12-year-old shot in apparent neighborhood drive-by in Newark
A 12-year-old boy was wounded when someone fired at least one shot into a Newark home during an apparent drive-by shooting, authorities said.
NJ child predator wants early prison release due to COVID threat
The convicted sex offender is asking to be freed about four years early from federal prison at Fort Dix, amid a coronavirus outbreak.
Can Jersey release cops’ old disciplinary records? It’s up to NJ Supreme Court
The New Jersey Supreme Court will decide if state Attorney General Gurbir Grewal can order the release of police disciplinary files dating back 20 years.
All NJ police will wear body cameras — Murphy makes it official
New Jersey joins five other states requiring law enforcement to wear the cameras, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.
AstraZeneca: coronavirus vaccine shown to be ‘highly effective’
AstraZeneca is the third major drug company to report late-stage results for a potential coronavirus vaccine.
When will COVID-19 vaccine be available in NJ? Here’s the timeline
New Jersey is expecting shipments of Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines as soon as December, Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli said Friday.
Second Coronavirus Vaccine Shows Early Success in U.S. Tests
Moderna said its vaccine appears to be 94.5% effective, according to preliminary data from the company’s still ongoing study.
NJ Native Kim Ng Makes History in Miami as First Woman GM in MLB
When hired by the Yankees in '98, the alum of Ridgewood High School became the youngest assistant general manager in the MLB.
Borgata laying off, cutting hours of 422 workers after new NJ restrictions
The Atlantic City casion sent a letter to workers Friday afternoon outlining the cuts.
Vatican faults many for McCarrick’s rise, spares Francis
A summary of the report from the Vatican put much blame on Pope John Paul II, who appointed Theordore McCarrick archbishop of Washington D.C., despite having commissioned an inquiry that confirmed he slept with seminarians.