New Jersey Teacher Raises Money To Buy Entire School Christmas GiftsA New Jersey teacher has bought Christmas gifts for her entire school using online fundraising donations and says next year will be "bigger and better."
Suspect Goes On Joyride In Stolen Street Sweeper Before Crashing ItPolice in Paterson, New Jersey are searching for a suspect who stole a street sweeper Wednesday morning.
Teenage Girl Shot, Seriously Wounded While Sitting In CarPaterson police say the shooting occurred around 2:10 a.m. Saturday.
Prosecutors: 1 Teen Killed, 1 Wounded In Shooting Passaic County prosecutors said Sunday that the wounded 15-year-old victim was being treated at a hospital.
Pedestrian Shoots, Wounds Man Driving CarAuthorities say a driver was shot and wounded when a pedestrian opened fire on a vehicle that was backing down the driveway of a northern New Jersey home.
NJ's Big-City Mayors To Seek Joint Crime Solutions The mayors of New Jersey's three largest cities are meeting in Newark to tackle crime and other problems by working together.
Two Workers Hurt In New Jersey Lab ExplosionTwo workers were hurt after a powerful explosion rocked a North Jersey pharmaceutical lab late Saturday night in Totowa, New Jersey, just outside of Paterson.
Heroin Found On 2-Year-Old At NJ DaycarePolice have arrested a father after 48 packets of heroin were found in his 2-year-old son's jacket at a northern New Jersey daycare center.
Jon Bon Jovi To Watch Signing Of New Jersey's Overdose LawJon Bon Jovi is slated to be on hand when Gov. Chris Christie signs New Jersey's drug overdose prevention bill into law Thursday.
New Jersey Teacher Fired For Urinating In ClassroomA second-grade teacher has been fired for insubordination and inappropriate behavior, including urinating in his northern New Jersey classroom.
New Jersey Senator Frank R. Lautenberg Says He Won't Seek Re-election The Senator is expected to make the official announcement from Paterson on Friday.
President Obama Surveys Hurricane Damage In Paterson, New JerseyThe Passaic River is receding but the mayor Jeffery Jones says several thousand people have not been able to return to their homes and businesses.