Investigators Work To Determine What Sparked Office Fire In Parsippany, N.J.Several people were inside the building when the fire started but all escaped without any injuries.
Parents, Students Complain About Dangerous School Bus Driver In Parsippany, NJThe families complained to Intervale Elementary, and the school pulled the driver last week, but he may have been reassigned to another route.
Hundreds Without Power After Garbage Truck Crashes Into Utility Poles In ParsippanyA garbage truck crashed into two utility poles in New Jersey, leaving hundreds without power and some residents trapped in their homes because of downed wires.
CBS2 Exclusive: Good Samaritans Pull Unconscious Man From Burning Car In ParsippanyWithout thinking twice about their own safety, good Samaritans jumped into action to rescue a driver from a burning car in New Jersey.
Judge Upholds $7.3M Award To Woman Who Discovered Lady GagaU.S. District Court Judge Jose Linares ruled Wednesday against producer Rob Fusari's argument to reduce the amount a jury last year awarded to Wendy Starland.
New Jersey Residents Lash Out At Company Over Proposed Oil PipelineIt sounds like a Hollywood screenplay; a big oil company using scare tactics to build a pipeline through small towns.
Worries About Stalled Highway Construction If Federal Fund Goes BankruptThe Highway Trust Fund’s bankruptcy could delay ongoing projects like the construction on I-80, CBS 2's Matt Kozar reported.
Police Urge Caution As Bears Make Themselves At Home In Parsippany Two weeks ago a bear went for a swim in a popular lake, on Thursday morning one took a walk down a north Jersey street.
Three Arrested In Connection With Series Of Burglaries In ParsippanyPolice in Parsippany have made arrests in connection with a series of burglaries that took place there.
Officials: N.J. Man Dies After Blaze; Firefighter Son Accompanies Him To HospitalAn elderly man died late Tuesday, after a fire broke out in his home in Parsippany, N.J., officials said.
N.J. Doctor Pleads Guilty To Accepting Bribes From Lab, Faces Up To 5 Years In PrisonProsecutors say Dr. Wayne Lajewski, 51, admitted to accepting bribes of $2,000 cash per month over a two year period in exchange for referring patient blood specimens to the Parsippany-based Biodiagnostic Laboratory Services LLC.
Former Parsippany Police Captain Accused Of Improper Disposal Of DocumentsA former Parsippany police captain's retirement payout and pension have been held up as a result of township allegations he wrongly got rid of a large amount of police documents.

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