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No Bail Increase For Man Charged in Newark Cop’s Death

Bail will not be increased for a Newark man charged in a drive-by shooting that killed an off-duty city police officer.

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Girl, 17, Killed In Newark Triple Shooting

Authorities say a Brooklyn girl died in a triple shooting that left two other teenagers wounded in New Jersey's largest city.

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Two Men Killed in Newark Shootings

Authorities say the shooting deaths of two men gunned down on a Newark street last week was not a "random incident."

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Newark Mayor Helps Another Accident Victim

The mayor of New Jersey's largest city again came upon a life-or-death emergency, but the hero was someone else.

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Haniyyah Barnes (Essex County Prosecutor's Office)
Haniyyah Barnes (Essex County Prosecutor's Office)
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Newark Woman Indicted in Dog-Throwing Traffic Death

A New Jersey woman has been indicted on an animal cruelty charge after being accused of tossing a family's small dog into traffic during a parking dispute, killing the animal.

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Slain Newark police officer William Johnson (Essex County Prosecutor's Office)
Slain Newark police officer William Johnson (Essex County Prosecutor's Office)
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Man Indicted in Newark Police Officer’s Slaying

A Newark man has been indicted on murder charges in the drive-by shooting death of an off-duty city police officer who was shot while buying pizza at a fast-food restaurant.

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Rossi & Trevelise Host Red Carpet Ceremony in Newark [PHOTOS/VIDEO]

Michael Douglas, Mary Higgins Clark, Frank Gifford and Cathy Lee, Eric LeGrand and The Mara Family were among some that traveled into Newark this past Saturday for the 5th annual New Jersey Hall of Fame Gala at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.

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NJ Hall Of Fame 2012 Inductees (Gary Gellman, Gellman Images)
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NJ Hall of Fame to Induct Ten People

Ten outstanding New Jerseyans including actor Michael Douglas, writer Joyce Carol Oates and basketball coach Bob Hurley will be inducted into the state's Hall of Fame on Saturday.

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Elderly Man Killed By NJ Transit Bus in Newark

An elderly Newark man has been struck and killed by a New Jersey Transit bus.

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NJ Giving Pru Financial $210M Tax Credit

Prudential Financial will receive a 10-year state tax credit worth up to $210.8 million to support its plans to
build a new office tower in downtown Newark.

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