NJ Heroin Kingpin Gets Life in Prison For Part in Bayshore Drug Ring
A drug kingpin has been sentenced to life in prison after earlier pleading guilty to all charges lodged against him.
What is Ransomware and How Are You Vulnerable Right Now?
What is ransomware and why should you care about it? It’s the latest computer threat and you’re probably already at risk.
Female Bank Robber Pulls Off 2 NJ Heists, Police Ask for Help with ID
NJ Authorities have released surveillance photos of a female robbery suspect who pulled off two bank heists this morning in less than an hour.
4 Pit Bulls Abandoned in Woodbridge, SPCA Offers Reward, Asks for Help
Surveillance cameras were rolling June 5, as a male suspect was seen removing four pit bulls from the back of a truck in a parking lot and then driving off in the Port Reading section of Woodbridge. One of the dogs was injured with a fractured spine and hip.
160,000 People Flock to 26th Annual Belmar Seafood Festival [PHOTOS]
More than 160,000 seafood lovers flocked to the Jersey Shore this weekend for the three-day 26th Annual Seafood Festival in Belmar at Silver Lake Park.
Police Release Sketch of Man Found Dead in Hamilton, Ask for Help with Identification
State Police have released a sketch in an attempt to positively identify a man’s body discovered last year in Hamilton.
Monmouth Park Opening Day: 12-Races Planned for This Weekend
The horse racing season begins at Monmouth Park Racetrack this weekend with 117 entries in a 12-race program beginning this Saturday, May 12.
Wall Twp. Band Films at Favorite NJ Spots Using Homemade Solar Recording Unit [VIDEO]
A Wall Twp. band is pioneering a homemade solar-powered mobile recording studio at their favorite New Jersey spots in a new video project.
Texas Congressman Thinks Gov. Christie, "Would Make A Good VP" [AUDIO]
Congressman Randy Neugebauer, R-TX counts NJ Governor Chris Christie among the top three contenders for vice presidential candidacy while discussing Mitt Romney’s potential running mates on News/Talk 790 KFYO’s radio program in Lubbock Texas.
Ice-Theft Charges Dropped, Brookdale Student Relieved
The Brookdale Community College student accused of taking a cup of ice is expressing relief now that the charges have been dropped.