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911 ‘kidnapping’ call on Parkway: Troopers find kids, adults in back of U-Haul truck
State Police stopped the U-Haul truck near the Toms River tolls after getting a 911 call from the vehicle.
Earlier than expected, NJ starts paying 75,000 unemployed after error
State labor officials said this weekend that payments would begin going out to the 75,000 people who had lost their benefits extension.
Man admits brutally raping woman on Burlington City street
A rapist faces 12 years in prison after admitting that he brutally attacked a woman on a Burlington City street.
NJ child-protection agency hired perv who created child porn
A politically connected man who lost his job as an Atlantic City teacher for sleeping with a boy was hired as a child-welfare case worker by the same agency that had investigated him.
South Bound Brook mom charged in slashing-murder of 4-year-old
A mother in Somerset County has been arrested on the charge of murdering her son.
75,000 in NJ unemployment limbo could get paid next week
Nearly 75,000 state residents have been cut off from unemployment benefits that they're due. But state officials say they should start getting payments by next Friday.
Tom Kean Jr. won’t seek re-election to NJ Senate
Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean Jr. said Monday he won't seek re-election this year, two decades after he first came to the Legislature.
NJ teacher dies by suicide at Pompton Lakes High School, cops say
The body of the teacher was discovered Friday night.
Fire rages at Ocean City boardwalk amusement park
Firefighters were battling a fire that erupted Saturday morning on the boardwalk.
New COVID-19 strain in NJ: More contagious, possibly deadlier
Public health officials on Friday confirmed that variant strains of the coronavirus have been confirmed in New Jersey.