New Jersey Residents Upset They Have Not Been Able To Access Public Storage Unit In Scotch Plains Since Ida Struck AreaCBS2 met with some of them who are demanding access to their belongings.
New Jersey's Own Sydney McLaughlin Sets World Record In Winning 400-Meter Hurdles At Tokyo OlympicsIt's not often the women's 400-meter hurdles is the spotlight event of the night.
Election 2020: New Jersey Votes To Legalize Recreational MarijuanaVoters in the Garden State decided Tuesday to legalize recreational marijuana for adults 21 and older through an amendment to the state constitution.
Archdiocese Of Newark Begins Phase One Of Reopening, Welcomes Visitors For Private PrayerThere are some new changes in place that will help people find solace and peace during the coronavirus pandemic.
Westfield, N.J. Teen Takes Initiative To Feed As Many People As He Can During Coronavirus PandemicHe wrote a letter, urging folks in his community to donate food to local pantries and churches, where food is in short supply.
More Than 130 Animals Rescued From Illegal Puppy Mill In New Jersey, Officials SayThe investigation marked the single largest seizure of at-risk animals in Union County since animal cruelty prevention protocols were strengthened in January of 2018.
New Jersey Father Returns From Deployment, Surprises 9-Year-Old Twins At SchoolCpt. Patrick Moore was deployed in southwest Asia for 11 months. It's his third deployment and the second one his kids have had to endure.
A Lesson In Sportsmanship: 12-Year-Old With Down Syndrome Hits 'Home Run'Playing sports is about more than just winning and losing. 
Territorial Turkey Attacks Mailman, Is Spared Due To Government ShutdownA massive turkey is pitting neighbor against neighbor in Scotch Plains. Some say it is terrorizing them. Others say it is a friendly feathered face. 
Family Finds Community In New Jersey After Losing Everything In Puerto RicoA family from Puerto Rico that lost nearly everything in Hurricane Maria will be spending the holidays away from home.
NJ Police Buy 250 Boxes Of Cookies After Neighbor Curses At Girl ScoutsNatalie Skolar, 12, and her 9-year-old sister were selling cookies on their Scotch Plains street when a woman came out of nowhere and started cursing at them.