Alleged Racist Videos Prompting Increased Police Presence At New Jersey SchoolQuestions about student safety and accusations of racist behavior led to an increased police presence at Maple Shade High School on Tuesday.
Camden County Police Searching For Missing TeenagerCamden County Police are currently searching for a missing Centerville teenager.
Trump Infrastructure Plan Hinders New Jersey 'Gateway Project'New Jersey's governor says President Trump's new infrastructure plan slices funds from a much needed rail project connecting New York and Jersey.
NJ Officials Concerned Over Move That Could Allow Concealed Weapons Across State LinesA congressional measure that would allow people to carry concealed handguns across state lines has law enforcement in some states more than a little concerned.
Confederate Flag Banned From Burlco Farm FairConfederate flags are now banned from the annual Burlington County Farm Fair, held in July, after two flags displayed at last year's event caused more than a little concern.
Murphy Calls Out Gun Lobby While Mourning Victims Of Florida School ShootingNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has ordered flags lowered to half staff on Tuesday to honor the victims of the Parkland, Florida school shooting.
Subaru Of America Marks 50th Anniversary Amid Planned Relocation A major car manufacturer is marking a milestone in its history.
Firefighter Injured Battling Blaze In HammontonA firefighter was injured battling a house fire in Hammonton on Wednesday night.
High School Football Programs Look To Test Video Replay In New JerseyNew Jersey will be one of the few states to give video replay a go.
Interstate Gun Ring Nets 7 Suspects In New JerseyEach defendant faces 10-to-20 years if convicted of racketeering.
Adventure Aquarium Names New Penguins After Nick Foles, Carson WentzAdventure Aquarium is adding four new penguins to its colony, including two brothers who've been named after two popular Philadelphia Eagles.
Multiple Drug Overdoses Prompt Heroin Warning From Evesham Township PoliceThe police department took to Facebook Saturday to give Evesham Township residents a "public safety message."