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Mikie Sherrill Wins NJ 11th District Race Against Jay Webber
For the first time since 1985, North Jersey's 11th Congressional District will be represented by a Democrat.
Murphy Quickly Signs ‘Cory Booker Law,’ Paving Way for White House Run
Democratic legislative leaders last month introduced and passed — and Gov. Phil Murphy quickly signed — a law that will allow U.S. Sen. Cory Booker to simultaneously run for re-election to the Senate while seeking his party's nomination for president or vice president in 2020.
BurlCo Classroom Aide Charged with Molesting Boy at School
A 22-year-old substitute classroom aide has been charged with molesting and sexting a student at Pemberton Township High School.
Tax Collector Charged with Stealing from Three NJ Municipalities
A Warren County municipal tax collector has been charged with stealing $75,000 from the three municipalities she worked for.
15-year-old from North Jersey Missing for Three Days
Mountain Lakes police are asking the public to help find a 15-year-old boy who hasn't been seen since October 30.
Ex-fire Chief in Woodbridge Accused of Child Rape — Arrested 27 Years Later
Robert Jazikoff, 64, of the Whiting section of Manchester, is charged with two first-degree counts of aggravated sexual assault and two second-degree counts of sexual assault.
Unauthorized Immigrants in NJ Give Birth to Thousands of Children
Trump and supporters of his argument believe that birthright citizenship is not enshrined in the 14th Amendment.
Outbreak Strikes a Third Health Facility in NJ This Month
State health authorities are investigating a viral outbreak that has sickened four patients at the Voorhees Pediatric Facility.
Hundreds Unpunished — Lakewood Fraud Insider Says NJ Authorities Misled Public
A career investigator says he was made the scapegoat for a controversial amnesty program that allowed dozens of welfare cheats in Lakewood to repay just a fraction of what they stole.
Ocean County Officer Cleared in Failed Suicide-by-cop Shooting
State investigators say a police officer was justified in shooting a knife-wielding man at his family's Jackson home.