Teachers Unions Call For End To Unannounced Active Shooter Drills At SchoolsHow active shooter drills are conducted varies by district. Sometimes students are warned it's just a drill, but often, they're not.
New Jersey Plan For Twisting Road Has Locals At Odds With State PlannersVillage officials say they were blindsided by the state's plan to change a popular road from two-way traffic to one-way for safety reasons.
Lawrence Ray Arraigned, Accused Of Forcing Daughter’s College Friends Into Labor, Prostitution, Extorting $1 MillionProsecutors say they've interviewed 17 people and have seized numerous electronic devices, some of which have sexually explicit images.
Demanding Answers: NJ Company Accused Of Posing As Local Florists NationwideEach time CBS2 searched for a "local florist" -- from Plano, Texas, to West Milford, New Jersey -- Troys Florist was one of the top results.
Patriotism Goes Viral: FedEx Driver Stops To Pick Up N.J. Homeowner's Flag After Pole Is Blown OverAn act of patriotism was caught on camera. A FedEx driver went above an beyond last week to show respect to the American flag.
SUV With 1-Year-Old Girl In Back Seat Repossessed, Towed From East Orange To NewarkThe family admits the car was parked with the engine turned off and the baby girl inside in a car seat.
Transportation Officials: When It Comes To Potholes, A Warm Winter Is Just As Tough On CarsNew Jersey's Department of Transportation said it repaired more than 34,000 potholes last month, up from 20,000 in January of last year despite the lack of snow.
Prosecutors: Father Moved Into Daughter's Dorm At Sarah Lawrence College, Preyed On StudentsOn Tuesday, federal prosecutors laid out a very disturbing case against Lawrence Ray, who was arrested earlier in the morning in Piscataway, N.J.
New Jersey's Portal Bridge OK'd For Federal Funds, But Gateway Project Doesn't Make CutEach project is graded independently based on its unique circumstances and against a series of criteria.
Black History Month: Yogi Berra Museum Honors Negro Leagues With Traveling ExhibitThe Negro Leagues started in 1920 because black players were banned from playing in the major leagues.
3 NJ Men Accused Of Running Opioid Mill In NewarkProsecutors say they've linked the narcotics the men were pushing to 76 overdoses. Of those 76 overdoses, 29 were fatal.