Authorities: NJ Man Fatally Shoots Wife, 10-Year-Old Son, Before Killing SelfThe motive for the deadly shootings is being investigated.
Students, Family Coping With Death Of Teen Struck And Killed By Alleged Drunk DriverAntwan was killed only few hundred yards from the school.
NJ Man With Wawa Hat Steals 30 Cartons Of CigarettesAuthorities say a man posing as a Wawa employee walked behind the counter of a store in Burlington Township and stole about 30 cartons of cigarettes.
Teachers Called Heroes After Burlington Township Student Collapses During Gym ClassA Burlington Township middle school student was rushed to the hospital after collapsing during the beginning of physical education class Wednesday morning.
Police: More Than $5,000 Worth Of Cigarettes Stolen From Burlington Township WawaIt happened May 13th at 2:14 a.m. at the Wawa store on the 1800 block of Salem Road.
Man Arrested For Robbing Two Delran Banks Minutes ApartA Burlington Township man has been charged with robbing two Delran banks within a 15 minute span on December 12, 2013.
BREAKING: Pedestrian Struck By Vehicle In Burlington TownshipThe incident was reported shortly before 5:30 p.m. along Chateau Apartments Road.
UPDATE: 2 Adults, 12 Children Injured After Passenger Van Overturns On I-295 The incident happened at about 5:30 p.m. on I-295 northbound near mile marker 47 in Burlington Township.
Credit Card Skimming Device Found At Wawa In Burlington, Twp. N.J.The Wawa located at 1814 Salem Road appeared to the common point between all the victims.
Tractor Trailer Flips Over, I-295 Ramp Closed In Burlington TownshipAn I-295 ramp was shut down after a tractor trailer overturned Thursday afternoon in Burlington County.
Multiple People Injured In Burlington County AccidentThe accident happened around 7 p.m.at Rancocas Road and Mount Holly in Burlington Township.
Elderly Man Targeted In South Jersey Home Invasion And Robbery"The victim deals with precious metals, so items that were taken deal with his employment. He was targeted because of what he does for work," said Lt. Brian Painter, of the Burlington Township Police Department.