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Drunk Driver Crashes Into Cop in Brick Township, Police Say
Township police said the crash happened after police spent the Labor Day weekend promoting the importance of the Move Over Law.
Judge Orders NJ Couple to Turn Over Rest of $400K for Homeless Man
A Superior Court judge on Thursday ordered a Burlington County couple to turn over the remaining money from a $400,000 GoFundMe fundraiser to the lawyers of a homeless man who the money was intended to help.
Rutgers Says White Professor’s ‘A**hole Caucasian’ Posts are Racist
James Livingston, a history professor, could face discipline “up to and including discharge” after university officials determined his comments “could be interpreted as impermissibly racist.
NJ Jury Sides with Landlord in Muslim Discrimination Case
State officials in the Christie administration filed the civil rights suit in 2016, claiming William Greda refused to rent an apartment to an undercover investigator who wore a headscarf over her head.
At Least $60M Paid to NJ Victims of Catholic Priest Sex Abuse
Catholic Church officials in New Jersey have paid tens of millions of dollars to men and women who have accused priests and clergy of child sexual abuse in the last three decades.
Murphy, Citing Tragedy, Signs New School Bus Seat Belt Law
The legislation was passed in response to the fatal school bus crash in May that killed elementary school teacher Jennifer Williamson and 10-year-old student Miranda Vargas.
NJ Cops Taser Naked Driver Who Leaves Mercedes in Flames
It was a bad Friday morning for a 28-year-old Pennsylvania man who ended up arrested and with his car on fire.
Cumberland County Man Loses FL Security Job After Viral Fart Videos Cause Stink
A former New Jersey man won dubious fame but lost his job after posting videos of himself passing gas at work.
Teen Charged in Home Invasion, Robbery of McGreevey’s Parents
An 18-year-old Carteret resident has been charged in the home invasion of former Gov. Jim McGreevey's parents.
Still-homeless Man Hasn’t Gotten $400K that Public Raised for Him
Johnny Bobbitt Jr. made headlines last year when he helped Kate McClure fill up her gas tank. She set up a GoFundMe to pay him back.