New Jersey Gets Its Own CTONew Jersey has its first ever Chief Technology Officer.
2 Unions, NJ Transit Reach Tentative Deals On Rail ContractsUnited Transportation Union Local 60, which represents conductors; the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and NJ Transit all confirmed the deals on Saturday.
Review: Dave Matthews Band Goes To Work In Camden, NJDave Matthews Band returns to the BB&T Pavilion on Saturday night. Tickets are still available.
2 Dead, 2 Injured In Garden State Parkway CrashIt happened just after 1 a.m. Saturday when the car crashed through a guard rail and plunged into the Mullica River near mile marker 48 in Galloway Township.
NJ Police Seek Answers In 3-Year Long Mystery Of Suspicious Death59-year-old Carol Reiff was reported missing on June 21st, 2013 by her daughter.
Updated Policy On Use Of Body Cameras By Camden County PoliceCamden County has tweaked its policy on the use of body cameras by police officers in the city of Camden. They're taking the community's advice, along with a study from the NYU law school into account.
Police Charge Man In Crash That Killed Burlco Teacher, PassengerOn Friday, Burlington County officials announced that a man has been charged for a fatal crash that killed his friend, and a teacher in August of 2015.
Cops: Man Stuffs Cancer Research Donation Jar Down His PantsPolice say the male stuffed the donation jar down his pants and left the restaurant.
New Jersey Lawmakers Pass $15 Minimum Wage BillNew Jersey lawmakers on Thursday passed legislation that would raise the state's minimum wage.
Legislative Committees Approve Hike In NJ Gas TaxLegislators have approved a 23 cent a gallon increase in New Jersey's gasoline tax in assembly and senate committees
NJ State Trooper Injured In Motor Vehicle AccidentNew Jersey officials announced that a state trooper was injured following a motor vehicle accident on Wednesday night.
Camden County Officials Hold Mass Shooting DrillOfficials spent today preparing for the worst as they staged a response to a mass shooting incident.