How a 'Godfather' actor became a legend thanks to one line
Richard Castellano died in North Bergen on December 10th, 1988.
Teen killed, 11-year-old hospitalized in Newark stabbing
It's not yet known what prompted the stabbing on Tuesday morning.
NJ cop killed in double-fatal intersection crash in Burlington
Chelsea Woods of Browns Mills is the third correction officer killed in a car crash this year.
More rain Tuesday flips to snow Wednesday AM - but will it stick?
That is a semi-rhetorical question — Tuesday will be wet, but Wednesday morning will be wintry, slushy, and messy across the Garden State.
Lawmakers look to bolster NJ solar subsidy without costing you more
A Senate panel advanced a bill that bolsters New Jersey’s solar subsidy, though in a way that doesn’t increase consumer costs beyond what’s already in law.
NJ spends lots on education (don't be too surprised), study finds
New Jersey spends roughly $19,000 per student for child education.
We’re addicted to our phones. That helps online predators, cops say
The Head of the New Jersey State Police Internet Crimes Against Children task force believes dopamine dependence is playing a role.
White Castle recalls frozen sliders over Listeria scare, FDA says
No illnesses have been linked to the frozen burgers and cheeseburgers sold in grocery stores, officials said.
Jersey accountants don't want a state bank, survey says
Gov. Murphy has been pushing the plan.
Immigrants here illegally would need multiple docs for licenses
Assembly panel advances bill creating a second category of New Jersey driver’s licenses that would be available to immigrants not legally in the country.
Manning starting is a great marketing move for Giants
This could be your last chance as a Giants fan to say goodbye to their legendary quarterback.
NJ eye doctor cites 'astronomic' spike in child nearsightedness
Screen time is not the only thing to blame, he says.
Man threw snowball with nails, screws into street, police say
Adrian Sanchez tossed about 20 dangerous snowballs since August, according to police.
Why are people killing themselves at Rowan University?
Ten people have died from the school already this semester, but the school claims only three were suicide.
NJ may soon allow alcohol to be sold at small local theaters
Under current New Jersey law, local theaters can only apply for a liquor license if they have seating for at least 1,000 audience members.
3 teens critical: Car was on the wrong side of the road, cops say
The Toyota Corolla crashed into a concrete bridge abutment along Rattlesnake Bridge Road near Route 78, according to police.
The NJ vaccine debate is about government control, not autism
They call it a vaccine debate, but it’s actually a debate about freedom and liberty.