More than a dozen Union Township residents are displaced after a fire ripped through a condominium complex Saturday night.
Residents were evacuated on Saturday night as a fast-moving fire ripped through an apartment complex in Union Township, N.J.
Several new charges have been filed against a northern New Jersey man who allegedly killed his girlfriend.
April Wyckoff’s remains were found next to a branch of the Passaic River near a portion of Raymond Boulevard in Newark, authorities said. Her body was positively identified after an autopsy Monday morning.
Investigators believe Matthew Ballister, 43, killed April Wyckoff, also 43, inside his Union Township home Tuesday evening.
Numerous officers converged on Liberty State Park Friday morning in the search for 43-year-old April Wyckoff’s body.
Investigators believe Matthew Ballister, 43, of Union Township killed 43-year-old April Wyckoff in his home sometime Tuesday evening, the Union County Prosecutor’s Office said.
“There’s no reason that this driver should not have seen the motorcyclist coming,” said Union Police Lt. Robert Christie.
A grieving family and police in New Jersey joined forces Sunday night, seeking information about a driver who left the scene of a crash that killed a motorcyclist.
Building maintenance crews entered the apartment and found a woman dead from what police said appeared to be natural causes. Her 4-year-old son was also inside and had not eaten in five or six days, according to police.
The sponsor of a measure to reform the system has put it on hold after police and engineering officials called for changes to rules about the duration of yellow lights and the elimination of tickets for failing to make a complete stop before turning right on red.
The parents of two young brothers who drowned in a neighbor’s Union Township pool said their deaths were nothing more than a tragic accident.
After a 17-month investigation came up empty, a tip from an unlikely source has police believing they have solved the murder of 55-year-old Diane Zaleski.
Authorities are asking for the public to help identify two additional victims and want any parent who has had a child visit or sleepover at Valter Sforca’s residence to contact them immediately.
For the first time, teacher Viki Knox and her husband, Gene, sat down for a CBS 2 exclusive over the firestorm that started it all.