Police: Man Stabbed In Head With Machete After Argument At Walmart In Kearny, N.J.Police said they found a man inside the Walmart with a deep cut and blood streaming down the back of his head.
'This Is Simply An Attempt To Mooch Off Of New Jersey': Garden State Drivers Weigh In On Congestion Pricing CostsNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said he opposes any congestion plan that would double the taxes on New Jersey drivers.
Valerie Fund Walk And 5K Returns To New Jersey After Being Sidelined During PandemicEvery step raises money for Valerie Fund centers, which help children with cancer and blood disorders.
Tunnel to Towers Weekend Kicks Off With Lynyrd Skynyrd Concert At Liberty ParkThe annual 5k run and walk retraces the final footsteps of FDNY Firefighter Stephen Siller, who died on 9/11.
'I Can't Take This Anymore': Heavy Rain In Tri-State Area Renews Flooding Concerns For Many Still Dealing With Damage From IdaAs heavy rain came down, it was a raw reminder of all that was lost in the recent flooding and the stories of those still cleaning up from Ida.
Plan In Place To Bring High Line-Style 9-Mile Greenway To N.J.Every year, 8 million people visit Manhattan's West Side greenway oasis, known as the High Line. Now there is a plan to bring that same kind of space to New Jersey in a big way.
'Singing Phlebotomist' Enrique Rodriguez Shares Music And Inspirational Journey With Patients In New JerseyA medical assistant in New Jersey has found his own special way to heal patients, bringing his guitar to work each day and serenading the critically ill.
Photos Of Lunches Served At Paterson Schools Show Mystery Meats, Puny PortionsPaterson school administrators say they are overhauling the school lunch program and it begins with re-training cafeteria staff.
Mother Makes Daring Rescue After 14-Month-Old Boy Falls Into Open Manhole Inside Union, N.J. ParkFire officials said the 2-year-old was playing in Kawameeh Park with his mother. She saw he was missing and realized he fell into an open manhole. She then jumped in after him.
How Past Housing Discrimination In 1960s New Jersey Still Affects Black Families TodayCBS News' Tony Dokoupil reports from Bergen County, where his grandfather bought a house in 1953, and shares the story a Black family who hoped to make a similar purchase a decade later.
School Bus Driver Suffers Apparent Medical Emergency, Crashes Into Golf Course In BellevilleAt least two other people suffered minor injuries. No children were on board.
FDA Approves Pfizer COVID-19 Booster Shot, But Confusion Still Reigns Over Who Can Get It And WhenIf even state and federal health officials can't agree on booster guidelines, it's not surprising the rest of us are confused.
Exclusive: Credit Card Knives, Ammo Jewelry Just Some Of Items TSA Confiscates From Passengers Trying To Get On PlanesWith many people tired of the COVID-19 pandemic and taking trips, the Transportation Security Administration -- or TSA -- is catching more bizarre items in security.
NJ TRANSIT Bus, Car Crash In Irvington Takes Out Utility PolesThe bus had about 30 people on it when it crashed into utility poles.
Actor Willie Garson, Best Known For 'Sex And The City,' Dies At 57The New Jersey native was best known for his role as Carrie Bradshaw's friend, Stanford Blatch.