Rescue workers clawed through mountains of rubble tonight in a frantic search for survivors - including dozens of missing children - as the death toll mounted after a mile-wide tornado flattened an Oklahoma City suburb
Monster tornado wreaks havoc on Oklahoma; numerous deaths reported, along with widespread damage
Seven Republican bills scheduled to be heard in various committees today were abruptly pulled from the agenda last week by state Senate President Stephen Sweeney
The driver tried to navigate his 2007 Jeep down the 500-foot slope, causing the vehicle to overturn about 20 times, according to the affidavit
The lawsuit charged Community Education Centers, the state of New Jersey, the Department of Corrections, the state Parole Board and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey with failing to prevent David Goodell’s escape and Viviana Tulli’s death
Questions about the mayor-elect making a run for governor are evidence “the bench is very weak” for state Democrats, Fulop told The Jersey Journal.
The state Assembly voted 77-0 to pass the measure
The alleged attacker is in police custody.
Misty went missing Friday. After a weekend-long search, she showed up home around 2 p.m. Monday
The bill is a watered down version of one passed by the state Assembly in March
A Roman Catholic priest in the Archdiocese of Newark was criminally charged today with violating a court-sanctioned agreement that bars him from working with children for life
A 35-year-old Bayonne man was shot multiple times by Jersey City police officers Sunday night after the man reached into his waistband and police believed he was reaching for a gun, authorities said.
The celebration will be canceled this year due to the Department of Defense's recent announcement that most civilian employees will be furloughed beginning in July, base officials said.
Warren Christopher Davis, 32, of Paulsboro, was sentenced Monday to 13 years in New Jersey state prison for his admitted 2011 Uzi-wielding hold-up of the main office of what was then known as The Bank, on Park Avenue in Deptford Township.
Gov. Chris Christie walks with Lavallette Mayor Walter LaCicero and his wife JoAnne on the newly completed boardwalk in town today.Andrew Mills/The Star-Ledger LAVALLETTE — New Jersey will receive between $20 billion and $25 billion of the $60 billion in federal...
A spate of anti-gay attacks in New York City is prompting police to increase their presence in some gay-friendly neighborhoods
This section of East Main Street will be reduced to one lane of traffic in each direction during the bridge replacement project second stage, which is estimated to last about four months, police said.
No firm trial date has been set yet for Mack and his co-defendants, his brother Ralphiel Mack and his campaign donor Joseph "JoJo" Giorgianni. The three are required to appear before Judge Michael Shipp on June 6.
Facebook's logo is shown on a computer screen in this file photo. The Assembly has concurred with Gov. Chris Christie's conditional veto of a bill banning employers from requesting or requiring employees' social network account info.Ted Aljibe/Getty Images TRENTON —...
Supreme Court Justice Barry Albin, shown above at his renomination hearing in 2009, called on members of the New Jersey State Bar Association to defend judges from threats to their independence at the group's annual meeting in Atlantic City today.Star-Ledger...
Three bills aimed at controlling gun violence gained final legislative approval in the Assembly today, making them the first of what is expected to be a big batch of gun control legislation to land on Gov.
TRENTON — New Jersey's medical marijuana law states the program is open to minors, but Gov. Chris Christie said today he is "not inclined to allow" children to participate. "I'm very concerned, if we go down this slope of...
Two township residents facing animal cruelty charges after bringing a malnourished dog to a Tinton Falls animal hospital were arraigned in municipal court on Monday.
The 36-year-old man was struck in the torso, arm and leg, police said.
Also today, the state Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee advanced a bill (S2595) that would provide assistance to municipalities that lose a source of revenue when a major business leaves for another state.
The state Assembly passed a bill that would allow prosecutors to treat the leaders of dogfighting rings like mobsters, as well as legislation to toughen the penalties for abusing animals
Anthony Graziano and Aakash Dalal were indicted on charges that they plotted and carried out attacks on area synagogues.
A huge tornado, believed to be a mile wide, roared through parts of Oklahoma City this afternoon, causing widespread damage
28-year-old Kenvil man jailed in lieu of $50,000 bail.
He escaped with minor injuries