NJ teacher suspended after rant against BLM recorded in classroom
The Jersey City teacher was suspended with pay, after being heard cursing at students and saying people were "whining and crying about Black Lives Matter."
NJ ‘Torso Killer’ finally admits to 1974 cold-case teen murders
New Jersey serial killer known as the "Torso Killer" admitted he kidnapped and raped two teenage girls and murdered them in a hotel room a few days later.
‘Real ID’ deadline for air travelers now May 2023 due to COVID-19
The pandemic all but halted an already slow process, issuing Real ID cards that will soon be all but necessary at U.S. airports.
Ex-wrestling coach, NJ teacher is charged with more sex crimes
John Denuto had been a coach for two dozen schools and clubs around the state, according to a list shared by prosecutors.
Pro-Trump candidate for NJ governor denied matching funds for campaign
Phil Rizzo’s application for public matching funds was filed late and did not meet the required spending threshold, according to a commission ruling Thursday.
FDA: ‘Dirty’ factory making J&J vaccine had poorly trained staff
A Maryland facility contracted by Johnson & Johnson didn't follow proper procedures, FDA inspectors found, leading to contamination of millions of raw vaccine doses.
Sense of relief but hesitant to celebrate: NJ residents react to Chauvin verdict
When the verdicts came in — guilty, guilty and guilty — a sense of relief, of accountability served and crisis at least temporarily averted, was palpable across the United States.
WATCH LIVE: Jury convicts cop of George Floyd’s murder
The jury reached a verdict Tuesday at the murder trial of former Officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd.
Man accused of burning murder victim’s body in Plainfield is caught
Months after a Christmas Eve killing of a 42-year-old man, Oscar Rodriguez was nabbed by federal agents near the Mexican border.
NJ waiving mandatory minimum prison terms for all non-violent drug offenses
New Jersey prosecutors must waive mandatory minimum prison terms for non-violent drug offenses, the state attorney general said Monday in a new directive.