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Murphy nixes superintendent salary cap — 204 already making more
Gov. Phil Murphy has signed legislation that ends the cap on school superintendent salaries in New Jersey..
NJ Judge Who Went Easy on Accused Prep School Rapist Steps Down
A Family Court judge who believed that a prep school student should get easy treatment after he was accused of raping a 16-year-old girl is hanging up his robe for good.
NJ Cop Charged With Killing His Newborn — Raised $17K Online
A police officer has been charged with murdering his three-month-old daughter, who died in December six days after she was admitted to the hospital with a fractured skull and ribs.
NJ Congressman and Ocasio-Cortez Bring The Onion Headline to Life
It was a moment of levity on a dramatic day in which the President was officially condemned by the House for his "racist comments" about The Squad.
Vineland Teacher Guilty of Using Hidden Cams to Create Child-porn Music Video
A former Vineland teacher has pleaded guilty to charges that he made a perverted recording of a student and used hidden cameras in restroom to create child porn.
NJ Man Almost Got Away With Killing His Mother, Prosecutors Say
A Manchester Township man has been charged with killing his 85-year-old mother who officials believed had died from natural causes seven months ago.
NJ Cop Overdoses on Heroin in Police Car While On Duty
A Somerset County cop was on-duty and behind the wheel of his police vehicle when he shot up heroin and nearly died.
Robot Laser Prototype Shuts Down Section of Philly Airport
The checked baggage room of Philadelphia International Airport had to be evacuated on Thursday because of a device that looked like an improvised explosive.
NJ Sheriffs Defy ‘Sanctuary’ Rules — Murphy Administration Threatens Action
In a letter sent to Cape May Co. Sheriff Robert Nolan, the state takes him to task for renewing agreements with the feds despite a policy requiring that local agencies obtain permission from the state AG’s Office.
‘Dunkin Donuts’ & ‘Donald Trump’ Heroin Killed 33 in NJ, Prosecutors Say
A state drug sting in Newark and Irvington resulted four people charged with spreading deadly doses of heroin and fentanyl.