Chunk, a three-year-old golden retriever who had been missing for two weeks, was reunited with his owners Tuesday morning after New Jersey State Troopers pulled him from the waters of Barnegat Bay.
A new statue of George Floyd was unveiled at Newark's City Hall.
After an outcry at a raucous public meeting over a previous decision to rename Columbus Day as Indigenous Peoples Day, the board of education at a New Jersey school district decided to strip all holiday names off of the school calendar.
The server, who is also a registered nurse, plans to use the money to give back to the community.
A man who went into cardiac arrest at Newark Liberty International Airport was saved due to quick work by Port Authority Police Officers and Dr. Mehmet Oz, who just happened to be in the airport at the same time.
Authorities on Tuesday were searching for answers in the deaths of three family members who were found unresponsive in a backyard above-ground swimming pool.
The mayor of Teaneck, New Jersey is asking all residents to self-quarantine after a new cluster of coronavirus cases was discovered.
A bowhunting organization says a 700-pound bear shot in New Jersey last fall has set a world record as the largest black bear killed with a bow and arrow in North America.
The New Jersey Department of Health says a woman who was brought to Hackensack University Medical Center to be evaluated for symptoms consistent with coronavirus does not have it after further tests.
A group of friends in New Jersey spread holiday cheer to one lucky waiter with a $1200 tip.
Jersey City was gripped for hours by gunshots, sirens, heavily armed law enforcement, closed streets, and school lockdowns after a detective was gunned down in a cemetery and at least two suspects fired on police from a grocery store.
Police say a car crashed into the second floor of a New Jersey business, killing two people.
The park will feature more than 35 rides and attractions based on the network’s iconic characters, including roller coasters and a Nickelodeon Slime Stage.
Lucas Santa Maria, who was diagnosed with exencephaly during his mother’s 10-week ultrasound appointment, is believed to be the first infant to survive with the condition.
Authorities are currently investigating how an 86-year-old nursing home patient in New Jersey got severe bruises and injuries to her face. Her son claims she was assaulted at the home.