Birds Getting Badly Burned By New Jersey Landfill FlaresCBS2 has been told it will take the birds two years to recover from the burns and grow their feathers back.
Police: iPhone Theft Suspect Posts Selfie To Victim's InstagramThey say two months ago, the man stole someone's iPhone and then posted a selfie to the victim's Instagram story. 
Future Of Farming: Bowery Takes Urban Agriculture To New HeightsInside the high-tech Bowery Farming greenhouse in Kearny, New Jersey, farm-to-table takes on a whole new meaning.
Men Charged With Sexual Assault In New Jersey Home Invasion, Authorities SayA woman told police the men demanded money, and then sexually assaulted her before stealing her vehicle.
Exclusive: 71-Year-Old Victim Of Kearny Hit-And-Run Speaks To CBS2Sylvia Dumschat, 71, was walking her dog when she was struck from behind around 6 p.m. in Kearny last Friday. 
NJ Man Faces Murder, Other Charges In Death Of Mother Of His Three KidsOfficers found the lifeless body of 46-year-old Luisa Cristina Reyna-Tello with stab wounds inside a Kearny apartment on Monday evening.
No Injuries Reported After Early Morning Fire Damages Home In Kearny, NJThe fire broke out around 1:30 a.m. Tuesday at a house on Laurel Avenue in Kearny.
Kearny Brush Fire Snags NJ TRANSIT ServiceA brush fire in Kearny, New Jersey caused major delays on NJ TRANSIT trains from Penn Station during the evening rush Thursday.
Fire Under Portal Bridge Shuts Down Multiple NJ TRANSIT LinesMultiple NJ TRANSIT lines were suspended during the evening rush Monday due to a fire that broke out under the Portal Bridge over the Hackensack River.
Dry Brush, Gusty Winds Help Spread Brush Fires Near NJ TRANSIT Tracks In HarrisonThe blaze broke out in Newark and Kearny Wednesday afternoon. No injuries were reported, but strong winds were hindering efforts to contain the fire, officials said.
Report: Despite NJ TRANSIT Hurricane Plan, Agency Sustained $100 Million In DamageThe agency's plan called for moving its trains to higher ground before superstorm Sandy hit, raising additional questions about why the agency instead moved locomotives and rail cars to low-lying rail yards.