12 NJ Counties With Highest Case, Fatality Rates Amid COVID: Feds
All 21 NJ counties are in the high "red" zone for COVID transmission and 12 continue to have high death totals, according to U.S. officials.
NJ Man's $1 Trillion Lawsuit Blames Trump For Coronavirus Deaths
A former prison inmate-turned-activist is accusing Donald Trump of recklessly pushing for “herd immunity” despite the lack of a vaccine.
Protesters Block NYC Side Of Holland Tunnel Overnight
Demonstrators gathered Thursday to protest the police shootings of Daunte Wright in Minnesota and Adam Toledo in Chicago.
NJ Extends COVID Public Health Emergency, Citing Ongoing 'Threat'
Citing the ongoing "threat," Gov. Murphy announced that the COVID-19 public health emergency has been extended in New Jersey. Here's why.
Husband-And-Wife Cops Charged After Jersey Shore Bar Fight
Two State Police detectives – a husband and wife – face charges after they were allegedly involved in a Jersey Shore bar fight.
Sweeping Gun Safety Package Could Come To NJ With New Proposal
“This is more than thoughts and prayers, this is robust and life-saving action,” officials said.
NJ Sloan Kettering Cancer Patients Can More Easily Get Vaccine
The Visiting Nurse Association is now providing the COVID vaccine to any NJ resident receiving cancer care at Memorial Sloan Kettering.
All Paws On Deck: Jersey City Pup Rescued From PATH Escalator
Scott the dog got his paw stuck in the escalator at the Journal Square PATH station but quick-acting Port Authority officers rescued him.
Eggs Thrown At Rutgers Jewish Fraternity During Holocaust Vigil
Eggs were thrown at the house last Thursday while fraternity members were reading the names of those who died in the Holocaust.
Woman With Rare J&J Vaccine Blood Clot Is Hospitalized In NJ
The woman in NJ is among the six in 6.8 million who suffered blood clots after receiving the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine.
NJ Is 3rd Least Safe State During COVID, Report Says: Here's Why
A new report says New Jersey is the third least safe state amid COVID, and it ranks low in several categories. Here's why.
More Time Needed On NJ Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine: CDC Panel
The halt on the use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine in NJ due to blood-clot concerns could last another week, a CDC panel says.
Rutgers 2021 Grad Speaker Is U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey
Rutgers-Camden will also give honorary degrees to NJ Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli and Nikole Hannah-Jones of 'The 1619 Project.'
NJ Warns Against 'Panic' Over COVID Vaccines, Rising Cases
NJ said the stoppage of Johnson & Johnson immunizations will impact COVID vaccines while cases continue to remain high. Here's why.
Anne Milgram, Biden’s Pick To Lead DEA, Has East Brunswick Roots
Former NJ Attorney General Anne Milgram attended East Brunswick High School. She’s nominated by the Biden administration to head the DEA.
Bernie Madoff, Notorious Ponzi Schemer, Dies In Prison: Report
Madoff, 82, a financier who swindled billions from his clients, died of apparent natural causes early Wednesday, according to the AP.
More COVID Changes In NJ: What You Can Do Now – And What's Next
You may not know it, but Gov. Murphy just allowed NJ residents to do more amid COVID. Here's what you can do – and what's next.
WATCH: Gov. Murphy Issues NJ Coronavirus, Vaccines Update
WATCH: Gov. Murphy spoke at 1 p.m. on Wednesday and address schools, vaccines and NJ closures amid COVID.
2 Sick In NJ Due To Salmonella Illness Outbreak
Two in NJ got sick with salmonella illness in a nationwide outbreak, according to federal officials.
Dress Code Dispute: Jersey City Bar Accused Of Racial Profiling
A Black customer posted a video of The Ashford's dress-code policy being skirted for white customers while he was refused entry.