Guilty: Man admits role in $400K GoFundMe homeless vet scam
The couple started a GoFundMe campaign that went viral.
Woman struck, killed helping driver of RV famous for its Trump stickers
The vehicle had been disabled in the right lane without working lights, police said.
Firefighter says she was raped, burned, tortured — Instructor calls it lies
An aspiring firefighter says an Ocean County Fire Academy instructor tied, blindfolded, burned and brutally raped her. He says it's not true.
Mueller Report: Christie tried to stop Trump from thwarting investigation
Former Gov. Chris Christie cautioned President Donald Trump against firing the special counsel investigating his administration.
Man with gas cans at cathedral is NJ college prof who teaches God class
Authorities were trying to figure out his intentions but said he was already known to police.
Jersey City preschooler dies after not waking from school nap
Authorities are investigating why a preschool died after never waking up from his nap on Thursday.
‘My son’s murder was senseless, not retaliation’ — 3 charged in NJ teen’s death
Three teenage boys face charges in the shooting death of a high school student.
NJ’s minimum wage goes up Jan. 1; Murphy and Dems want more
Most NJ residents are on board with a smaller hike than Murphy has planned.
Fatal TCNJ crash driver staggered out of bar 3X legal limit — prosecutors
The judge called the case a complicated one and wanted to review case law before rendering a decision which is expected on Wednesday.
Trenton marks 228 years as New Jersey’s capital
Before the city was the state capital it was the site of meetings of the Hunterdon County freeholders. It was not even designated as a city at the time.