Mayor De Blasio To Furlough Himself And His Staff For Week To Combat Budget CrisisThe mainly symbolic move is expected to save $860,000.
Mail-In Ballots In N.J. To Include Amendment Question On Whether Or Not To Legalize Recreational MarijuanaThe presidential election is just 49 days away, but voters in New Jersey have something else on the ballot -- the legalization of recreational marijuana.
Former New Jersey Police Officer-Turned Fitness Instructor Says Practicing Yoga Likely 'Saved My Life'A former New Jersey police found yoga after leaving the force and believes it could help officers still on the job keep calm even in high-stress situations.
Drivers Questioning Safety Of Overpass After Concrete Falls On Route 208 South In Fair Lawn, N.J.It's a scary example of crumbling infrastructure.
Steelers Hold Sign, Many Giants Kneel For National AnthemAt least 19 New York Giants players knelt during the playing of the national anthem Monday night.
Synagogue Prepares To Live Stream Services For Rosh Hashanah As Families Plan Smaller Gatherings Due To CoronavirusThe high holidays on the Jewish calendar are approaching with Rosh Hashanah beginning Friday, but the coronavirus pandemic means services will look very different.
2 Killed, 6 Hurt In Shooting At Home Near Rutgers Off-Campus Housing; No Students Involved, Investigators SayNo students were hurt or involved in the shooting, according the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office.
CBS2 Weather Headlines: Cloudy And Mild Sunday Night, Chance Of Showers OvernightA cold front moving through the region will bring just the slightest chance for showers, but we're not expecting a soggy evening.
Double Whammy For New Jersey Drivers Starts With Toll Hikes In Effect SundayThe state approved the increases in May over objections of residents who criticized the timing during the coronavirus pandemic.
New Jersey Turnpike, Garden State Parkway Tolls Increase SundayThe toll hikes will continue beyond this year.
Man Arrested In Fatal Hit-And-Run In Bayonne, New JerseyProsecutors say 50-year-old James Nichols struck a man who was trying to cross Avenue C then sped away.
United Federation Of Teachers President Blasts NYC After 22 School Staff Members Test Positive For COVID-19: 'We're Doing Our Jobs, You Do Yours'The DOE insists this is the safest major city to reopen schools and will not open if the infection rate goes above 3%.
New Jersey Residents Set To Vote On Amendment Legalizing Recreational MarijuanaIn addition to voting for president, U.S. Senate and House, New Jerseyans will also decide whether to amend the state constitution to permit those 21 and older to use marijuana.
9/11 Remembered: Tribute In Light Illuminates City Skyline As New Yorkers Honor Those Lost 19 Years AgoIt was canceled in August because the 9/11 Memorial and Museum had concerns it would put the production crew's health at risk, but Gov. Andrew Cuomo and others stepped in, ensuring coronavirus safety measures.
Long Lines, Chaos Persist At New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission; Officials Say More Online Services Will Relieve BacklogIf you need a new license in New Jersey, be prepared to wait. The line at the Motor Vehicle Commission in Wayne snaked through the parking lot Friday. Hundreds arrived before dawn.