Well before becoming a digital reporter, content creator and fill-in news anchor for New Jersey 101.5, Erin Vogt's journalism roots began with faux interviews on a Fisher Price tape recorder. The lifelong Jersey Girl has more than 20 years in radio news and has received both an NJSPJ award and a team-won Regional Edward R. Murrow Award. She firmly believes that life’s too short to drink bad coffee and is a fan of the beach and karma.
NJ sex predator gets more prison for abuse at Boy Scout camp
Colin Skeele, of Florham Park, was a Boy Scout camp counselor, a private school teacher and an EMS volunteer before being sent to prison for sex assault and child pornography.
This is the salary you now need in NJ to afford to buy a house
Home buyers have to have plenty of income to deal with eroded housing affordability in 2023, according to an annual report by the National Association of Realtors.
NJ man, accused of wife’s murder, is later found dead in vehicle
Karen Conner was shot and killed at home in Franklin Township. Her husband, Laurence Conner, was charged with murder, days later.
Prosecutor: NJ woman stole $200K from work through fake paychecks, overtime
The Point Pleasant woman ripped off her Wall Township based company, through phony overtime, extra paychecks and fake expense reports, police said.
NJ contractor had over 1,000 child pornography files, police say
Brett Gerundo, of Brick, was arrested about a month after more than 20 electronic devices were seized from his home.
NJ middle school ‘pervy teacher’ now faces jailtime
The Toms River middle school teacher took sexually explicit photos of himself in his classroom, which he posted to his public social media accounts.
NJ student, 18, fighting for her life after stray gunfire in Nashville
The 18-year-old student at Belmont University, a Wall Township native, was walking on a track when she was struck by a bullet on Tuesday, police said. An accused gunman was arrested.
Super festive NJ, PA winter holiday train rides, some with Santa!
From the Polar Express to a North Pole Express and more — there's several chances to book a holiday train ride to ring in the Christmas season.
Only these lucky NJ school districts offer full-day preschool
Not quite half of the operating public school districts in New Jersey now have added full day preschool to their programs. Here's the updated list.
NJ custodian put his bodily fluids and worse on food for kids, cops say
Giovanni Impellizzeri is accused of contaminating utensils and food items later offered to young students at a school in the Upper Deerfield Township district, according to prosecutors.
Jane Fonda, Sen. Bernie Sanders jump into NJ politics
The actress and activist has endorsed a New Jersey political candidate, while the U.S. Senator from Vermont recently visited NJ to support striking nurses during a hearing.
NJ has been secretly keeping the blood of every baby since 1970s
A new class action federal lawsuit requests that New Jersey's practice of storing newborn blood screening samples for 23 years, without parents' consent, be deemed unconstitutional.