Head Of University Hospital Says New Jersey's Second Wave Is Here: 'This Is About To Get Worse'As the Tri-State Area sees a concerning rise in coronavirus cases, local experts are warning: Don't let the second wave become a tsunami.
N.J.'s Coronavirus Infection Rate Enough To Qualify For Tri-State's Travel Advisory List, But Commuters Not Required To QuarantineAs the numbers rise, New Jersey is in danger of qualifying for the Tri-State's quarantine travel advisory list, which 38 states outside New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are on.
Chris Christie's Bout With COVID A Stark Reminder Of The Dangers Of Letting Your Guard DownChristie said he wasn't careful for just a short period and it almost cost him his life.
Gov. Murphy Releases $100 Million In CARES Act Funding To Aid New Jersey Small Businesses Ravaged By PandemicThere is more relief coming for small businesses in the Garden State.
Former Mahwah, N.J. High School Football Player Killed In Shooting Near Ohio State University CampusChase Meola was a standout on Mahwah High School's football team five years ago.
NYPD Searching For Bronx Gunman Who Opened Fire On Man In CarSurveillance video shows the suspect fired multiple rounds at the victim, 26, who was sitting in a parked car.
Daily COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations Surging In New JerseyStatewide, cases are rising. Thursday, New Jersey saw the highest number of new cases since May.
Gov. Murphy: Targeted Shutdowns 'On The Table' In Some Troubling New Jersey COVID-19 Hot SpotsAfter flattening the curve for months, the Garden State is seeing the highest number of cases since the spring.
NYC Board Of Elections Looking Into Absentee Ballot ErrorsWith just five weeks to go until Election Day, a mass error sent thousands of mixed-up ballots and return envelopes to voters in Brooklyn.
Lawmakers Unveil Legislation To Protect Federal Judges, Months After Gunman Shot And Killed Judge Esther Salas's Son In New JerseyJudge Esther Salas believes her home was targeted because of her position as a judge. She said the killer was able to find her personal information online.
Former Clerk To Ruth Bader Ginsburg Recalls Late Supreme Court Justice's Fight For EqualityRuth Bader Ginsburg was a legal giant and a fierce champion of equality. But, she still made time to be a mentor to those who worked by her side.
New Report Says COVID Pandemic Is 'The Largest Mass Fatality Incident In Modern New York City History'The report from the mayor's office also said the number of deaths in the city skyrocketed in the last year, with more than 65,000 deaths reported in fiscal year 2020.
Mail-In Ballots In N.J. To Include Amendment Question On Whether Or Not To Legalize Recreational MarijuanaThe presidential election is just 49 days away, but voters in New Jersey have something else on the ballot -- the legalization of recreational marijuana.
Synagogue Prepares To Live Stream Services For Rosh Hashanah As Families Plan Smaller Gatherings Due To CoronavirusThe high holidays on the Jewish calendar are approaching with Rosh Hashanah beginning Friday, but the coronavirus pandemic means services will look very different.
Long Lines, Chaos Persist At New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission; Officials Say More Online Services Will Relieve BacklogIf you need a new license in New Jersey, be prepared to wait. The line at the Motor Vehicle Commission in Wayne snaked through the parking lot Friday. Hundreds arrived before dawn.