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Abolish ICE? Democrats in NJ making millions detaining immigrants
Democratic officials in New Jersey's deepest-blue counties have collected millions of dollars by doing business with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
PSE&G hires investigator to probe power shut-off of woman who died
The state's largest utility company has hired a law firm to conduct an independent investigation into the case of a city woman who died hours after the company shut off her power for non-payment.
77-year-old man charged with giving teen herpes
Santos Torres, 77, is charged with second-degree sexual assault and other offenses.
Plainfield cops defend force against man who was ‘breaking dishes’
Portions of the violent arrest were captured on video by at least one witness, who shared it on Instagram.
NJ mom loses husband, 4 daughters in crash — ‘All gone in blink of eye’
The victims of a car crash in Delaware have been identified as members of the Trinidad family from New Jersey.
NJ woman on oxygen tank dies hours after PSE&G turns off lights
The state's largest power utility is reviewing its records after a 68-year-old woman who depended on an oxygen tank died hours after power to her home was cut off.
NJ man gets $1.6M after lying cops who beat him are sent to prison
The settlement with Marcus Jeter caps a legal saga that resulted in criminal convictions against three police officers, two of whom were sent to prison.
Piscataway man shoved woman out of window — now he’ll rot in prison
Christopher Koller, 41, will be 98 years old by the time he is eligible for parole after the murder of Beth Bezek.
Accused perv masseur could lose license, but no criminal charges in NJ
A massage therapist who admitted to having sex with one client and who was accused of sexually penetrating another woman could lose his license to practice in New Jersey.
Beaches, parks, MVC — What would close next week in NJ shutdown?
If Democrats do not hammer out a deal by the end of Saturday, all non-essential state services will close until a budget is adopted.