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NJ political figure killed by his wife on Christmas, officials say
Atlantic County community leader Dave Wigglesworth was shot and killed on Christmas night.
Woman pulled from water after fiery crash in Gloucester, NJ
Police pulled an injured woman from a body of water after finding a car and truck on fire.
Another man from Manchester, NJ charged with setting fires
A 77-year-old man has been charged with aggravated arson
Thanksgiving ends in murder charge for woman in Camden, NJ
A Camden woman has been charged with murdering a man on Thanksgiving.
Thief seen stealing expensive, special statue from church in NJ
Authorities and parishioners are hoping for the public's help in identifying a man who walked off with a large statue of the Virgin Mary.
NJ mall gets mobbed during grand opening of YouTube star’s burger joint
YouTube star MrBeast opened the first-ever MrBeast Burger at American Dream during Labor Day weekend.
At least one victim dead in bus crash on NJ Turnpike
olice said one person died and many more were left with injuries in a bus crash on the New Jersey Turnpike on Tuesday evening.
Tony Sirico, who played Paulie Walnuts on ‘Sopranos’, dies at 79
Tony Sirico, a once-struggling actor who achieved eternal fame for the role of Paulie "Walnuts" Gualtieri in HBO's "The Sopranos," has died.
More cops will be at NJ schools morning after Texas massacre
Parents and students in New Jersey might see a greater police presence Wednesday morning after a man gunned down 18 children and three adults at an elementary school in Texas.
NJ lawmaker calls on Murphy to save shore from pop-up party madness
A Jersey Shore lawmaker is calling on the Murphy administration and NJ Transit to take action in the wake of a viral pop-up party that resulted in arrests and a curfew in Long Branch on Saturday.