Rain, Ice More Than Snow Expected Over Tri-State AreaUpdated forecasts call for wet streets and scattered areas of icing, but officials throughout the area planned for the worst.
Murphy: State Of Emergency To Go Into Effect In New JerseyHe also announced a commercial travel restriction on roads north of I-95 but not the NJ Turnpike, effective Saturday at noon.
Police Arrest Pair For Series Of Letgo App RobberiesIn various cases, the victims thought they were meeting prospective buyers after posting iPhones and an iWatch for sale.
NJ Family Hopes Hit-And-Run Driver That Killed Their Mother Comes ForwardLynne Crow, 76, was struck and killed just days before her fourth grandchild was born.
Bite From Wild Raccoon Has Jersey Shore Officials Worried About RabiesOfficials at the Monmouth County SPCA say Belmar police caught a raccoon in a woman's backyard.
NJ Priest Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Underage GirlThe incidents allegedly took place from 1990 through 1994, when Father Thomas Ganley was a priest at Saint Cecelia Church in Woodbridge.
Stars Come Out For 'Light Of Day Winterfest' Benefiting The Fight Against Parkinson's DiseaseWhat started off as a private party on the Jersey Shore has become a festival that has raised millions of dollars for Parkinson's disease.
Paterson Mayor Unveils 'Tools For Trust' Amid Simmering Relations Between Community, Police DepartmentTensions are rising after Jameek Lowery, 27, live-streamed his final moments at Paterson Police headquarters on Facebook Live earlier this month. Some have called for the attorney general and governor to step in.
High Lead Levels Detected In Water At Homes In 2 New Jersey CountiesElevated levels of lead are in the drinking water of some homes in two New Jersey counties, according to the company responsible for managing the quality of water.
Pet Rescue Organizations Trying To Help During Government ShutdownThey hope no more pets will need rescuing as a result of the government shutdown.
Impatient Skaters Ruin Ice Rink In New JerseySome people spoil all the fun. An ice rink in New Jersey will not be able to open for the season because of some impatient skaters.
Murphy's State Of The State Touts Progress In New Jersey, Residents Say It's Not EnoughDown in Trenton, the governor started out criticizing the state's use of taxpayer dollars during his state of the state address on Tuesday.