Coronavirus Update: NJ Nonprofit Helps First Responders As They Deal With More Calls, New Threats"The first responders are scared. We've never seen anything like this," said Dr. Mark Merlin, founder and CEO of MD-1.
Coronavirus Update: Littering Concerns On The Rise As People Discard Used Gloves, Masks In The StreetsNew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio also sounded the alarm on the latex litter, saying it's not only disgusting, it's dangerous.
Coronavirus Update: How To Safely Remove Disposable GlovesIf you're one of the many people wearing disposable gloves when you're out and about, it's important to know the correct method of taking them off to avoid inadvertently touching part of them which may be contaminated by Covid-19.
Coronavirus Update: Volunteer Ambulance Squad Members Continue To Show Courage, Commitment On Front Lines Of COVID-19 FightWe have so many heroes on the front lines of this fight. Now imagine those devoting their lives to it who aren't getting paid.
Coronavirus Update: N.J. Gov. Murphy Blasts Lack Of Social Distancing, 'Knucklehead Parties,' 'Abhorrent Behavior'Gov. Phil Murphy is not messing around. He's fed up with the lack of common sense by those blatantly breaking orders concerning social distancing.
Coronavirus Update: Amid Pandemic, Treatment Must Continue For Patients With Underlying IllnessesOne doctors says he's seeing some patients skip critical treatments out of fear of contracting the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: NJ Photographer Captures The Silver Lining Of Quarantine LifeDozens of families have taken part in her passion project, which she calls "All Stooped Up."
Coronavirus Update: How Safe Are Essential House Calls?Companies making essential house calls are having workers take extra safety precautions during the public health crisis.
Coronavirus Update: Tips To Protect Your Credit Score While Under Financial StrainAs the bills and the stress pile up during this public health emergency, financial experts are concerned thousands of Americans are also about to launch themselves into a credit crisis.
Coronavirus Update: 30-Year-Old Dies In New Jersey, Thousands In Line For Drive-Thru TestingGov. Phil Murphy predicts the number of cases will jump from nearly 750 into the many thousands as more people are tested.
Coronavirus Update: How New York Shoppers, Parents Deal With The Outbreak PressureAs the nation and New York deal with an ever-increasing public health crisis, the crossroads of the world has become eerily quiet.
Passaic Hopes To Repair And Restore Its Century-Old '100 Steps' StaircaseNicknamed "100 steps," the steps connect two streets in Passaic. They've stood the test of time, but are in need of some TLC.
Sen. Schumer Says He Didn't Threaten Supreme Court Justices: 'I'm From Brooklyn. We Speak In Strong Language'After being accused of making threats against members of the Supreme Court, Sen. Chuck Schumer offered a clarification On Thursday.
Exclusive: NYPD Homeless Outreach Initiative Seeing Increased Staffing, ResultsMore and more nurses are now riding along with officers, hoping to help in a number of ways.
American Flag Flown Throughout Middle East By Soldiers Given As Gift To Long Island SchoolThere was a special surprise Monday for a Long Island middle school.