New Jersey State Of Emergency Lifted After Snowy Morning Commute, Cleanup UnderwayThe snow was to blame for several early-morning crashes. Route 18 in New Brunswick was closed due to an overturned tractor-trailer.
Elizabeth Landlord Accused Of Sexually Harassing Tenants, Housing Applicants Agrees To $4.5 Million SettlementIt's the largest monetary settlement the Justice Department has ever obtained in a case of alleged sexual harassment in housing.
New Jersey Officials Monitoring Omicron Variant, But Say Delta Is Still A Concern As Travel Picks UpWhile cases in the state have been on the rise in recent weeks, the Delta variant continues to be the concern. But there is a lab in Nutley that has started to turn its attention to Omicron.
Hundreds Of New Jersey Residents Displaced By Ida Still Living In Shelters Without Access To BelongingsMakeshift fencing and plywood locks the Oakwood Plaza Apartments in Elizabeth. Six hundred people were living there when Ida flooded the complex in September, killing four people.
Memorial Service Held For New Jersey Teenager Killed In ShootingSeventeen-year-old Paul Baez was shot and killed Monday on Fulton Street in Elizabeth.
17-Year-Old Killed In Shooting In Elizabeth, New JerseyUnion County prosecutors are asking for information from witnesses. No arrests have been made.
2 New FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers In New JerseyOther disaster recovery centers opened earlier this week in Bergen, Hunterdon and Mercer counties.
Vigil Held For 4 Elizabeth Residents Who Died In Ida FloodingRelatives say one of the victims, 33-year-old Shakia Garrett, tried to save everyone.
Ida In New Jersey: 4 Residents Of Complex Near Elizabeth River Killed By FloodwatersWhen the Elizabeth River crested it sent water about eight to 10 feet high, trapping some people in their ground-floor apartments with nowhere to go.
Acting Gov. Oliver Signs Legislation Revamping New Jersey's Urban Enterprise Zone ProgramAlong with tax breaks, the new law signed Tuesday will provide millions of dollars in funding for business loans and grants.
'They Stole From These Kids': New Jersey Camp For Homeless Children Raising Funds For Bus Repairs After Catalytic Converter Was StolenIt's a steep price tag for a camp that is completely free for families.
Police: 3-Year-Old Fell From Window, Attacked By Dogs Before Death In Elizabeth, NJAccording to police, the boy fell from a window before he was attacked and killed by the family dogs.
LGBTQ+ Mural Vandalized In Elizabeth, N.J., But Activists Say They Will Restore It To Symbolize Subject's ResilienceRed spray paint now covers the face of two murals of the transgender activist Marsha P. Johnson in Elizabeth. CBS2 was with artist Malcolm Rolling when he saw the damage for the first time.
Choking Diner's Life Saved By Six EMTs Who Happen To Be At Same RestaurantA man nearly choked to death inside a New Jersey restaurant, but a group of emergency workers that happened to be at the eatery as well rushed in and saved his life.
Prosecutors Say Elizabeth Landlord Joseph Centanni Coerced Struggling Tenants Into Sexual ActsAuthorities say Centanni, 73, targeted tenants who were homeless, facing eviction or otherwise struggling financially. He would demand sexual acts in exchange for rent reductions, delaying evictions or other financial relief.