NJ wrestling legend King Kong Bundy dies at 61
King Kong Bundy, whose real name was Christopher Pallies, was born in Atlantic City. The 6-foot-4, 458-pound wrestler made his World Wrestling Federation debut in 1981.
How to deal with ‘Momo’ and other scary Internet hoaxes
It's unclear how many videos exist or to what extent they have circulated.
Keansburg man admits raping, stabbing 11-year-old girl
A Keansburg man has admitted sexually assaulting and killing his 11-year-old neighbor.
Pooping superintendent wants cops investigated for sharing this photo
A former school superintendent who made headlines after he was charged with defecating on another high school's track has asked the state attorney general to investigate whether police acted unlawfully.
Second juror dismissed from Sarah Stern murder trial
A motion for a mistrial in the Sarah Stern murder trial was denied by a judge as a second juror was removed from the panel.
Juror’s social media post spurs mistrial request in murder trial
Superior Court Judge Richard English removed the juror last Thursday and informed the remaining 15 jurors of his decision on Wednesday
Commuter ferry runs aground off NJ coast
The Seastreak ferry got stuck about 200 yards from the pier in Atlantic Highlands.
Murphy goes after ‘crony capitalism’ in first speech of 2019
Murphy, who is entering his second year in office after taking over from Republican Chris Christie, took aim at one of his predecessor's preferred economic incentives during the address before lawmakers in the General Assembly chamber.
Gunman who killed Asbury Park boy cries as he’s sent to prison
Karon Council killed a 10-year-old boy last year, he says by accident.
Details of ‘The Many Saints of Newark’ — prequel to ‘The Sopranos’
The star of the upcoming "The Sopranos" prequel says a young Tony Soprano will be a part of the film — but had good reason to be careful about how much else he revealed about "The Many Saints of Newark."
NJ college sued over frat’s ‘Rock, Paper, Scissors’ rape game
Five former students, including a woman, were charged with taking part in the videotaped 2014 attack.
Federal shutdown begins after lawmakers fail to reach deal
With negotiations expected to continue, the House and Senate both scheduled rare Saturday sessions. House members were told they'd get 24 hours' notice before a vote.