Manhunt On For Serial Tire Slasher Whose Tally Is Up To 150 CarsA serial tire slasher is on the loose in Somerset County, and police say he's hit more than 150 cars on three separate occasions - most recently overnight.
N.J. Officials Tout New App To Fight Opioid Use Via Anonymous TextingA first-of-its-kind app is using technology to fight the opioid epidemic.
Small Airports Worry About Business As Trump Visit Brings Flight RestrictionsMany local businesses said the president's stay in the Garden State will bring in revenue, but others including airports say it will have a negative impact.
Somerset County Equips Search And Rescue Teams With DroneSomerset County is the first county in the nation to equip search and rescue teams with this extra eye in the sky.
Small Business Owners In Rocky Hill, N.J. Say Stalled Bridge Construction Is Costing Them CustomersThe area's main traffic route has been closed since construction began on the Route 518 bridge in July. The $2.75 million state-funded project was shut down days later.
Man Admits To Stealing $135K From 'Dear Friend' Minutes After Her DeathA man in New Jersey admitted to stealing over $135,000 from the retirement account of a woman whose obituary described him as a "dear friend."
Massive Warehouse Fire Rages In Somerset CountyFirefighters are still battling a massive warehouse fire in Somerset County.
Police Catch Vandals That Struck Almost 20 Mailboxes In Somerset CountySo intent on cracking the case, police dispatched an undercover unit to Old Georgetown Road Thursday, where they caught the vandals red-handed.
Officials: Enterovirus D68 Confirmed At Bound Brook High SchoolSymptoms of Enterovirus D68 inlcude cough, runny nose, sneezing and more. They are generally considered to be similar to flu.
Pilot Hurt After Small Plane Crashes In Yard Near Airport In HillsboroughThe plane came down around 10:20 a.m. in a yard off Sunnymeade Road in Hillsborough Township.
'Pills To Heroin' Film Aims To Prevent Students From Becoming AddictedHeroin is no longer a problem in the dark alleys of urban areas. It has spread to the cul-de-sacs of suburbia.
Former TV, Movie Actress Seeks Public Defender To Appeal Conviction For N.J. Fatal DWI Amy Locane-Bovenizer is serving a three-year prison sentence. Somerset County prosecutors argued on Tuesday that she should not be granted a state-funded lawyer because she and her husband are not indigent,