New Jersey Youngsters Win First Game At Little League World SeriesTheir skill has taken them to Williamsport, Pennsylvania, where they beat Salem, Oregon 6-2 in their LLWS opener.
Beloved Neighborhood Peacock Shot And Killed By Unknown Attacker In New JerseyPolice in East Greenwich Township say the peacock, known to locals as Popeye, was shot earlier this week.
Elmora Troopers From Elizabeth, N.J. Competing In Little League World SeriesIt's a dream come true for a little league team from Elizabeth. They made it all the way to the Little League World Series. 
Nearly 2 Dozen Hepatitis A Cases Connected To NJ Golf Club EmployeeHepatitis A is mainly spread very close person-to-person contact or contaminated food.
Man Arrested In Connection To Gun Scare At NJ WalmartEmployees got customers out of the store while multiple agencies responded.
New Jersey's Medically Assisted Suicide Law Put On HoldNew Jersey's right-to-die law just went into effect earlier this month but now a judge has halted it after a Bergen County doctor opposed it.
Newark Water Emergency: Lawsuit Seeks Bottled Water To Be Delivered, N.J.'s DEP Commish To Meet With FedsNew Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Catherine McCabe said the EPA was surprised the water filters distributed in the lead contaminated areas were not working.
After Delays, Construction On Route 3 Bridge Project In New Jersey RecommencesA stalled project to replace two bridges over Route 3, a main commuting route to the Lincoln Tunnel in Bergen County, is moving again, albeit slowly.
Walmart In Union, N.J. Evacuated After Reports Of Man With Mask And GunPolice responded, evacuated the store and searched it, but have not found anything suspicious. 
N.J. Towns Sound More Alarms On Developer Toll Brothers Over Brown Water In StreamsSome Bergen County residents say they a water emergency on their hands.. Pristine streams in Upper Saddle River have turned brown, due to development nearby.
Newark Water Emergency: How Lead Can Affect Your ChildrenLead exposure can bring on quite a few health defects, but there are preventive measures you can take to reduce the risk. Dr. Judy Aschner of the Hackensack University Medical Center explains how.