Who's Running For NJ Governor? Most Residents Don't Have A ClueThe race to succeed New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is now on in earnest, and there's one problem confronting all the announced candidates.
Police: New Jersey Man Owes More Than $56,000 In Tolls, FeesPort Authority of New York and New Jersey police have arrested a man who owes more than $56,000 in unpaid tolls and fees.
High School Students Express Optimism, Concern Following President Trump's InaugurationNew Jersey students shared their reactions to President Donald Trump's inauguration speech.
Emergency Repairs Close Delaware River Turnpike BridgeMotorists heading into New Jersey from Pennsylvania and vice versa have one less option for the time being.
New Jersey Ranked Among Best States In America To Raise A FamilyAccording to new rankings, New Jersey is one of the best states in the country to raise a family.
Officials: NJ Officer Charged With Endangering After Child's Shooting DeathOfficials say as a result of the charges, Righter will be suspended from the Stratford Police Department without pay.
4-Car Crash On Rt. 55 Under Investigation In GlassboroAuthorities are investigating a four-car crash this morning in Glassboro, NJ.
Officials: Man Charged With Threatening To Kill Obama After Thinking President Had Affair With His FianceeA former New Jersey man who thought President Obama had an affair with his fiancee has been charged with threatening to kill the president.
NJSP Troopers Help Deliver Baby Girl In Station's Parking LotSeveral New Jersey State Police troopers helped deliver a baby this morning in the parking lot of the Port Norris station.
NJ Supreme Court: Towns Must Update Affordable Housing Goals To Address State InactionIt's the latest in a series of rulings stemming from the four decades old "Mount Laurel decision" that requires municipalities to set aside housing for low income people.
Feds Target BurlCo Daycare for Alleged ADA ViolationsThe owners of a Burlington County day care facility are in more legal trouble.
Elevated Lead Levels Found In New Jersey Hospital's WaterA New Jersey hospital is offering free exams after elevated levels of lead were found in its drinking water.

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