Exotic Tick Species Arrives In Garden StateIt’s an exotic tick that’s never been seen before in the United States. It was first spotted on a sheep in Hunterdon County, and efforts to wipe it out have failed.
Hunter Who Killed Dog Says He Thought He Was Shooting At CoyoteA tragic mistake in New Jersey claimed the life of a family's pet. A hunter claims he mistook it for a coyote.
All-Day Rain Brings Flooding, Road Closures In Some AreasRain drenched the Tri-State Area throughout the day Wednesday, causing flooding in some areas.
I-78 Off-Ramp Closed In New Jersey After Syrup Truck Flips, Leaves Road StickyA ramp on Interstate 78 was shut down in Hunterdon County, New Jersey late Friday, after a truck spilled syrup all over the roadway.
Prosecutor: More Than $100K Worth Of Smartphones Stolen From NJ AT&T StoreIt happened sometime overnight Monday at the AT&T store in the Shoppes of Flemington on Reaville Avenue.
DOJ Launches Probe After N.J. County Prosecutor's Claims About Christie DonorFederal investigators on Thursday were looking into a former county prosecutor's allegation in a lawsuit that he was fired because he complained about the dropping of an indictment that involved a donor to Gov. Chris Christie.
N.J. Rehab Facility Preparing Orphaned West Milford Bear Cubs For The WildBy human standards, the three bear cubs were having the worst week of their life. They were orphaned on Tuesday when their mother was euthanized for breaking into a West Milford home.
'Pills To Heroin' Film Aims To Prevent Students From Becoming AddictedHeroin is no longer a problem in the dark alleys of urban areas. It has spread to the cul-de-sacs of suburbia.
Newark Archbishop Under Fire Over Plans For Pricey Addition To Retirement HomeArchbishop John J. Myers greeted congregants on Sunday, as a few demonstrators stood on the sidewalk outside of the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart.
Christie Tells 3-Year-Old Boy At Town Hall He's Tired Of 'This Damn Snow'New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie spoke his mind this week as he answered a question from a 3-year-old boy at a Hunterdon County town hall meeting, saying he was “ready to get rid of this damn snow.”
$1 Million Bond For N.J. Man Accused Of Killing AcquaintanceBail has been set at $1 million for northern New Jersey man, who allegedly killed an acquaintance from Raritan Township whose body was found in his own townhouse.
Firefighter With N.J. Forest Service Killed During Controlled BurnThe firefighter was from Hunterdon County, New Jersey's Department of Environmental Protection said.