Lacrosse season canceled after player accused of racial slur
Interim Haddonfield School District Superintendent David T. Lindenmuth issued a statement saying the season was canceled effective immediately and that there was "no room for hate of any kind" in the district.
Black bear devours 2 dozen cupcakes left in baker’s car
Police said it looks like the bear has done some other damage in the area and breaking into a car raises concern.
Trump gives freed Americans flag-waving, wee-hours welcome
President Donald Trump called it a "great honor" to welcome the men to the U.S., but said "the true honor is going to be if we have a victory in getting rid of nuclear weapons."
Woman, angry at utility worker, leaves him suspended in lift
A 59-year-old woman turned off the workers truck while he was up in his truck's lift, stranding him in midair.
Murphy signs law allowing college aid for unauthorized immigrants
In-state financial aid for hundreds of New Jersey students without legal status could now be within reach, thanks to a new law Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy enacted Wednesday.
NY attorney general Schneiderman resigns after 4 women accuse him of abuse
In accounts published in The New Yorker on Monday, the women described being violently slapped and choked, verbally abused and threatened by Eric Schneiderman.
Parents complain after NJ School lets everyone join cheer squad
After a parent complained about their child not making the cheerleading team, Hanover Park High School threatened to disband the whole squad.
11 More Penn State frat members head to trial over pledge death
All 11 face at least one count of hazing and at least one alcohol-related charge for the events that occurred the night in February 2017, when Tim Piazza suffered a series of falls and was badly injured inside the fraternity house at Penn State.
Murphy signs law that gets around federal cap on tax deduction
Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law a bill to soften the effect of the federal tax overhaul's cap on state and local tax deductions.
Jersey City mayor and Poland in Twitter war over gruesome statue
The proposed removal of a statue in New Jersey honoring victims of a 1940 Soviet massacre of Poles has sparked a cross-Atlantic war of words.