Health Experts: Don't Give In To Pressure To Host Or Attend In-Person Thanksgiving DinnersThe Centers for Disease Control and other health organizations are warning against travel this Thanksgiving during the coronavirus pandemic.
New York City, New Jersey Working On Ways To Shorten COVID-19 Testing LinesWith growing demand for COVID-19 testing, there has been growing frustration over long lines.
New Jersey Coronavirus: New Restrictions Take Effect For Outdoor GatheringsNew Jersey is taking more steps to slow down a second wave of coronavirus as we head into the holidays.
Tri-State Area Officials Sound Alarms As Coronavirus Shutdowns Likely To Impact Holiday SeasonCoronavirus cases are sharply increasing across the U.S. and elected officials in the Tri-State say new restrictions are needed to stop the spread.
New Jersey Teen Suffers Eye Injury In Drive-By Paintball ShootingWayne Police say four boys were walking on the sidewalk near the food court when a passenger in a passing vehicle fired multiple shots from a paintball gun at them from close range.
Over 100 Volunteers Hand Out 2,500 Thanksgiving Meals To Families In Need In New JerseyThis year, the Food Bank is on track to give out more than 80 million meals, the most ever in its 45-year history.
Newark Facing New Restrictions, Partial Curfew In Bid To Slow COVID SpreadMore restrictions are going into place to fight the surge in COVID-19, and more could soon be on the way.
New Twists On Holiday Traditions Help Make Spirits Bright Despite Pandemic RestrictionsCreative ideas are paving the way this holiday season.
Gov. Murphy Says New Jersey Could Receive First Doses Of COVID Vaccine By Christmas If ApprovedWith the vaccine seemingly around the corner, many officials are warning that now is not the time to let your guard down, but to double down on your safety efforts.
Preparing Thanksgiving Dinner For The First Time? Chef Karan Fischer Has Some AdviceWhen it comes to turkey, if you're cooking for yourself or a group of four or under, you don't need a whole bird. Chef Karan Fischer says go for a turkey breast.
Gov. Murphy Signs Daniel’s Law After Son Of Judge Esther Salas Killed In Home AmbushDaniel's Law protects judges' personal information from being posted online. It's named after Judge Esther Salas's son, who was shot to death in an ambush at their home.
Eagle Scout James Borg Helps Uncover Forgotten Veterans Cemetery In Hazlet, N.J.A forgotten veterans cemetery in Monmouth County has been discovered and honored by an Eagle Scout project, with the help of a Navy SEAL.
Coronavirus In New Jersey: Restrictions Loom As State Reports More Than 4,500 New COVID Cases; Gov. Murphy: 'If We See Transmission, We Will Get At It'More than 4,500 new coronavirus cases were reported across New Jersey on Thursday, meaning more restrictions could be on the horizon as we enter the holiday season.
CDC Issues Warning, Guidelines For Thanksgiving TravelersThanksgiving is one of the busiest travel times of the year. This year, the CDC is asking people to pump the brakes. 
Coronavirus Testing Sites Open In All Jersey City Neighborhoods Ahead Of ThanksgivingJersey City is stepping up efforts to slow the uptick in coronavirus cases ahead of Thanksgiving Day.