New Jersey State Police Honor Troopers Who Deactivated Improvised Explosive DevicesA pair of New Jersey state troopers were honored Thursday for their actions during a terrorist attack.
Software Glitch Causes Traffic Light Trouble Across New York CityOfficials urged caution when both driving and walking in the city until the issue is resolved.
Weehawken Joins Leonia In Closing Its Side Streets To CommutersWeehawken Mayor Richard Turner says, similar to what’s happening in Leonia, traffic apps have put more vehicles on their side streets.
Nearly 9 Pounds of Fentanyl Found Hidden In Wrapped FishNew York police recovered four kilograms -- nearly nine pounds -- of the deadly narcotic fentanyl wrapped inside fish seized from a vehicle in the Bronx last week.
5 Suspected K2 Overdoses Strike New Haven Within An HourA rash of overdoses on what was believed to be K2 struck New Haven, Connecticut Thursday.
New Jersey Still Leads Country For ForeclosuresNew Jersey still has the most foreclosures in the country, but things are improving.
Ban On Out-Of-Town Drivers Using Leonia As Shortcut To GWB Starts MondayBeginning Monday, out-of-towners will no longer be able to drive through Leonia, New Jersey as a shortcut to get to the George Washington Bridge.
Assemblyman Weprin Speaks Out Against Congestion Pricing; Protesters DisagreeDemanding that the subways be fixed, protesters gathered Sunday as a state assemblyman and city councilman declared their opposition to a congestion pricing plan.
NJ TRANSIT Vote On Buying Land In Hoboken Pulled From AgendaAfter the controversial decision to reschedule its board meeting on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, NJ TRANSIT's board of directors didn't have enough votes to support purchasing the site.
Volunteers Turn Out To Fight Hunger For Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. DayWith Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day coming up on Monday, many volunteers hit the streets this weekend to honor the civil rights leader.
Upper Saddle River, N.J. Man Indicted For Third Time In Child Sex CaseA New Jersey man has been indicted for a third time on the same child sex charges.
New Jersey Traffic Deaths Up For Third Straight Year In 2017In a disturbing trend, traffic deaths in New Jersey were up for a third straight year in 2017.