First Snow Of The Season Socks Tri-State Area, Wreaking Havoc On Evening CommuteThe first snowfall of the season wreaked havoc on the evening commute Thursday as a nor'easter settled in.
Prosecutors File Charges Against NJ Couple Who Created GoFundMe For Homeless ManMark D'Amico and Kate McClure set up the account for Johnny Bobbitt after they say he spent his last $20 to buy gas for McClure when she was stranded on a highway in Philadelphia. In August, Bobbitt sued, claiming he never received most of the $400,000 raised.
Small Earthquake Strikes Off Coast Of NJ, QueensThe USGS says the 1.4-magnitude quake struck at 3:23 a.m.
Parents In NJ School District Fear New Library Policy Could Turn Kids Away From ReadingIn September, district officials changed the rules for school libraries limiting how often its 1,000 elementary school students can check out books to once every two to three weeks.
Elections End, But Campaign Signs Linger Across State - Who Cleans Up?Up and down New Jersey roads, the signs can still be found stuck in the ground and posted to electric poles.
Study: Poorly Maintained Roads Costs NY, NJ Drivers $2,800 A YearTraffic backups and potholes are an all-too familiar site in our area. The cost of wear and tear adds up.
'It's Liberating In A Lot Of Ways:' Restaurants Encouraging Diners To Ditch Their DevicesSome restaurants are fed up with customers using their cellphones, so they’re serving up phone-free dining options.
11/14 CBS2 Wednesday Morning Weather HeadlinesA very cold day ahead of our first likely snowfall of the fall season. Today temps start off in the 20s and 30s and boy oh boy does it feel like it.
New Jersey Teen Missing For 2 Weeks Found Safe In PhiladelphiaSources tell CBS Philly 15-year-old Thomas Kolding, of Mountain Lakes, was staying in a tent in Southwest Philadelphia when he was spotted.
Police: Alleged Drunk Driver Says He 'Drank Too Much Because The Jets Suck'A New Jersey man police say had too much to drink before getting behind the wheel of a car says the New York Jets' recent woes are to blame.
Kosherfest Is Putting A New Spin On The Jewish Food IndustryWith more than 420 booths and over 7,000 visitors from 21 countries, it's the world's largest kosher-certified products trade show in the world.
More Than 20,000 Drunk Driving Conviction Could Be Thrown Out In N.J.The state supreme court ruled Tuesday that criminal charges against a police sergeant who operated breathalyzer devices makes the test results inadmissible.