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Retaliation against senior? NJ cops could face 5 years in prison
Asbury Park cops accused of retaliating against a police gadfly could spend a minimum of five years in prison if found guilty.
7,500 calls to police, 1,400 arrests — NJ’s most violent schools
Schools in New Jersey placed nearly 7,500 calls to police in the 2017-18 school year resulting in 1,385 arrests.
Something NJ government does right: Delightfully trolling on Twitter
The @NJGov love for New Jersey is undeniable, that's for sure.
NJ graduate student freed from Iran in prisoner swap
Iran on Saturday released a Princeton University graduate student who had been convicted and sentenced to 10 years in prison for supposed espionage.
Drunk mom turns life around but NJ courts won’t clean her record
A Monmouth County woman's fight to clear her record of child abuse charges boiled down the placement of a single comma in the text of the law.
Missing NJ woman likely was choked to death, man’s ex-girlfriend says
A missing township woman was likely strangled by her sometime-boyfriend, the man's ex-girlfriend claims in an interview.
A look inside the renovated Tick Tock Diner — and its new menu
After 11 weeks, the North Jersey institution is open again.
NJ’s new drunk-driving law starts December 2019
New Jersey's new drunk-driving law goes into effect Sunday, Dec. 1.
NJ cop gets slap on wrist in DWI-fixing case, tries to get back pay
Gautheir was suspended without pay in January 2014 after being charged in 2012 with second-degree official misconduct and third-degree witness tampering.
Uber driver had fake ID and was dealing drugs, North Jersey cops say
Police say their suspicions were confirmed after pulling him over on Route 80.