NJ Weedman Arrested Again After Raid Of Cannabis Church In TrentonPolice say they found more than 1,100 grams of marijuana, 32 grams of edible marijuana candy, more than a pound of marijuana butter and a jar with $85 in it that said "Nothing is free donate."
Police: New Jersey Driver Nearly Hits Pedestrian, Then Shoots Him Following ArgumentA driver in New Jersey nearly hit a pedestrian and then shot the man in the knee after they started arguing, officials said.
2 Amtrak Lines Briefly Halted Between Philadelphia, Trenton Due To Police ActivityService on the Northeast Regional and Acela Express Amtrak lines was briefly halted between Trenton and Philadelphia Thursday night due to police activity.
Controversial NJ PARCC Exam Results ReleasedNJ Department of Education released scores from the state's PARCC exam, a computer-based assessment test that has caused controversy among parents at a special event held in Trenton on Tuesday.
Prosecutors: Woman Fatally Beat Family Dog, Bragged About ItMercer County prosecutors say Hightstown resident Michelle Wankoff, 19, faces charges of animal cruelty and tampering with evidence.
NJ TRANSIT Northeast Corridor Delays After Person Hit By TrainThe death occurred just west of the Metropark Station after 5 a.m. Friday when a train from Trenton headed for New York hit the person.
Small Earthquake Recorded Near Central New JerseyOfficials say a very small earthquake in central New Jersey has caused no damage or injuries.
Proposed Legislation Would Make ‘Rape By Fraud’ A Crime In New JerseyA New Jersey lawmaker has a plan that would make it a crime to lie in order to sleep with someone.
NJ Appeals Court OKs New Charter School RulesA New Jersey appeals court has ruled that the state Board of Education has the authority to change charter school rules to make it easier for existing charters to open new satellite campuses.
Trenton Man, Cesar Urena Valverde, Sentenced To Four Years In Prison After Child Porn SweepA central New Jersey man caught up in a child pornography sweep last year is now headed to state prison.
Families Press Lawmakers For Answers About ‘Return Home New Jersey’ ProgramParents of disabled adults say they are getting the run-around from state agencies in their fight to keep their relatives safe.
Lawmakers Demand Answers About Controversial ‘Return Home New Jersey’ ProgramNow, as the fall legislative session begins democrats and republicans are working to overturn the state's decision to take them out of their treatment facilities and put them into group homes.