59 towns in NJ where property taxes actually went down last year
The average property tax bill in New Jersey last year was $8,767, a modest increase of 0.9% from 2017.
Warren calls for impeachment but Booker not so sure
U.S. Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., says it's too soon to talk about impeaching President Donald Trump.
NJ man hacked thousand email accounts to steal nude images
A Monmouth County man has been sentenced to five years in prison after admitting that he hacked into more than a thousand email accounts.
NJ man shoved mom and stabbed dad to death, prosecutor says
Michael Tedesco was located hours after he stabbed his father during a fight.
SUV crashes through front of Newark convenience store
No one was in the vehicle when first responders arrived at the Atlantis Fresh Market in Newark.
Man lying in intersection run over by car in Atlantic City
A man was seriously injured when he was run over by a vehicle as he lay in the street on Thursday night.
Student says NJ athletic director told her: 'Great a**'
Piro still has his job after the two episodes.
Did you lose your wedding ring? Brick police may have it
You'll have to know the answer to a question in order to claim it.
Flyers, Yankees pull Kate Smith's 'God Bless America' over racism
The Flyers covered a statue of the singer considered to be their good luck charm outside their home arena with a tarp.
Man in bike helmet robs NJ bank with help from employees
The robber spoke to the bank's manager and then ordered all the employees into the vault
Listeria linked to deli meats and cheeses: NJ case confirmed
Eight cases have been reported, from Michigan, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. One of the cases in Michigan resulted in a death.
Flash Flood Watch: A soaking, stormy start to the holiday weekend
When will it be wet? And when might we catch some sunshine?
Man used dating app to meet woman he raped, police say
Jerrell Manson is also being questioned about another sexual assault in Edgewater Park in 2018 that is unsolved.
Have you discussed end-of-life planning with a loved one?
Most New Jerseyans have considered but not planned for end-of-life wishes, according to a new poll.
NJ close to ending 'religious' exemptions for vaccines
NJ's second measles outbreak in seven months may prompt the Legislature to tighten up New Jersey’s vaccination rules by eliminating religious exemptions.
American Dream to open in the summer- who will really show up?
American Dream now scheduled to open in the summer. Will people really fight traffic to see what's offered?
NJ roads see big drop in litter — are drivers more considerate?
Reduction in litter was registered in all 21 counties, at 93% of the sites monitored during both '04 and '17.