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After bigoted rant, NJ sheriff and 4 underlings resign with $100K pensions
Saudino had been elected to a third term in 2016 as a Democrat, after previously serving as a Republican.
NJ sheriff begs for forgiveness after bigoted rant caught on tape
Gov. Phil Murphy on Thursday called for Sheriff Michael Saudino's resignation.
Sheriff says NJ will let ‘blacks do the f*** they want, smoke their marijuana’
A Democratic sheriff from North Jersey is facing pressure to resign after being caught on tape criticizing marijuana reform in racist terms.
Who the heck voted for Murphy, anyway? Here’s the map
It's a question readers and listeners often raise after hearing about the latest news story involving New Jersey's Democratic governor.
These 24 men tried to have sex with boys and girls, NJ says
They thought they were chatting online with teenage boys and girls — and many of them traveled to Toms River to meet the underage prey for sex, officials say.
Woman accuses Rutgers professor of rape — says semen stain is proof
NEWARK — A woman says she was repeatedly raped by a Rutgers Business School professor on camys and claims the university did little to investigate the allegations, protect her from the accused predator and shield her from retaliation by his supporters...
NJ teacher charged with trying to meet 14-year-old for sex
A Camden County elementary school teacher has been charged with trying to meet up with a 14-year-old girl for sex.
NJ man admits paying bribe to get visas in Dominican Republic
A 37-year-old man from Teaneck admitted bribing a U.S. State Department employee in order to obtain visas that would have allowed people in the Dominican Republic to travel to the United States.
Alligator found in Old Bridge by man walking dog
Here's something you don't see every day in Central Jersey.
NJ student punished for calling fictional cop ‘pig’ allowed to sue
School officials said the 17-year-old student violated the Hackettstown anti-bullying policy when she used the anti-cop slur in class.