Authorities Bring Down NJ Theft Ring That Targeted People Selling Cars On CraigslistFourteen New Jersey residents have been charged for their involvement with a theft ring that targeted people selling cars on Craigslist.
AC Officials Investigating Multi-Vehicle Accident That Left 11 InjuredA van with nine passengers was heading east on Route 30 when it collided with a vehicle traveling south on Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard.
Man Wins New Trial In Fatal House Fire That Killed BrotherTormu Prall received a life sentence after he was convicted on murder and arson charges stemming from the 2007 fire.
Nurse Accused Of Stabbing Autistic Boy With Needle 6 TimesNew Jersey officials say a nurse caught on videotape stabbing an autistic boy with a hypodermic needle has agreed to surrender her license.
NJ To Decide If Uber Drivers Should Be FingerprintedUber supports a measure in the state Senate that would give the AG 100 days to decide the type of criminal background check for drivers.
Thousands Savor Trenton's Pork Roll Festival, Or Is It Taylor Ham?The sounds and smells of sizzling pork roll blended with beautiful weather at the third annual festival.
Buzz Surrounds Trenton 7-Eleven After Powerball Surprise"This is so exciting’!" said clerk Luis Sandoval.
Conditions Prompt Red Flag Warning In The RegionThe National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning for the tri-state area until 8 p.m. tonight.
Crossing Guard Struck And Killed In TrentonAccording to Trenton Police, a crossing guard died Monday afternoon after being struck by a Chevy Avalanche.
Authorities: 5 Injured In Trenton ShootingAuthorities are investigating.
Lawyer Sentenced For Pocketing $579,000 Meant For Job AdsA New York attorney convicted of defrauding two international companies out of hundreds of thousands of dollars has been sentenced to nearly five years in prison.
Utility Tax Stance Hitting Dozens Of NJ Towns In The WalletAt issue is something called the Business Personal Property Tax which, in Verizon's view, need not be paid once the utility no longer provides landline service to just over half of any town.