NJ Transit Train Crashes Into Car On Tracks For 2nd Time In 2 Weeks In HackensackThere were approximately 60 passengers and crew members on the train, but no reports of injuries.
NJ TRANSIT Train Crashes Into Car On Tracks In Hackensack; Driver Escapes AliveIncredible photos show the crushed car and firefighters vigorously trying to gain access in front of the stopped train.
Hackensack University Medical Center Participating In National COVID-19 Vaccine TrialDr. Ihor Sawczuk is now on the other side of medicine. This time, he's on a hospital bed, as a patient for a volunteer COVID vaccine trial at Hackensack University Medical Center.
Woman Charged With Assault Following Violent Mask Confrontation Inside New Jersey StaplesHackensack police said Terri Thomas was charged with aggravated assault Tuesday.
Woman Assaulted At N.J. Staples After Asking Customer To Put On Face CoveringInvestigators say it started when a woman who uses a cane asked another customer to put on a face covering.
Medical Experts Cautiously Optimistic With COVID-19 Vaccine Trial UnderwayThe cautious optimism comes as an increase in COVID-19 clusters pop-up in the Tri-State.
Police Arrest Bronx Woman Allegedly Caught Kicking Infant On New Jersey Family's Nanny CamAuthorities said nanny camera footage showed Yeboah hitting, kicking and yanking the child by the arm.
CBS2's John Elliott Celebrates Members Of The Class Of 2020John Elliott introduces us to Karleigh Dillard, a graduate of Hackensack High School
Power Restored For Thousands Of PSE&G Customers After Major Outage In New JerseyThere's no word yet on what caused the outage.
N.J. Pastor Says Virtual Services Create Opportunity For GrowthNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy's executive order allowing indoor gatherings of up to 50 people means churches, synagogues and masques can reopen their doors to congregants. But, many congregations are opting to continue virtual services to keep worshipers safe.
Hackensack Medical Center Doctors Issue Warning: If You're Sick, Come To The Hospital -- It's SafeSome doctors in our area are seeing an alarming number of very sick people showing up to the Emergency Room with various illnesses because of a delay in care.
Medical Professionals Show Support For Protesters With 'White Coats For Black Lives' MovementThey say it's time to recognize racism as a threat to the health and well-being of people of color.
Coronavirus: Hackensack Meridian Looking For Recovered COVID-19 Survivors To Further Treatments For OthersDoctors say patients who recover have high levels of immunity and their blood contains needed antibodies.
Coronavirus Precautions: What’s Being Done To Stop The Spread?The Center for Discovery and Innovation at the Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine is developing a test for patients suspected of having the virus.
American Heart Month: High-Tech Pumps To The RescueThe Impella pump works by drawing blood out of the heart and pushing it into the aorta.