Police: Drunk School Bus Driver Plows Into Cars, Hydrant, Downs PolesPolice say a school bus driver was drunk and driving with a suspended license when he hit several cars, two traffic poles and a fire hydrant during a 20-minute span Friday morning.
Ready For Green Light? Draft Plan To Legalize Marijuana SetAfter campaign promises, wild speculation and local debate, a plan forward for legal weed in the Garden State now has a formal draft.
N.J. School's Laundry Program Teaching Bullied Kids To Wash And LearnCBS2's Lisa Rozner first spoke with the principal of Newark’s West Side High School last month about his fundraising efforts to help set up a laundry room for underprivileged students.
New Jersey Dinosaur Exhibit's Proposed New Home Draws Opposition"Field Station: Dinosaurs," on display in Overpeck County Park, may be moved to a new spot in the park which is currently home to wetlands and local wildlife.
Police: Mother's Cell Phone Video Helped Catch Alleged GroperPolice in New Jersey say a mother’s cell phone video helped lead to the arrest of a man who groped her daughter.
New Jersey School District Looks To Start Class Before Labor DayWill August be the new September for some New Jersey students? There's a debate in one school district over whether or not to start class before Labor Day.
With Florence On The Way, New Jersey Preps For Hurricane SeasonAs Hurricane Florence barrels towards the Carolinas, residents along the Jersey shore are already preparing for its effects and future storms during hurricane season.
Jersey City Honors 9/11 Victims From Across Hudson RiverDozens gathered Tuesday in Jersey City for the annual 9/11 ceremony on the waterfront. The event centers around a twisted piece of steel from the World Trade Center.
New Jersey Store Opened In 1899 Set To Close Its Doors This FallA 119-year-old fashion institution is shutting its doors at the end of October.
Plans In Place To Build 9/11 EMS Workers Memorial, But Organizers Need Help From The PublicA non-profit first responder group was awarded a 9/11 relic in 2011 by the Port Authority, but it needs funds to properly memorialize it.
Parents Have Mixed Reactions To Teachers Texting Their StudentsMany teachers say they've started texting students to give them assignments or help them with school work, but that's not sitting well with some New Jersey parents.
N.J. Lawmakers Warn: Gateway Tunnel Project Must HappenGarden State lawmakers are calling on the White House to help fund the Gateway Tunnel Project. They're calling the project a critical priority.