NJ Creates First Task Force Addressing Animal-to-human Outbreaks
New Jersey's One Health Task Force is designed to help fight disease transmission from animals to people with one weapon: communication.
Spirit Airlines Cancels Most Flights from Atlantic City on Monday
Spirit Airlines canceled a third of its flights across the country on Monday including most in and out of Atlantic City.
Attack by Security Dog at Deptford, NJ, Restaurant Leads to Protest, Arrests
Two people were arrested during a protest on Friday at the Adelphia Restaurant following an incident involving a security company's dog.
Sea Isle Cops: Man Offered to Buy Alcohol in Exchange for Sex
A Burlington County man is facing charges after allegedly offering to buy alcohol in exchange for sexual favors from a young woman.
Teen Wounded in Atlantic City Shooting Monday Morning
Less than 24 hours after a 42-year-old man was shot and killed in Atlantic City, a teenager was shot in the World's Play Ground.
Murphy Now Requiring Vaccinations for All Health Care Workers
All workers in "certain state and private health care facilities and high-risk congregate settings" are now required to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
NJ Supreme Court Puts Limits on Stops for Obscured License Plates
Check your car's license plates: If phrases on it are fully obscured, you're susceptible to a ticket. If you can still make out the words, you're OK.