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Latia Harris (credit: Salem Police)

Suspect In Beating Caught On Tape In Front Of 2-Year-Old Held On $35,000 Bail

Latia Harris, 25, turned herself in to Salem City police around 7 p.m. Monday following an extensive search.

07/01/2014

Latia Harris (Salem PD)

Police: Suspect Surrenders In Beating Caught On Tape In Front Of 2-Year-Old

A woman surrendered to police in South Jersey Monday, in connection with an attack on another woman that was caught on video as the victim’s 2-year-old son tried to defend his mother.

06/30/2014

Latia Harris (Salem PD)

VIDEO: Woman Attacked As Toddler Son Tries To Intervene

Police in southern New Jersey are looking for a woman who was videotaped beating a woman in front of her toddler son.

06/26/2014

This week TV 10/55's Toni Senecal went to Salem in search of the supernatural. (Credit TV 10/55).

Toni On! New York: In Search Of The Supernatural

This week WLNY’s Toni Senecal went to Salem, Mass. in search of the supernatural. Along the way she also checked out the birth place of Nathaniel Hawthorne and learned more about one of the nation’s most significant ports.

09/28/2013

Jeffrey Bourgeois (credit: Handout/WFSB.com)

Conn. Community Remembers 6-Year-Old Killed By Wood Chipper

Nearly 100 adults and children attended a memorial ceremony for Jeffrey Bourgeois on Wednesday afternoon outside Salem Elementary School, where he attended first grade.

04/12/2012

Conn. State Police truck sits outside home on Brookside Road. (credit: WFSB.com)

6-Year-Old Conn. Boy Gets Pulled Through Wood Chipper While Helping His Dad

A 6-year-old boy was killed in an apparent wood chipper accident in southeastern Connecticut Tuesday.

04/10/2012

Generic Handgun File Photo (credit: CBS 2)

Suspect Captured, Salem Hostage Standoff Ended

One police officer received a grazing gunshot wound and was treated at the scene. A police dog was shot in the abdomen and was in stable condition Thursday morning.

01/27/2011

Generic Ambulance File Photo (credit: CBS 2)

NJ Towns Look To Charge For Fire, First-Aid

Salem’s City Council has adopted an ordinance that would allow the fire department to charge to recover costs.

12/08/2010