Are NJ roads ready for driverless cars?
In 2017, 624 people lost their lives on New Jersey's roads. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, 94 percent of roadway accidents are caused by human error.
No injuries reported as buildings collapse in Dover fire
The fire was first reported in the basement of Barry's Luncheonette on Monday afternoon and had grown to seven-alarm status by Monday night.
New owners giving iconic Olga's Diner a new life in new location
The original Olga's Diner closed a decade ago, but the owners of a new diner with the same name hope to pay tribute to the iconic spot.
NJ Transit conductor rescued loose dog from train tracks
The crew had all traffic stopped on the Morris & Essex Line after they heard about a dog running around the tracks near the Dover station.
Driver was high when he killed Rutgers student, police say
Colts Neck native Cory Aufiero was killed earlier this month when police say he stumbled into the street and was hit by a passing car in New Brunswick.
Search underway for missing fisherman off Jersey Shore
Somers Point resident Samuel J. DeLarso was last seen on Saturday morning when he told his family he was going crabbing. His truck and phone were found, but there was no sign of the man.
Accused gunmen plead guilty to fatally shooting Asbury Park boy
Karon Council, 19, fired five shots from across the street, killing a 10-year-old boy and wounding the boy's mother in their Asbury Park home.
Loose money orders lead police to man wanted for store burglary
The Stop & Go Food Store in Bordentown was burglarized early on the morning of Oct. 9 with two suspects taking thousands of dollars worth of goods, including money orders, police said.
Are you ALICE? NJ packed with residents who can't afford basics
Many in New Jersey are considered Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed. They are above the poverty line, but struggling to make ends meet on a monthly basis.
Middlesex parents to address carbon dioxide concerns at meeting
Parents from the Mauger School met on Sunday night to prepare their questions for Monday's meeting about concerns over carbon dioxide levels in the school.
Win the Mega Millions jackpot? Don't tell anyone!
A financial planner said the winner's life will change forever and people will come at you looking to separate you from your money.
Salmonella risk leads to massive meat recall
Buddy's Kitchen, Inc. is recalling 212,74 pounds of ready-to-eat pork and chicken products that could be contaminated with Salmonella and Listeria.
Hot coals in MetLife Stadium parking lot torches 7 cars
In both cases the driver parked their car on or near the coals which were still hot during Sunday's Jets game.
Mostly cool, dry week for NJ - watching potential weekend storm
The new week will bring one freezing morning, one warmer day, and one wet day to the Garden State.
Growing caravan of migrants pushes deeper into Mexico
The group's advance has drawn strong criticism from President Donald Trump, who lashed out again Sunday at the Democratic Party over what he apparently sees as a winning issue for Republicans a little over two weeks ahead of midterm elections.
NJ group gives free glasses to those who can't buy them
Think about the number of people in your life who need or use eyeglasses. Now think about what their lives would be without those critical vision aids.
Student loan debt drags on Jersey economy, study finds
Better than 6 in 10 Jersey college grads carry student loan debt, according to a new study done by Monmouth University for New Jersey Realtors.
Woman killed by car was one of three pedestrians hit on NJ roads
A woman was killed crossing Route 35 in Neptune, while a man and woman were seriously injured by a hit-and-run driver in Lacey Township on Sunday morning.
Rats and mold? Isolated confinement at NJ jails called 'horrific'
Newark resident Justice Rountree, who's spent at least five years total in isolation while serving a 23-year prison sentence, said the accommodations are torturous at best.
This ain't your older brother's heroin: Fentanyl fuels NJ deaths
Drug users beware. Overdose deaths spike in Jersey because of a synthetic opioid that's being mixed with other drugs.