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Six Newark, NJ residents charged in $3M stolen luxury car ring
The NJ State Police has charged six Newark residents, including accused ringleader Carlos Sanchez, with stealing more than 30 luxury vehicles worth $3 million.
Charge against Public Integrity cop arrested at NJ bar dropped
A charge of defiant trespass has been dropped against Office of Public Integrity and Accountability Det. Danielle Oliveira after her arrest at a North Wildwood bar.
NJ ‘meth mom’ gets life in prison for murder of 17-month-old son
Heather Reynolds was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison for the May 10, 2018 murder of her 17-month-old son Axel Reynolds in Sicklerville.
Curvy NJ art teacher makes first TV appearance since calls for her firing
Roxsana Diaz, a Pennsauken elementary school teacher, made her first public appearance on the Tamron Hall show on Friday and promoted her new children's book.
NJ English teacher had 4 year ‘sexual relationship’ with student, prosecutors say
Red Bank Regional HS Michael F. Canning is charged with sexual assault for a long-term sexual relationship with a student starting when she was a junior.
One dead in double shooting near Hackensack, NJ barbershop
One person is dead and another is injured after a double shooting near Essex and Lehigh streets in Hackensack on Saturday, Nov. 12.
After election fiasco, Mercer County, NJ head calls for sweeping reforms
Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes is calling for election reforms after a series of election issues including broken machines and missing ballots.
On-duty Bayonne, NJ police captain dies ‘unexpectedly’
Bayonne Police Captain Paul T. Jamolawicz died unexpectedly while on duty after serving the department for 37 years.
Fired NJ state worker sues over religious exemption for COVID vaccine
An NJ Dep. of Human Services worker, Kuan Bowleg, sued the state for violating his religious rights after he was fired for not being vaccinated against COVID-19.
Teen charged in NJ synagogue threats claims hate manifesto ‘live-action role-playing’
Omar Alkattoul, 18, of Sayreville is charged Thursday with spreading an anti-Semitic manifesto with threats against a synagogue and Jewish people that prompted an FBI alert.
Red trickle in NJ: Republicans flip another seat as Malinowski concedes
Democrat NJ Rep. Tom Malinowski has conceded to Republican Tom Kean Jr., who flipped the NJ 7th Congressional district in Tuesday's midterm elections.
$1M Powerball ticket sold in NJ, jackpot swells to $1.9 billion
The $1 million Powerball ticket for Saturday night's drawing was sold at a Quick Stop in Edison and the jackpot grows to $1.9 billion