Ahead Of NJ High School Football Game, Rivals Pause To Honor Law EnforcementOn Friday night, two New Jersey high school football teams participated in a tribute to law enforcement before their game.
New NJ TRANSIT Executive Director Skips Hearing On Fatal Train CrashDemocratic Assemblyman John McKeon said he received a text message Thursday night reporting that officials couldn't make the hearing because they had to meet with federal regulators.
Drought Warning Issued In New Jersey For First Time In 15 YearsA drought warning has been issued in New Jersey for the first time in more than a decade.
Bridgegate Defendant Says She Told Christie Of 'Traffic Study,' Was Afraid Of GovernorKelly sent the infamous "Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee” email. She and former Port Authority executive Bill Baroniare charged with nine federal counts in connection to the case.
N.J. Woman Pepper-Sprayed After Complaining About Bad Hair ColoringJessica Mahecha found a stylist through Craigslist and went to a Garden Apartment complex in Bloomfield to get her hair styled and her extensions died.
Gov. Christie Due In Court Next Month Over Misconduct ComplaintNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's court date to answer a citizen's complaint that he failed to put a stop to the closure of lanes at the George Washington Bridge in 2013 has been moved to Nov 23.
Legislators To Consider Subpoena Power In NJ TRANSIT Crash InvestigationThe Democrat-led Assembly Judiciary Committee is expected to consider subpoena authorization on Thursday. If approved, the legislators could compel officials to testify and provide documents.
Bridgegate Witness Testifies Gov. Christie Knew About Lane ClosuresBridgegate defendant Bill Baroni finished up on the stand Wednesday, and another witness testified that Gov. Chris Christie knew of traffic issues caused by the George Washington Bridge lane closures in September 2013.
Jersey City Boy With Cancer Leads Parade As Honorary Police OfficerParth Patel is being celebrated for his bravery as he receives home hospice care for cancer.
U.S. Marine Corps. Recruiter Accused Of Inappropriately Touching Himself In Front Of Children In Roselle, N.J.A 27-year-old Linden man who works for the U.S. Marine Corps. recruitment office in Elizabeth, New Jersey was charged with sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child Tuesday.
'Space Jam' Returns To Theaters For 20th Anniversary: Where To Watch Near NYCFathom Events and Warner Bros. say the screenings will take place on Sunday, Nov. 13, and Wednesday, Nov. 16.
Gov. Chris Christie's Approval Rating Hits New LowJust 21 percent of registered voters surveyed approve of the job Christie is doing, while 62 percent disapprove, according to a Fairleigh Dickinson University survey published Wednesday.

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