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‘Take the call,’ Murphy says as scammers spoof contact tracers
Law enforcement officials are also warning residents to watch out for sophisticated scammers.
NJ animal-cruelty fugitive caught: Puppy remains found in fire pit
A woman who was on the run from animal-cruelty charges stemming from the abuse of stolen puppies was arrested Friday.
Return of NJ’s James Bond Gang? Cops bust 6 in deluxe crime spree
Prosecutors in Bergen County said they've charged six burglars and drug dealers tied to a crime spree reminiscent of the so-called James Bond Gang heists.
Rumson jeweler charged in $260K rip-off of customers
A jewelry store owner has been charged with stealing a quarter-million dollars worth of jewelry from his customers.
NJ gun control measure upheld again by federal judges
New Jersey's ban on large-capacity gun magazines has survived another legal challenge.
Murphy administration allows defiant gym to open, if they follow new rules
Gov. Phil Murphy has given the thumbs up for gyms to fully open starting Sept. 1 — and that includes the gym that's made national headlines for defying the governor.
Bergen County perv sting includes child-porn webmaster suspect
Prosecutors said investigators found more than 32,500 files of child pornography, including graphic images of child rape.
NJ man admits killing mother, leaving body to rot outside pizzeria
A 54-year-old man has pleaded guilty to charges that he killed his mother last year.
NJ continues testing, ignoring guidelines based on Trump’s ‘misinformation’
The governors of New Jersey, New York and Connecticut said Thursday that their states will continue with their COVID-19 testing programs despite new guidelines released by the White House.
Feds might investigate: Ask NJ for data on nursing home COVID-19 deaths
The U.S. Justice Department has requested nursing home-related data from state officials in four Democratic-led states.