A 2-year-old was shot in Newark on Monday afternoon.
A boy, 7, was killed in an early morning fire at a house in Newark that also displaced two families, said police.
The FBI says images show Christopher Quaglin of New Brunswick attacking several police officers during the pro-Trump riot in Washington on Jan. 6.
The Hudson County Prosecutor's Office is investigating missing money from the office.
Detroit's Ilitch family — owners of the Tigers baseball team, the Red Wings hockey team, and the Little Caesars pizza chain — is buying as much as half of the troubled casino in Atlantic City.
Anyone 16 or older in New Jersey will be eligible to get the coronavirus vaccine starting Monday, April 19.
New Jersey has expanded COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to more people.
Prosecutors in New Jersey say they are investigating the death of the owner of a store on the Atlantic City boardwalk who collapsed after he was allegedly threatened by a knife-wielding 12-year-old during a confrontation with multiple juveniles at his shop.
A 3-year-old girl died after accidentally falling into a sewage septic tank at a New Jersey campground over the weekend, authorities said.
In its first system-wide toll hike in a decade, the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission is raising tolls on April 11.
Severe thunderstorms that roared through New Jersey left thousands without power.
With a new rail tunnel into New York years away at best, Amtrak is embarking on an aggressive and expensive program to fix a 110-year-old tunnel in the interim.
New Jersey parents must be notified if their minor child is caught buying or possessing marijuana under a bill Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law Friday.
A state police trooper accused of following a woman home after he had pulled her vehicle over on the New Jersey Turnpike last year has been indicted on stalking charges.
Beginning April 5, people in NJ ages 55 and older, as well as those 16 and older who have intellectual or developmental disabilities, will be eligible.
Rutgers University will be requiring students who are enrolled for the 2021 fall semester to be vaccinated against COVID-19, with exceptions for medical and religious reasons.
The Garden State is now leading the U.S. in new cases per capita, and for the first time in a month, total hospitalizations are hovering above 2,000.
Atlantic City says it will redo a Black Lives Matter tribute on a street because it confused motorists.
The co-owner of a gym in New Jersey who refused to close during the pandemic is offering free memberships to those who don't get vaccinated.
A special space for the deaf and hard of hearing is now open for business in Newark, but the road to getting up and running wasn't easy, especially over the last two years.