Owner Of Mount Vernon Dirt Pile Now Facing Jail TimeJoseph Wallace was sentenced to 90 days in Sussex County jail and fined $58,500 for years of dumping on his property.
NJ Homeowner Hasn't Started To Remove 75-Foot Tall Dirt Pile From Property Despite Court OrderThe state has filed another motion asking to impose fines of more than $100,000 a day to get him to comply.
52-Year-Old Doctor Is A Real-Life 'Carol's Second Act'"I was like, wow, I had the exact same experience that she had in the trailer, where they thought I was a senior attending," said Dr. Herman Morchel of Hackensack University Medical Center
Scientists, Lawmakers Tour Lake Hopatcong With Eyes On Preventing Algae Bloom In 2020An algae bloom on a popular New Jersey lake kept swimmers out of the water over the summer and hurt businesses. Now, there has been call for more funding to make sure it doesn't happen again.
Sticky Situation Near City Hall: Gum Stuck On Elevated Bus Lane SignsPeople are apparently vandalizing overhead bus lane signs high in the sky with gum.
Customs And Border Protection Specialists At JFK Stay Very Busy Enforcing Agriculture RestrictionsTucked away at JFK in a room that looks like some sort of international food market are fruits, vegetables, meats, rice, plants and other items seized within the past 24 hours from travelers.
NJ Senator Wants Moratorium On Sales, Use Of Vaping ProductsMenendez also wants a crackdown on deceptive marketing targeting teens.
NYPD: Kidnapping Victim Says He Was Bound And Beaten For 3 Days In Basement Of Bronx DeliWhen an employee let the officers into the store’s basement, they stumbled upon a 49-year-old man who told police he had been in that basement for three days.
New York City And Nation Mark 18 Years Since 9/11 Terror AttacksA somber ceremony will be held this morning in Lower Manhattan, where the names of those who died that day will be read aloud by family members.
9/11 Memorial And Museum Become Living Link To Future GenerationsEight years after its opening, the 9/11 Memorial and Museum continues its commitment to never forget, to reflect, and honor those impacted by the September 11th attacks.
Komen Connections: Doctor/Survivor Takes To Social Media To Warn Young Women To Get CheckedA local dentist who was diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer in her 20s wants other young woman to hear her story -- and she's using social media to help do that.
4 Generations Of N.J. Family Attend Same Elementary SchoolFor the last century, members of the same Lyndhurst family set out for the same school after Labor Day.
'I Think All New Yorkers Should Be Appalled': Head Of New Office For The Prevention Of Hate Crimes Speaks Out"In this country, you have a right to be a bigot. It's protected. It's what we're seeing now is people being emboldened to act out on that bigotry," Deborah Lauter said.
Hurricane Dorian: New York Sending Elite Rescue Team To Florida Ahead Of StormThe Federal Emergency Management Agency has activated New York Task Force 1 to help with search and rescue efforts in Florida.
Hearing Held For Newark Police Lieutenant Accused Of Murdering WifeAppearing via video conference next to his lawyer, John Formisano answered questions from the judge. He said he understood the charges against him.