Artie Lange's funniest Stern moment involves Kathy Griffin
This upset Griffin who asks, "Does he have to be here?!"
'You drive like s#!t!' — Driver busted after NJ road rage tirade
Pasquale Dangelantonio was charged with harassment and criminal mischief.
Try this simple New Jersey lunch!
Anyone can make this at home! Then close your eyes and pretend you're in Italy.
Deadly accident: Man found under his own lawn tractor in stream
Police were called to the Blairstown home after a woman heard her neighbor screaming.
A thank you for my son with autism to kind strangers
When he's old enough to understand and the therapies have brought him along, I will tell my son this story and make sure he pays it forward.
How I spent my summer vacation
The vacation we just took was all right here in New Jersey.
Old Farmer’s Almanac forecasts less snowfall in NJ this winter
Some will hope the forecast is correct, others may think we're missing out.
Firefighter falls though floor during Mount Ephraim fire
The firefighter refused treatment after being pulled out.
Rt. 495 project's 1st day went well. Don't be fooled.
The DOT said people took their advice to find alternatives to the Lincoln Tunnel but not warned the end of summer will still bring heavy delays.
Well, at least it'll be nice weather while you sit in traffic
On the first workday commute since long-term lane closures went into effect on the Route 495 approach to the Lincoln Tunnel, there are a few clouds in the sky, but no trace of rain.
Pope on sex abuse: 'We showed no care for the little ones'
In a letter released Monday Pope Francis begged forgiveness for the pain suffered by victims and said lay Catholics must be involved in any effort to root out abuse and cover-up.
Gretchen Carlson to Miss America: I did not bully you
Miss America Chair Gretchen Carlson admitted it was a tough year for current titleholder Cara Mund but denied her allegations that she was silenced or bullied.
Jersey Shore Report for Monday, August 20, 2018
Check the latest weather and surf conditions and forecasts for New Jersey's beaches, boardwalks, and bays.
Name changed, but NJ epilepsy group's mission is the same
For 48 years they were an affiliate of the National Epilepsy Foundation, but as of July, a group now rebranded as Epilepsy Services of New Jersey is setting out on its own.
Are they just forgetful — or is it dementia?
If you think your elderly parent has dementia, this is what you need to do right away.
'Man traps' & armed cops — How NJ schools are keeping kids safe
Heading into the 2018-2019 academic year, schools throughout the Garden State are upping their security game to ensure they're not the next site of a horrific tragedy.
Express bus lane, and crossing guards, to help 495/Lincoln jams
The $90 million reconstruction project on the Interstate 495 bridge, the road leading into the Lincoln Tunnel from the Turnpike, officially began Friday night
'If you drive high, you get DUI' — new traffic campaign in NJ
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announces a new campaign that builds on the "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign to combat drug-impaired driving.
Back to school: Now's the time to get kids ready to wake early
As September and back to school grows ever nearer, an expert advises parents about putting their children on the right track, sleep-wise.
You pay fees to boost 911 services. That's not where most goes
Federal regulator pushing states to stop diverting 911 fees has brought his campaign to the practice’s top culprit, New Jersey.