Mount Laurel Police Chief Responds After Some Question Department's Conduct When Dealing With Edward MathewsCBS3's Alexandria Hoff sat down with Mount Laurel's police chief who addressed questions about the department's conduct with the suspect. 
Edward Mathews, Man Seen In Racist Viral Video, Facing New Charges For Alleged Stalking, Damaging Neighbors' VehiclesA viral video showed Mathews likening a Black man to a wild animal. And in another video, he is heard using the N-word.
Mount Laurel Neighbors Say Edward Cagney Mathews' Harassment Went Far Beyond Viral Racist RantHundreds of protesters gathered outside of his home Monday afternoon after video of a racist rant went viral.
Hundreds Protest After Mount Laurel Man's Racist Rant Is Caught On Video, Goes ViralPolice were called to Mathews' home Friday shortly after a disturbing video went viral where police say Mathews was "shouting offensive and racial slurs" at a neighbor.
Independent Investigation Launched Into Edward Mathews After Racist Rant, Mount Laurel Police's Response To IncidentAn investigation will be launched into the Mount Laurel Police Department's handling of the incident depicted in the viral video.
Summer Camps In New Jersey Will Be 'Almost Normal' With New Loosened Mask GuidelinesThose updated guidelines now allow vaccinated children and staff at New Jersey summer camps to ditch the masks outdoors and indoors.
1 Injured After 3-Alarm Fire at Apartment Complex In Mount LaurelFire officials say one unit is a total loss and five other units have smoke and water damage.
VIDEO: Multiple Cars Go Up In Flames Outside Mount Laurel Condo BuildingIt's unclear at this point if those fires were intentionally set.
Pedestrian Struck By Vehicle On Route 38 In Mount LaurelThe driver of the vehicle remained at the scene.
Officials: Mount Laurel Fire Sends One Person To HospitalFirefighters placed the blaze under control just after 8 p.m.
Paws Discovery Farm In Burlington County Closing DownThe Paws Discovery Farm's final day will be Wednesday. It will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., free of charge.