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Edison woman killed after riding with drunk driver, prosecutor says
Three people were hospitalized after the crash in Highland Park on Friday night.
After daughter killed in Fla., ex-NJ mom’s emotional plea to Trump
One of the 17 victims of the Florida high school shooting massacre was a former New Jersey resident who recently moved south.
‘Mad horny’ teacher made sex tape with student — then NJ hired her
New Jersey lets educators accused of sexual misconduct with students get hired in schools.
NJ cop who ‘frequently’ had sex on duty can’t get job back
A Plainfield police officer fired for having sex in his police car while on duty has lost a years-long battle to get back his job.
NJ principal rape case kept secret by court and school district
The former principal has not been charged with a crime but this is at least the second lawsuit by a former student claiming he sexually abused them as a child. His attorney has denied the allegations.
Man beat infant son so severely that it killed him, cops say
Jose Rojas, 35, told police that his infant son had fallen from his bed, which authorities say was 2 feet above the floor.
11 accused dealers in NJ in big trouble over deadly fentanyl
Fentanyl is far deadlier than heroin and has been blamed for the rising numbers of opioid deaths in New Jersey and across the country.
Life in prison for burning rapper’s body: Con has shot at freedom
Randy K. Manning, now 37, was convicted in 2014 of shooting Rhian Stoute, 33, in an empty house in Englewood.
7th official arrested in growing NJ prison rape scandal
Authorities have charged another corrections officer at the state women’s prison with sexually assaulting inmates.
Crooked Monmouth judge fixed 4,000 tickets to benefit towns
Richard Thompson, 62, of Middletown, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree falsifying records.