Gov. Murphy Signs Nearly $33 Billion New Jersey Budget That Raises Taxes On Wealthy, BusinessesThe spending plan goes into effect Thursday and will keep state government operating until June 30.
Police: Man Injured In Mount Holly ShootingInvestigators are working to determine a motive for the shooting.
'This Could Be A Game Changer': New Jersey Secures More Than 2 Million Rapid COVID-19 TestsNew Jersey is about to get a new tool to track down COVID-19 cases quickly.
Lucy The Elephant Reopens To Public Monday After Serving As AirbnbVisitors were able to experience a fully decorated Lucy with Victorian-era furnishings as she may have looked when she briefly served as a summer residence in 1903.
Traffic Backed Up After Car Crashes Into Utility Pole On Route 130 In WoodlynneChopper 3 was live over the scene near Dwight Avenue.
Washington Township High School Begins Hybrid Learning Following Week Delay Due To Concerns Over Social GatheringA handful of the high school's students had tested positive before the gathering.
Murphy Signs Law Exempting Combat Pay From New Jersey Income TaxNew Jersey Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday signed bipartisan legislation exempting combat pay earned by members of the military from the state income tax.
Atlantic City Police Investigating After Man Falls To Death Inside Hard Rock Hotel & CasinoFollowing an investigation, officials say the 30-year-old was attempting to climb over a divider on the second floor when he fell and landed on the lobby floor.
'Definitely Going To Call Him Sleepy Joe': Sports Betting Companies Offering Free-To-Play Contests For Presidential DebateIt’s the latest example of how the fast-growing sports betting industry is making inroads into mainstream popular culture.
Atlantic City Firefighters Sues City, New Jersey Over Coronavirus HandlingLawyers for Local 198 say 65 firefighters have been exposed to the virus.
Police: Philadelphia Man Charged After Striking Officer While Trying To Flee Traffic Stop In New JerseyGloucester Township police say the vehicle was stopped shortly after 12:30 a.m. Saturday in the Sicklerville.