Oceanport, N.J. Main Break Sends Water Gushing Into AirWater gushed into the air like a geyser in Oceanport, New Jersey when a water main broke on Tuesday afternoon.
Oceanport Braces For Swarm Of Fans As American Pharoah Gets Ready To RunThe first Triple Crown winner in 37 years was back in the Tri-State Area on Thursday.
Tight Security In Place For New Jersey MarathonThousands of runners took to the streets Sunday for the New Jersey Marathon, as crowds cheered them on surrounded by tighter security measures imposed after the bombings at the Boston Marathon.
New Jersey Marathon Upping Security In Wake Of Boston BombingsExecutive Race Director Joe Gigas says all bags and backpacks will be banned, spectator access at the start and finish lines will be limited, and some parking areas will be closed.
Tent City Pops Up In New Jersey In Aftermath Of SandyFor thousands of families in the Garden State, the situation in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy has gone from bad to worse. They’ve already lost their homes, and now they're being forced out of their shelters.
Tide Helps Sandy's Victims Get Clothes Cleaned For Free In Central JerseySometimes it's the little things in life that make things better. That's certainly true after superstorm Sandy ravaged parts of the Tri-State area.
Gov. Chris Christie Calls Reporter An 'Idiot' At Press Conference, Asks 'Are You Stupid?'"Did I say on topic?" Christie said to the reporter. "Are you stupid? On topic, on topic. Next question. Thank you all very much and I'm sorry for the idiot over there."
Water Nightmare Continues For Monmouth County Residents After Three Water Mains BreakThe water nightmare is continuing on Saturday for hundreds of thousands of people near the Jersey Shore, as three broken water mains in Monmouth County knocked out service on Friday night.
New Jersey Voters Say Yes To Sports Betting Public QuestionWanna bet? New Jersey does, but Washington has the final say.
Bills To Revive NJ Casinos AdvanceA report to Gov. Christie on the future of gaming recommended the state get out of the horse racing business. A $30 million subsidy to fatten racing purses was recently allowed to lapse.