Gov. Phil Murphy Signs Law Requiring All Police Officers To Wear Body Cameras In New JerseyAbout 12,000 officers in the state wear them now, but that's just a third of the state's police force.
New York City, New Jersey Working On Ways To Shorten COVID-19 Testing LinesWith growing demand for COVID-19 testing, there has been growing frustration over long lines.
New Jersey Coronavirus: New Restrictions Take Effect For Outdoor GatheringsNew Jersey is taking more steps to slow down a second wave of coronavirus as we head into the holidays.
Newark Facing New Restrictions, Partial Curfew In Bid To Slow COVID SpreadMore restrictions are going into place to fight the surge in COVID-19, and more could soon be on the way.
Gov. Murphy Says New Jersey Could Receive First Doses Of COVID Vaccine By Christmas If ApprovedWith the vaccine seemingly around the corner, many officials are warning that now is not the time to let your guard down, but to double down on your safety efforts.
Gov. Murphy Signs Daniel’s Law After Son Of Judge Esther Salas Killed In Home AmbushDaniel's Law protects judges' personal information from being posted online. It's named after Judge Esther Salas's son, who was shot to death in an ambush at their home.
Coronavirus In New Jersey: Restrictions Loom As State Reports More Than 4,500 New COVID Cases; Gov. Murphy: 'If We See Transmission, We Will Get At It'More than 4,500 new coronavirus cases were reported across New Jersey on Thursday, meaning more restrictions could be on the horizon as we enter the holiday season.
COVID-19 In New Jersey: Irvington Mayor Considering Stay-At-Home Order, Working With Neighboring Cities On Shutdown PlanDr. Perry Halkitis, dean of Rutgers School of Public Health, says it is going to be difficult to change human behavior and family traditions for the holidays, but it is a must.
New Jersey Officials Ramping Up Infrastructure Projects To Boost Operations At Seaport, Benefit DriversThe port is the second busiest in the nation, behind the port of Los Angeles.
COVID-19 Angst: Tempers Flare As Nervous Residents Wait Long Hours For Tests In NewarkNew Jersey reported more than 4,000 cases of coronavirus again Tuesday as the state combats the second wave. And, as CBS2 found out, some people are having trouble getting a test.
COVID In Tri-State: Governors Concerned About Thanksgiving Becoming Super-Spreader EventOfficials urge everyone to do their part and skip the gatherings this year.
COVID In NJ: Gov. Murphy Announces New Restrictions For Indoor And Outdoor Gatherings As State's Cases SoarNew Jersey is cracking down on crowds, following a weekend of record-setting coronavirus numbers.
New Jersey Reports Record Number Of New Coronavirus Cases For 2nd Day In A RowOn Sunday, Gov. Phil Murphy said there were more than 4,500 new cases and that the state has not seen numbers like that since the start of the pandemic.
Tighter COVID-19 Restrictions Go Into Effect Across New Jersey As Cases Continue To ClimbStarting Thursday, across the state, bars and restaurants must close their indoor service by 10 p.m. Outdoor dining and takeout can continue after that.
Mayor Baraka Says Coronavirus Positivity Rate In Newark Is Even Worse In Specific AreasThe city of Newark is enacting more restrictions as it fights a soaring 19% coronavirus positivity rate.