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‘Active shooter’ standoff at tax office in Salem City
Police have contained what was described Wednesday afternoon as an "active shooting" situation.
Prosecutors said Metuchen woman poisoned ex’s coffee — but can’t prove it
A Metuchen mom is a free woman after prosecutors failed to prove that she tried to kill her ex by putting a psychoactive drug in his coffee.
‘I’m a victim’ — NJ district can’t fire disgraced teachers union president
A teachers union president who unwittingly starred in an undercover Project Veritas video last year has won back her teaching job.
NJ family services worker forced worried moms into sex
Lamont King, 42, of Trenton, pleaded guilty in July to second-degree conspiracy to commit a pattern of official misconduct.
NJ college girl goes to prison: Instructed beau in murder cover-up
Raquel Garajau, 21, was convicted in September for her role in the Feb. 6, 2017, killing of 29-year-old Brick resident Trupal Patel.
Guilty! NJ boy saw depraved dad kill mom who begged to ‘die in peace’
A 33-year-old man could die in prison after being convicted of killing the mother of his child in 2016.
Hunt for accused driver after SUV mows down 2 women in Newark
Police are on the hunt for a 35-year-old man who is wanted on charges of running over two women who were crossing the street on Jan. 6.
Neptune cop crashed car 7 times, drove 131 mph — still has job
The driving infractions are just some of the problems that Officer Kyheem Davis has faced with department officials during his career.
NJ dad charged with killing his daughter in DWI crash
Marcelo Rizzo, 37, of Elizabeth, was arrested at his home and charged in the November crash.
Racist trolls say they won’t march but Princeton still has to close streets
After days of hyping their planned demonstration in downtown Princeton, a bigoted group says they were just kidding.