New Jersey Gov. Murphy Announces Indoor Dining Restrictions; 'We Have To Shake Off The Pandemic Fatigue'The news comes as COVID rates are rising across the Garden State and Tri-State Area.
'Let's Work Now To Be More Inclusive': Mother Of Toddler With Limb Difference Says Depiction In 'The Witches' Is HeartbreakingWhen the movie "The Witches" was released, portraying the main character who is missing fingers as evil and scary, it was a punch to the gut.
Gov. Murphy Sounds Alarm In New Jersey, Says Restrictions Could Come Soon If COVID-19 Positivity Rate Doesn't Come DownOn Thursday, Gov. Phil Murphy warned he will take action, following a surge in cases and hospitalizations.
New York City's New Quarantine Travel Rules Begin, New Jersey Adds States To Advisory ListNew Jersey has added new states to its quarantine list and New York set up checkpoints Wednesday, the first day of new travel rules.
2 Dead In Apparent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning In BensonhurstMany of the residents said they had been feeling ill for days, and it looks like they now know why.
Campaign 2020: Rose-Malliotakis Congressional Race Remains Tight And Heated Right Down To Election DayOne of the most contentious congressional races in the country is a swing district that includes Staten Island and parts of southern Brooklyn.
New Jersey's Daily COVID-19 Case Number Rises Above 2,000 For First Time Since MayThe second wave is being linked to private indoor gatherings. The fear is that Halloween parties will lead to more.
Witnesses: Pregnant Woman Shot, Killed In Paterson, New JerseyFriends say a baby boy was successfully delivered at the hospital.
Driver Gets Trapped In Floodwaters, Police Block Off Road In Newark, N.J. As Zeta Remnants Drench Tri-State AreaDrivers are dealing with dangerous conditions as the remnants of Zeta drench the Tri-State Area.
Suspect Shot By Federal Agents In Rockland County Hotel Parking LotThe DEA is saying very little about what went down or why the man was wanted.
COVID Long Haulers Still Suffering Long-Term Effects Of Virus Months LaterAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about one in three hospitalized with COVID will face long-term effects, but even people who didn't feel that sick can still face issues months later.