NJ News

Family Begs Driver To Come Forward After College Student Is Struck In CliftonFollowing a hit-and-run that left a Montclair State University student in a coma, the young woman’s family has come forward to say the information they’re getting doesn’t add up.
Linden Firefighters Give Boy, 12, New Shoes After School Bus BullyingFirefighters in Linden, New Jersey went above and beyond recently to help a young boy who has been bullied on the school bus.
Jersey City Announces Deal Formally Embracing AirbnbUnder an agreement with the city, the company has agreed to charge users the same 6 percent hospitality tax guests at the city's hotels pay.
Lucy The Elephant's Getting A Makeover - But Not From PETAThe animal rights group PETA recently offered to pay $2,000 to help with renovations -- but they wanted something in return.
NJ Lawmakers To Take Another Shot At Passing Gun Safety BillA renewed effort is underway by New Jersey State Senate President Steve Sweeney and other officials to enact another gun safety bill.
Princeton Professor Angus Deaton Wins Nobel Prize In EconomicsDeaton, 69, won the $975,000 prize for work that the award committee says has had "immense importance for human welfare, not least in poor countries.''
College Student In Coma After Hit-And-Run In Clifton, N.J.A hit-and-run in Clifton, New Jersey last week has left a college student in a coma, and a family was demanding answers.
Man Found Dead On Palisades Interstate Park Trail In AlpineA man was found dead on a Palisades Interstate Park hiking trail Alpine, New Jersey Sunday afternoon, police said.
4 Face Human Trafficking Charges Involving 14-Year-Old Girl In New JerseyThree men from New Jersey and another from South Carolina have been indicted on human trafficking charges involving a 14-year-old girl who was allegedly forced into prostitution.
New Jersey Trooper Helps Save Infant With Use Of AEDLila was rushed to Hunterdon County Medical Center and then Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, where she is expected to make a full recovery, state police said.
Some Butler, N.J. Residents Shocked By Halloween Display Depicting ISIS TerroristsA Halloween display has created major controversy in Butler, New Jersey. In lieu of the typical tombstones, ghosts and pumpkins, this display depicts blood, gore and ISIS terrorists.
Friday Storms Leave Thousands Without Power Around AreaStorms plowing through the area Friday night left thousands of customers without power.