Sources tell Eyewitness News two people are dead, a woman and a child, inside of an apartment where a hostage situation and standoff continues in Trenton.
The incident occurred around 12:20 a.m. Monday, shortly after a bar patron hit a 29-year-old man over the head with a beer bottle.
People seeking medical attention for someone overdosing on drugs would be protected from prosecution under a bill that has passed the New Jersey Legislature.
A Trenton man has been sentenced to five years in prison for selling an illegal assault weapon in the city.
Victims of drunken driving accidents in New Jersey will be remembered at a ceremony that will also honor law enforcement officers who have led anti-DWI efforts.
At sentencing hearings in 2006, serial killer nurse Charles Cullen did not explain why he killed at least 29 hospital and nursing home patients in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Rutgers University has reached a $475,000 settlement agreement with Mike Rice, agreeing to pay the fired men’s basketball coach for the remaining two years of his contract, university officials announced Thursday night.
Police say they found two young boys inside a small storage unit in Mercer County on Thursday.
New Jersey State Police, Area Transit Systems On Heightened State Of Alert Following Boston Marathon Explosions
The New Jersey State Police and New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness immediately convened at the state’s intelligence center to coordinate actions following the explosions that occurred near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday.
Two people reportedly showed up in the parking lot of a Trenton hospital with gunshot wounds.
Sen. Frank Lautenberg is praising the Navy for its plans to name a new ship after New Jersey’s capital city.
Trenton police say a naked 60-year-old man caused a disturbance in the Trenton Police Headquarters on Monday.
Police say one person is dead and another person is wounded following a shooting in Trenton on Friday night.
State College, Pa. ranks the third “Best College Town” in the American Institute for Economic Research’s 2012-2013 “AIER College Destinations Index.”
Gov. Chris Christie has asked his attorney general to investigate the state’s visit to the home of a man who had posted online a photo of his son holding a military-style rifle, saying news reports raised “troubling questions” about how the case was handled.