This emergency brake is why NJ Transit is taking trains offline
As NJ Transit scrambles to install Positive Train Control, more service disruptions, and a fare decrease are announced.
Predictions of traffic jams at the Lincoln Tunnel did not happen
As construction work continues, it's so far so good on the elevated stretch of road leading into the Lincoln Tunnel
NJ colleges and universities competing for Election Day signups
How do you get more young adults registered to vote? Make it a competition.
College credit by exam is much cheaper — many NJ schools allow it
It's considered one of higher education's best-kept secrets, but we're here to fill you in.
NJ utilities may get power to chop trees — like it or not
A bill advancing in the Legislature would give electric utilities wide latitude to trim or remove vegetation, even if local shade tree commissions object.
Elizabeth couple left elderly dog to die on a chain, cops say
The dog was found in the yard of an Elizabeth home with matted fur and bug bites. At the animal shelter it was found to have cancer and arthritis.
Missing dog who loved the beach gets final resting place on Shore
When golden retriever Jersey jumped off the Finetto family boat over Memorial Day weekend a massive search turned up no signs of her until her body was found last week.
NJ sheriff begs for forgiveness after bigoted rant caught on tape
Gov. Phil Murphy on Thursday called for Sheriff Michael Saudino's resignation.
Despite glitch, FanDuel says it will pay thousands to winners
The company initially refused to pay the bet placed at its sports book at the Meadowlands Racetrack, saying it isn't obligated to pay for obvious errors.
South Jersey neighborhood alligator still on the loose
A big turkey could be one way to capture an alligator that remained on the run Thursday in Mullica on Thursday.
Sheriff: NJ to let 'blacks do whatever the f*** they want'
A Democratic sheriff from North Jersey is facing pressure to resign after being caught on tape criticizing marijuana reform in racist terms.
Swimming crooks stole from NJ sub that someone flooded — cops
The USS Ling, which has been closed to the public since 2015, has been vandalized multiple times since August, including taking on water and having items stolen.
Jersey's under Pumpkin Spice plague: here's what you've seen
Pumpkin Spice in coffee? Okay. Pumpkin Spice Cheerios and pasta? It's gone too far. You sent us photos of Pumpkin Spice madness reaching new heights in NJ.
3 killed in shooting at Maryland Rite Aid center, police say
The attack came nearly three months after a man armed with a shotgun attacked a newspaper office in Annapolis, Maryland, killing five staff members.
NJ Transit cutting 18 trains — and reducing fares, too
The schedule changes take effect on October 14 and will last for three months while the fare discount will be applied starting in November.
Some Rider residence halls evacuated after gas main struck
Students are back in their dorms, but traffic on Route 206 will be slow during the Thursday morning commute.
Dog the Bounty Hunter joins hunt for Maple Shade fugitive
Duane Chapman said a friend of Shawn Christy's family hired him and that he has a "hot lead" to help bring him in after he eluded capture all summer.
Feels like early fall Thursday, still question marks for weekend
It looks like New Jersey will fall back into an unsettled, cloudy, wet weather pattern as autumn begins this weekend.
Jersey Shore Report for Thursday, September 20, 2018
Check the latest weather and surf conditions and forecasts for New Jersey's beaches, boardwalks, and bays.
Medical marijuana tax to phase out over a few years, Sweeney says
Senate President Steve Sweeney worries a marijuana tax that's too high won't deter the black market. He says it'll take years to phase out a tax on medical pot.