Driver Facing Charges In Deadly Hit-And-Run Of Man With Special NeedsA driver accused in the deadly hit-and-run of a man with special needs is expected to face a judge Thursday. Police arrested the man Wednesday, two days after they say he struck the victim and left him to die.
U.S. Navy Sailor From New Jersey Killed In Aircraft Carrier Accident21-year-old Airman Apprentice Joseph Min Naglak was struck by a propeller from a E-2C Hawkeye after securing it to the flight deck of the USS George H.W. Bush on Sept. 17.
New Pilot Program Aims To Tackle Homelessness In New JerseyThere are nearly 1,000 homeless people living in Hudson County, New Jersey according to the County Executive Tom DeGise.
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.
PAY IT FORWARD: New Jersey Mom Volunteers At Same Soup Kitchen She Turned To After Death Of HusbandShe says she remembers being the one in line at the Red Bank non-profit with her children after her husband died of kidney failure at 38-years-old.
Microburst Leaves Hundreds Without Power In Summit, N.J.Microbursts are sudden, intense downward bursts of wind produced by a thunderstorm.
Hopatcong Schools Reopen Following Mold RemovalStudents are finally starting the school year in Hopatcong, New Jersey weeks after mold was discovered in district classrooms.
Thousands Of Runners Take Part In Seaside Heights 5K Two Years After Terror AttackThe Seaside Semper Five on the Jersey Shore has become a symbol of resilience two years after being targeted by a terror bombing. In 2016, the race was cancelled when a bomb placed along the route by the Chelsea bomber detonated early.
‘Fight 4 Autism’ Throwing Free Concert To Benefit Local Families Living With DisorderYou can rock out for a good cause this weekend at a free concert benefiting Fight 4 Autism, a nonprofit dedicated to helping families living with autism.
New Jersey Nonprofit Working To Make Sure No Student Goes HungryMore than 13 million children in the United States go to school hungry, and hunger deprives our kids of more than just food.
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.
47,000 Pounds Of Pork Sausage Recalled, Some Sold In N.Y. And N.J.The USDA’s Food and Safety Inspection Service says the raw sausage links were produced on Aug. 1 and were all sold in 12-ounce packs