Suspect arrested in double homicide in Raritan
A suspect has been arrested in North Brunswick for the murder of two people in Raritan, police say.
World nations approve pact to fight climate change
A landmark climate accord was approved on Saturday requiring that more than 190 countries lower their greenhouse gas emissions. The agreement is seen as an important step in the global effort to stave off the harmful effects of climate change...
Lawsuit: Priest embezzled $1 million for sex with prostitute, drugs, NJ home
On Thursday, a complaint was filed in the Supreme Court of New York against a Catholic priest who allegedly extorted nearly $1 million to pay for drugs, sex with a prostitute and a house in Brick, NJ.
Christie outlines foreign policy, says Iran is biggest threat
Here are some highlights from Gov. Christie's recent interview with the Atlantic.
Ohio State’s Chris Ash tapped as Rutgers’ new football coach
Ohio State defensive coordinator Chris Ash will likely become Rutgers' next football coach, according to reports.
Good Samaritan killed while helping hit-and-run victim
A Good Samaritan was struck and killed on Saturday morning while attempting to help the victim of hit-and-run accident in Hamilton, Mercer County.
Do you know this man? ID a mystery after being hit by car in November
University Hospital in Newark is seeking information about an unidentified male patient who was hospitalized nearly a month ago after being struck by a car.
Pedestrian killed by car in Long Branch
A man was fatally struck by a car in Long Branch on Friday night, police said. NJ.com reported that the pedestrian, who has not been identified, was on Ocean Boulevard when he was struck, according to Long Branch police. Little information was released about the accident, which Public Safety Director Jason Roebuck said happened at 9:57 p...
Pedestrian seriously hurt in Toms River crash
Toms River resident Shaun Nichols, 37, was struck by a car while standing on the highway and rushed to Jersey Shore Medical Center, where he was being treated for serious injuries.
Obama, NJ Planned Parenthood condemn Colorado shootings: “Enough is Enough”
President Obama and Planned Parenthood of New Jersey condemned the killing of three people, including a University of Colorado police officer, a day after a gunman opened fire at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs.