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Newark Airport closed — again — on Saturday for ’emergency’
For the second time in as many weeks, Newark Liberty International Airport has suspended all flights in and out of the hub because of an emergency.
Driver plows into cars on shoulder of Parkway, killing a passenger
A crash involving vehicles that had pulled over on the shoulder of the Garden State Parkway on Saturday afternoon left one person dead.
Asbury Park shooting Friday night kills 23-year-old man
Police are investigating a Friday night shooting near Asbury Park Middle School that left a 23-year-old man dead.
Newark Airport grounds all flights in Saturday afternoon emergency
The airport made the announcement stopping all arrivals and departures about 1:30 p.m. after an airplane skidded off a runway.
NJ man stabbed brother after setting house on fire, cops say
A Pemberton Township man has been charged with stabbing his brother after setting their home on fire.
‘Armed & dangerous’ — NJ cops hunt pizza robbery fugitive
Police in Burlington County are looking for a man wanted in connection to a robbery of a pizza deliveryman three months ago.
NJ is giving away $1.5M worth of opioid antidote on June 18
The state will be giving out free doses of the opioid overdose antidote on June 18 as part of an effort to combat drug deaths.
Drug dealer who bragged about killing NJ teen is sent to prison
A Burlington County drug dealer who bragged that his supply had claimed a life was sentenced Thursday.
Catholic Church spent $633K lobbying NJ lawmakers
The Catholic Church spent more than half a million dollars trying to stop lawmakers from extending the statute of limitations on sex abuse cases.
NJ top court keeps deadly hit-run driver out of prison
A woman who mowed down a teenage boy in 2016 and left him for dead will keep her freedom, the state's Supreme Court said this week.