Hoboken to require restrooms to be gender neutral
Mayor Ravi Bhalla signed the order Wednesday at City Hall.
Second rare tick turns up in New Jersey
The Longhorned tick was found on a white-tailed deer on April 19, a year after the East Asian tick was found on a sheep.
NJ boy killed by truck 5 days after moving to U.S.
The boy's mother was cleaning out their new apartment while he rode around his new neighborhood.
Take Your Child to Work Day at New Jersey 101.5
Parents at countless companies and agencies across the country brought their children to work on Thursday for Take Your Child to Work Day.
Bill Cosby found guilty of sexual assault, curses at prosecutor
Cosby could get up to 10 years in prison on each of the counts.
NJ man wearing gun shirt arrested in Vermont college threat
The threat was found written on a white board but Vermont State Police did not disclose the exact message.
Duck returns every year to NJ school to raise ducklings
A mother duck has made an annual tradition of walking her baby ducklings to safety through the hallways of Woods road School in Hillsborough.
Sheds in the middle of Route 78 stop traffic
State Police are investigating why the sheds fell onto the eastbound lanes of Route 78.
Giants should let Flowers bloom
The New York Giants are reportedly trying to trade offensive tackle Ereck Flowers, who was drafted with the overall ninth pick in the NFL draft in 2015.
Baby in suitcase: Battered mom took month to report disappearance
Te’Myah Plummer's mother said she didn't ask too many questions of her father because she was afraid of getting hurt.
Why New Jersey's economy barely depends on guns
New Jersey is the second-least dependent state on the gun industry, according to a new report.
Ex-commissioner apologizes, sort of, for her roadside tirade
In her statement of apology, Caren Turner called upon Tenafly Police to "review best practices with respect to tone and de-escalation."
NJ seeks balance on medical pot if program booms as expected
State officials appear more worried about an oversupply leaking into the black market than about supply shortages for new medical marijuana patients.
Get Rid of Incumbent Politicians — or we're stuck with high taxes
Make the politicians afraid. And nothing makes them more afraid than the threat of losing their jobs.
One killed when teen drives into oncoming traffic, police say
The 17-year-old hit an SUV carrying five people on Raritan Street in Sayreville, according to police.
#SpeakingMillennial fights against addiction
The latest podcast episode features CFC Loud N Clear, an organization dedicated to direct involvement with people and families battling addiction.
A flip-flopping forecast for NJ: Dry Thursday, wet Friday
The weekend looks mostly pleasant too, but the chance of rain has increased for the Garden State.
Middlesex wants to end mental illness stigma
Middlesex County is launching a campaign to help eliminate the stigma associated with mental illness and addiction.
Meet the NJ councilwoman who's also an NFL cheerleader
Lifetime South Jersey resident Dana Pasqualone is a member of the Washington Township governing body, and is starting her second year with the Philadelphia Eagles cheer leading team.
Should Jersey Shore town allow dogs on the boardwalk?
It looks like a proposal to let pooches onto the boardwalk of one Jersey Shore town is gonna get shelved