Newark Launches Investment Fund To Support Black- And Latino-Owned BusinessesThe city of Newark is taking new steps to boost the local economy.
New Jersey Institute Of Technology Dorm Ordered To Quarantine After COVID-19 Found In SewageThe New Jersey Institute of Technology says a wastewater sample tested positive last week for Cypress Hall.
Schools: The New Normal | New Jersey Schools Adjust Curriculums While Adapting To Constraints Of Virtual LearningIn middle and high school, there's no question that hands-on learning from a child's living room will be hard.
Driver Caught On Camera Pulling Dangerous Stunts Near Crowd In NewarkPolice say hundreds of vehicles gathered for a so-called "takeover" car meet.
Newark Police Detective Dies From COVID-19 ComplicationsHe leaves behind a wife and two sons.
Newark Schools Will Be Taught Remotely Until At Least Mid-NovemberThe Board of Education says students will be taught remotely until November, which is the end of the first marking period.
United Passenger Allegedly Made Threatening Comments On Flight To NewarkThe plane was met by Port Authority police after a passenger allegedly made threatening comments during the flight.
Dramatic Video Shows NJ Transit Police Officers Revive Unresponsive Newborn At Newark Penn StationNJ Transit Police released body camera footage of the incident, which took place at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Newark Penn Station.
Newark Mayor Announces Major Progress In Addressing Lead Water CrisisAccording to new test results, the levels have dropped significantly, Mayor Ras Baraka announced Thursday.
Community Street Team, Deescalation Training Credited For Newark's Decreasing Homicide, Violent Crime RatesThe city says its homicide rate in 2019 was the lowest it's been since 1961, and since last year, violent crime and arrests are also down.
Newark Warns Residents To Avoid Areas Prone To FloodingWith thunderstorms in the forecast Saturday, the City of Newark is warning people to avoid streets prone to flooding.
Protesters, Counter-Protesters Clash Near Christopher Columbus Statue In Nutley, N.J. After Newark Removes MonumentDuring a confrontation in front of Nutley's Christopher Columbus statue, the situation got so intense police physically separated the two groups with barriers and their bodies.
Archdiocese Of Newark Churches Reopen For Sunday MassParishes throughout the Archdiocese of Newark reopened today for public Sunday mass. Coronavirus restrictions remain in place to follow state guidelines.
Forgotten Families: Record Number Of Arrests Connected To Housing Scheme Uncovered By CBS2There is a record number of arrests in a housing scheme connected to CBS2's award-winning investigation that uncovered New York City paying bad landlords in New Jersey to take in homeless families, CBS2's Lisa Rozner reported Thursday.
Newark Public Officials Reflect On 1967 Riots Amidst New Protests: 'The City Has Now Begun To Rise From The Ashes'It's been over 50 years since the 1967 Newark riots. Local authorities and public officials are working to make sure the city learns from the past with the current riots against racism and police brutality.