Hate Crimes Jump by 65 Percent in a Single Year, NJ Officials Say
State officials say bias incidents jumped by 65 percent from 2018 to 2019 — the largest one-year increase in the time the state's been tracking the figures.
NJ Senate Closer to Nixing Religious Exemption for Vaccines
One in 38 students — or a total of about 14,000 — have a religious exemption from vaccinations. That number has grown in five years from just under 9,000.
‘Torso Killer’ Confesses Again: Official Count at 9 Women, Girls — Could be 100
A gruesome serial murderer who has claimed that he may have killed as many as 100 victims in a span of three decades has now admitted to killing three more girls in North Jersey.
2019 Holiday Return Policies for NJ’s Biggest Stores
You should have a fairly easy time returning that unwanted gift to a New Jersey retailer -- but don't wait too long.
NJ Town Pushes Back Against Gun Control: ‘Don’t Tread on Us Anymore’
A second New Jersey municipality has declared itself friendly to gun rights, pushing back against increasingly strict gun control measures under Gov. Phil Murphy's administration.
‘Domestic Terror Event’ — Jersey City Killers Posted About Jews and Cops
For the first time, state officials acknowledged they were aware of social media posts that appeared to be by the shooters, espousing hate against Jews and police.
They ‘Confronted Evil’ — Watch Cops Respond in Jersey City Shootout
The state's largest police union has released footage showing police officers responding during the gunfire that left multiple people dead in the massacre at a Jewish supermarket in Jersey City Tuesday.
Woman Struck, Killed Helping Driver of RV Famous for its Trump Stickers
A pedestrian was killed in a crash that involved a motor home and trailer that's caught attention throughout the area for its dozens of pro-Trump signs and stickers.
Raped and Tortured Toddler Screamed in Agony, NJ Prosecutor Reveals
A Trenton man accused of suffocating and raping his girlfriend's toddler daughter will remain jailed pending his murder trial.
NJ Gave Nearly $4 Million in Tuition Help to Unauthorized Immigrants
NJ has awarded more than $3.8M in college aid to immigrants living in the country illegally under the first year of a program authorizing the grants, a new report says.