Blaze Burns Through Mount Holly HomeIt happened just before 1 a.m. at 11 Church St.
KYW Flashback: New Jersey Police Shootings Trigger Long Standing DebateTwo police officers lay dead outside and a third would die of his wounds, fired from an assault rifle. The tragedy raised issues that are still being debated today.
Residents Evacuated As Crews Repair Gas Leak In Burlington CountyOfficials say around 10:56 a.m. Monday a call came in for a gas leak at Parkers Mill Boulevard and Kirby Court.
Police Charge South Jersey Man With Murder Of Girlfriend And Her FatherAuthorities in Burlington County have charged a 27-year-old man with the murder of his girlfriend and her father.
2 Bodies Found Inside South Jersey HomeAuthorities are investigating the deaths of two people after their bodies were found Saturday morning inside a Burlington County home.
Bear Spotted In Yard In Westampton TownshipChopper 3 over the scene around 7:15 p.m. Wednesday at Dover Road and Orchard Lane.
Mount Holly's Mayor Looks To Revitalize Downtown Business DistrictThe first step is a change in zoning to attract more retail and restaurant fare.
Jack-Knifed Tractor-Trailer On I-295 In South JerseyA jack-knifed tractor-trailer created a traffic nightmare on a heavily-traveled road in South Jersey Monday morning.
Former Eagle Irving Fryar Pleads Not Guilty To Fraud In New Jersey CourtroomFormer NFL player Irving Fryar and his mother have pleaded not guilty in a New Jersey court to charges that they conspired to steal more than $690,000 through a mortgage scam.
Decade Long NJ Neighborhood Revitalization Fight EndsResidents from Mount Holly Gardens waged a legal battle for ten years with the township over a plan to tear down homes and redevelop the area.
Mount Holly Settles High-Profile Housing Bias Lawsuit Officials in a southern New Jersey town approved a legal settlement Wednesday to end a high-profile housing discrimination case, just weeks before the U.S. Supreme Court was to hear arguments on it.
Mount Holly Delays Vote On Housing Case SettlementThe Mount Holly Township Council changed course Wednesday afternoon and announced it wouldn't vote later in the day on a legal settlement with residents of the Mount Holly Garden neighborhood.