Another round of flooding hit several areas of New Jersey after heavy rain fell Thursday.
Bergen County Prosecutor's Office is auctioning off 750 pieces of baseball memorabilia seized in a drug operation.
Morris County OEM Director Jeff Paul says the county is under a flood warning until 1 a.m. Friday.
Over 100 responders participated in a disaster drill to for Category 4 hurricane.
The Council on Affordable Housing met the day before a court-imposed deadline to issue new regulations.
Two fires forced families to evacuate their homes, but the flames have subsided.
Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph Coronato says that expanding and providing more law enforcement officials with Narcan will help save more lives of those suffering from heroin overdoses.
The Camden County Police are working to reduce crime in the city, and have a command post and surveillance cameras.
U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman and the governor discussed a program helping prisoners get back into society.
Holdmel volunteers and residents say they were blindsided by the shuttering of Fire Company 1.
State Police and Essex Prosecutors have initiative to get law enforcement on the streets.
Police across New Jersey are pulling over and ticketing motorists who are using their cell phones while driving.
Asm. Prieto wants to negotiate the Arbitration Renewal Bill with Christie instead of accepting his conditional veto.
After judge ruled former Christie aides don't have to comply, committee considers options.
Despite some local laws limiting or prohibiting the practice of keeping chickens on residential property, many in New Jersey have started raising the birds for eggs.