark School District recognized one woman as Teacher of the Year.
Female Pedestrian Struck, Killed During Police Pursuit Of Carjacked Vehicle In NewarkAs sirens blared, a high-speed police chase came to an end and neighbors on South 14th Street woke up to a lot of chaos.
Off-Duty Newark Police Officer Shoots Suspect During Attempted Armed RobberyOfficials say the suspect tried to rob the off-duty officer near the corner of Clay Street and McCarter Highway just before 9 p.m.
New Police Surveillance Cameras A 'Block Watch On Steroids'City officials launched the Citizen Virtual Patrol on Thursday, announcing 62 cameras available for selected users to monitor through a police website.
Wild Weather Causes Problems For Drivers, Commuters Across Tri-State AreaMonday's wet and windy weather was causing problems in New Jersey, where some drivers seemed to be caught off guard by torrential downpours.
Police: Vandal Spray Paints Campaign Poster With Swastika In NewarkThe incident is being treated as a bias crime.
Firefighter Hurt After Blaze Engulfs 3 Buildings In NewarkFirefighters responded to a 3-alarm fire Tuesday morning where three buildings had become engulfed in flames.
Newark Hosts 83rd Annual St. Patrick's Day ParadeIt's New Jersey's oldest St. Patrick's Day parade.
Commercial Building In Newark Evacuated Due To High Carbon Monoxide LevelsIt happened at a building on Euclid Avenue.
12 Families Displaced After 3-Alarm Blaze Rips Through Home In NewarkAuthorities say five firefighters sustained minor injuries and one resident suffered a panic attack in the blaze.
Newark Officially Regains Control Of Schools After 22 YearsNew Jersey became the first state in the country to approve the takeover of local school districts in the late 1980s, and eventually took control of school districts in Jersey City, Paterson and Camden in addition to Newark.