Umbrellas up! Periods of heavy rain, possible flooding Thursday
It's going to be a soggy Spring day, with both flash flooding and coastal flooding on the table.
Tick, Lyme problem worsening in New Jersey, experts say
But only one county has a surveillance program in place for these disease-carrying pests.
Closing schools, dying towns: Aid cuts in focus at budget hearing
School aid changes made last year to help underfunded districts have a flip side: Some lose funding, and they turned out in force at the first budget hearing.
Gov. Murphy continues push for new way to support startups
The New Jersey Innovation Evergreen Fund, Murphy said, partners potential startup businesses with firms that believe in those businesses.
Most Americans not on board with self-driving vehicles
71 percent of Americans are still afraid to ride in fully self-driving vehicles.
The calendar says spring but flu is still making New Jersey sick
And a new strain of flu seems to be spreading.
The last time the Giants traded a wide receiver to Cleveland
This is not the first time the Giants made this move, and it worked out pretty well last time.
Immigrant fugitives wanted on murder, violent charges found in NJ
ICE announced the arrests and deportations on Tuesday, a day after New Jersey's sanctuary state rules went into effect.
NJ military projects could be cut to fund Trump wall
Congress passed a bill that would have stopped the emergency order that Trump vetoed on Friday but an override vote is scheduled for Tuesday.
Route 22 lanes in Hillside/Newark to remain closed
Commuters can expect delays on Route 22, Route 78 and the Garden State Parkway because of the work.
Hit-and-run driver fixed Jeep after killing teacher, cops say
Authorities announced the arrest of a Linden man, 2 months after a hit and run that left a 35-year-old woman dead. Police said he told his boss he hit a deer.
NJ man admits using neighbor's Wi-Fi to access child porn
A Union Beach man has admitted using his neighbor's Wi-Fi network to download and distribute child pornography.
Think that doggie is a rescue? 'Puppy laundering' ring tied to NJ
About two dozen dogs sent to New Jersey from a rescue group were really from a for-profit breeder, according to a lawsuit filed by Iowa's Attorney General.
NJ school didn't call cops on rape-accused coach, prosecutor says
A New Brunswick Middle School assistant basketball coach and paraprofessional has been charged with raping a 13-year-old girl on school grounds.
Megamansion bigger than Mar-a-Lago planned for Montclair
The huge new mansion will be 60,000 square feet
See how often DWI suspect mentions his law enforcement status
For as many times as he mentioned he was the warden of the Essex County Correctional Facility, I'd say Charles Green knew he was in trouble.