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Woman who stabbed fiance in the heart is freed from prison by Christie
Lisa A. Pyatt, 50, was among 26 people granted clemency by Christie in his last week in office.
NJ teacher made pervy music video, photo albums of boys urinating — prosecutors
A former South Jersey elementary school teacher used hidden cameras to create edited videos of young boys urinating in a restroom, state prosecutors say.
NJ doctor loses license for reusing anal devices; state urges patients to seek help
State health officials are urging the patients of a renowned Central Jersey doctor who was stripped of his license to consider getting tested for diseases.
NJ cop charged with running over suspect with car — caught on video
Authorities arrested a Jersey City police officer who has been accused of intentionally driving his car into a suspect who was on foot.
Woman may have spread measles at Newark airport this month
People who have not been vaccinated or have not had measles are at risk.
Rahway fire chief so drunk he urinated his pants while driving, police say
Rahway's fire chief is facing charges of drunk driving after he was pulled over in his hometown of Jackson.
NJ doctor charged with wife’s slaying in twisted murder-for-hire plot
Five years after April Kauffman was gunned down in her own bedroom, her husband is charged with murder.
New name for Princeton hospital after latest merger
The latest hospital merger in New Jersey will see Princeton HealthCare System fold into the University of Pennsylvania Health System.
‘Unusual’ emergency at NJ nuclear power plant caused by cold weather
An emergency situation was declared Saturday morning at New Jersey's oldest nuclear power plant.
$40,000 monthly rent for Asbury Park apartment? Not even the most expensive!
The rebuild after Superstorm Sandy transformed this once gritty resort city into the place to be. If you can afford it.