One person was killed in an intense fire that broke out inside a home and antique store in Cape May County early Wednesday morning.
A new reward is being offered in a 20-year-old missing persons case.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie is looking to end payments for unused sick time for public workers. As legislative sessions wind down, the governor says it is an issue he will not compromise on.
A Hammonton man in a family of pilots is getting back to his passion after it nearly killed him five months ago.
Students at Rowan University create a website in an effort to shed some light on the death of one of their own.
Some residents of a South Jersey town are calling a Knights of Columbus banner that hangs over over Broadway in Pitman, a sign of the season.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has announced plans to send state troopers into Camden to help suppress a growing murder rate.
Getting a drivers license is something most teenagers say they can’t wait to do. For teens in New Jersey, most can start learning at age 16 with six hours of paid certified instruction behind the wheel.
Drivers out on the road in New Jersey may mistake some gas station signs as mirages. Gas prices are dropping under three dollars a gallon for regular unleaded gasoline if you are paying cash.
With surveillance video from a local hotel restaurant, Mount Laurel detective Ed Pincus showed Eyewitness News how in less than five minutes, thieves hit the jackpot.
Fourteen-year-old Torri Albrecht’s confederate flag sweatshirt has special meaning to her.
Detectives in Delran, Cinnaminson and Mt. Laurel are comparing notes after similar incidents were reported in all three towns.
Authorities in Trenton are investigating a series of criminal acts against firefighters, the latest incident was a breakin at a firehouse, on Monday.
Residents in Galloway Township elect council members and those members pick a mayor among them. The Deputy Mayor is now stepping in to run meetings and sign documents and the township manager will run the day to day operations, as usual.
New Jersey’s two percent cap on property taxes is forcing municipalities all over the state to take a hard look at budgets for 2012.