Debra Boucher, 62, of Rockaway Township, crashed her red 2001 Chevrolet on Sunday while her 40-year-old son, James, was a passenger in the vehicle, authorities said.
According to a police spokesperson, the horses were dehydrated, had sores and other issues.
A Piscataway teacher accused of having sexual relations with a student has been stripped of his teachers credentials.
Prosecutors believe it is the largest number of medical professionals ever to plead guilty in a bribery investigation.
Former Assemblyman Robert Schroeder is accused of stealing $1.9 million from people who loaned him money, and writing $3.4 million in bad checks.
The city painted over the offending portion of the Newark Avenue Monopoly board this afternoon.
The victim was on her way home from her job at the township Burger King when the crash happened, police said.
Thursday could be another busy day for state lawmakers in Trenton.
Threat of rain returns overnight and into Friday
Painstaking attention was paid to every detail throughout the restoration of the Duke Farms' historic Coach Barn in an effort to return it to its original state.
Any hope of seeing the city budget fixed and passed by the end of June is gone at this point, but city Business Administrator Joe DeMarco says officials are close to resolving the matter.
A judge has given permission for a mother who is in jail to attend the funeral of her son who was accidentally shot by his brother, sources say.
Port Authority officials approved buying $170 million in new equipment, which sets the stage for eliminating cash tolls. But that equipment won't begin testing until Dec. 2020.
He has 10 prior arrests, two disorderly persons convictions, criminal convictions for robbery and drug possession.
Bill Palatucci is in a small group of Donald Trump supporters tasked with reviewing convention rules.
Several older model Hondas may have serious defect
Fireworks -- one of the few things that people from the past 200+ years have all shared the same way.
As the case steams toward a September trial date, lawyers are deep in battle over evidence -- or the lack thereof.
From deadly mob disputes to heated political battles and entertainment squabbles, New Jersey has had more than its fair share of nasty - and sometimes wacky - feuds. One involved a cannon, another involved toilet paper.
Heart disease, cancer and stroke killed more than half of the 71,000 people who died in 2014.
Patrol cars on the lookout for aggressive drivers, fireworks and other violations.
The Democratic-controlled Legislature won't override Christie's gun ban for domestic abusers but will draft a new bill.
Daniel Gatson proclaimed his innocence and said his case shouldn't have been heard in federal court.
The reprimand comes nearly three years after the councilman voted "yes" on a resolution he acknowledges he should have abstained from voting on.
The victims were shot to death in the kitchen of their home.
A NJ Transit rider snapped this photo of a red fox walking along the westbound platform in Somerville on Thursday, June 30, 2106.
Diniek Forbes, 18, and Shaquille Spruiel, 23, are both charged with the murder of 37-year-old Willie Lee Major, who was fatally shot in May.
According to its Trulia listing the taxes for the property were $26,954 in 2015.
Eight different beers will be on tap when Flemington's Lone Eagle Brewing opens in July 2016.
A year is a lifetime in politics, and Christie's was a dog year.