New Jersey Gun Reform: Gov. Murphy Calls For Mandatory Safety Course, Lock Boxes And Increased Age RequirementsMurphy also proposed additional funding for violence intervention groups, like the Newark Community Street team, and the Gun Violence Research Center at Rutgers University.
Newark Police Officers, Community Members Credited For Bringing Man Attempting Suicide To Safety
1-Year-Old Shot In Head In Newark Survives Emergency Surgery, Family Says; Police Looking For SuspectsPolice said the toddler was an unintended victim in a targeted shooting Monday afternoon.
Road To Reopening: Newark Public Schools Welcome Students Back For In-Person ClassesSchools will operate on a hybrid model, with three days at home and two days in the classroom. 
Newark Public Schools Resume In-Person Learning MondayStudents in Newark have been remote learning for more than a year.
Community Devastated After 7-Year-Old Boy Dies In Newark House Fire: 'It Hurts Real Bad'The flames broke out shortly after 4:30 a.m. on Astor Place near Pennsylvania Avenue.
New FEMA-Run Mass COVID Vaccination Site Opens In NewarkThe site will be open seven days a week, and can vaccinate 6,000 people a day. 
FEMA To Open Mass Vaccination Site In Newark Monday As New Jersey Expands COVID Vaccine EligibilityMurphy said the state is able to offer the vaccine to more groups as a 20% increase in doses from the federal government is expected next week.
Exclusive: Newark Joins Other Major Cities To Establish First National Association Of Community-Based Violence Prevention ProgramsIn collaboration with cities like Chicago, Oakland and Los Angeles, Newark is making a push to change how communities are policed.
Women's History Month: Camelia Valdes Breaks Barriers As First Latina Prosecutor In New Jersey, First Woman To Become Passaic County ProsecutorValdes is also the first lead federal prosecutor of Dominican decent in the United States.
Exclusive: Residents Of Newark Apartment Complex Say Property Owner Isn't Providing Adequate SecurityThe nightmare, residents say, involved doors being left open, strangers sleeping in the building and only one guard on duty to manage two separate entrances.