New Jersey 101.5 News — Flash Briefing for Oct. 4 (afternoon)
A Mercer County man has been jailed on charges he left his 2-year-old son to die after a crash that occurred as he fled from a Bucks County-area Walmart after allegedly stealing television speakers.
Gov. Chris Christie said he doesn’t oppose a federal proposal to eliminate the state and local tax deduction Wednesday, the same day a report from a liberal think tank warned the tax plan would mean a tax hike for more than one-fourth of New Jersey taxpayers.
Officials at the Cape May County Zoo are monitoring the two remaining snow leopards after one of the cubs suddenly died this week.
A fourth-grader told police she and an adult relative were approached while walking to school Tuesday morning by a woman in a car.
A woman was fatally struck by a train on NJ Transit’s Raritan Valley Line late Tuesday night, the third person to be killed by a train in the past seven days.
Instead making of political references, Bruce Springsteen was intent on honoring a late peer to start his Broadway run.
The Las Vegas gunman's girlfriend is back in the United States after a weeks-long trip abroad. Marilou Danley will be at the center of the investigation.
Photos leaked from inside the suite used by Stephen Paddock to rain down death on a crowd of concertgoers seem to confirm he had modified his semi-automatic rifles to fire like a machine gun, using what's called a bump stock — legal to be sold in New Jersey.
A Central Jersey school bus driver is out of a job after video was taken of her reading text messages while driving students.