One man was killed and two people were wounded when shots rang out in Newark.
The Port Authority says PATH service is back to normal after earlier delays caused by a work train derailment.
Police were investigating Friday afternoon after a man was found shot to death in the back of a store in Newark.
At the Lafayette Street elementary school in the Ironbound section of Newark, CBS 2 found students running around between parked cars – some of them even leaning against them during recess.
A suspect wanted in connection with a string of armed robberies in which the female victims were maced in their eyes has struck again in New Jersey, police said.
The 22-year-old Washington Township man faces one count each of stalking and sexual exploitation of a child. The exploitation count carries a mandatory minimum prison sentence of 15 years upon conviction.
New Jersey’s Supreme Court has ordered a new sentencing for a Newark woman convicted of killing a high school rival hours after the victim celebrated her graduation in 2008.
Police in Freehold Township, New Jersey are searching for a suspect in a string of armed robberies in which the female victims were maced in their eyes.
Prosecutors say that from October 2012 through August 2014, the three men ran a website that sold fake licenses for seven states, with each license costing about $150.
The mayors of some of New Jersey’s most crime-plagued cities are hearing from academics and law enforcement experts on new ways to help reduce violent crime.
Some students from three Newark high schools have walked out of class to protest the state’s control of New Jersey’s largest school district.
Two men were killed and another was hospitalized following separate shootings in Newark. But authorities say it doesn’t appear that the incidents are connected.
The city says the new officers will enhance the mayor’s initiative to increase the number of police officers on the force.
Friends helped raise the money for the funeral for the woman who worked many jobs.
Organizers say they expect 1,000 Newark families to keep their children out of the city’s public schools Thursday in a boycott over the city’s new enrollment system.