The seemingly endless barrage of snowstorms is leaving many New Jersey municipalities running low on salt to spread on roads.
A new undercover, sting operation has police looking for drivers who talk and text behind the wheel.
Somerset officials also cautioned that Super Bowl party hosts could be held liable if a drunk guest injures on kills someone on the road.
Somerset County prosecutors said her blood-alcohol level was nearly three times the legal limit when the crash occurred on a dark two-lane road in Montgomery Township.
If you’re planning to line up for gas Saturday, you had better check your license plate first.
It took New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie 16 minutes to mention presidential candidate Mitt Romney during his keynote speech. But that hasn’t stopped his rock star-like ascension in the party.
State Senator Kip Bateman from Somerville said when drivers don’t follow the road closure signs, they put themselves and first responders at risk, while also diverting attention from the main incident. The bill sponsored by Bateman would increase the fine from $100 to $250 and may require drivers to pay for the cost of their rescue.
Some of New Jersey’s historic sites are on the verge of withering away. So a group has come up with a list to draw attention to them, WCBS 880′s Levon Putney reported.
Mauvette Mattandeen is charged with attempted murder and weapons charges.
Patrick Lott, 54, was an assistant principal at the Bernardsville Middle School, but he had been placed on an unpaid leave of absence after being arrested last December.
Donald Trump is considering spending eternity next to his golf club in northern New Jersey.
New Jersey medical marijuana advocates are decrying the state Supreme Court’s decision not to hear the appeal of a multiple sclerosis patient who was busted for pot possession.
Lott, 54, of Somerville, faces numerous charges, including child endangerment and invasion of privacy.
County officials say that instead of writing tickets to drivers breaking the law, police will issue a warning. If violators watch an educational video, the warning will be voided.
According to federal highway statistics, Thanksgiving is the deadliest holiday weekend on the roads.