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Deportations are up: These are the countries where they’re from
Immigration arrests and deportations in New Jersey are the highest they've been since Donald Trump won the presidential election
Lawyer: Uncle Paul is innocent — find family’s real killer!
A man accused of slaying his own brother, sister-in-law, niece and nephew days before Thanksgiving is maintaining his innocence.
All over money: Colts Neck family of 4 shot and stabbed by uncle, prosecutor says
A couple and their two children were shot and killed and their home set ablaze by a relative motivated by financial greed, prosecutors said Thursday.
Dems in NJ win 11 of 12 House seats: Andy Kim defeats pro-Trump congressman
More than two weeks after Election Day, the closest congressional race in New Jersey has been decided in favor of a Democratic challenger
2018 New Jersey election results — Good night for Democrats
We'll be updating this page with live results tonight from the six most-watched congressional races in New Jersey.
Mikie Sherrill wins NJ 11th District race against Jay Webber
For the first time since 1985, North Jersey's 11th Congressional District will be represented by a Democrat.
Ocean County officer cleared in failed suicide-by-cop shooting
State investigators say a police officer was justified in shooting a knife-wielding man at his family's Jackson home.
Top investigator fired after NJ cut $2.6M deals with Lakewood cheats
The State Comptroller says a rogue staffer was removed from his position but won't name him.
Is that illegal? A list of everything NJ looking to ban or prohibit
We took a look through the Legislature's bills and found even more things lawmakers are seeking to ban and prohibit in the Garden State
In NJ, dead people are getting vote-by-mail notices
As the November midterm election approaches, county clerks and election boards in New Jersey have been scrambling to update their voter rolls.
These 24 men tried to have sex with boys and girls, NJ says
They thought they were chatting online with teenage boys and girls — and many of them traveled to Toms River to meet the underage prey for sex, officials say.
Murphy to veto shopping bag tax amid push for outright ban
The legislation would have placed a 5-cent fee on single-use plastic and paper bags. The money would have been used for a Healthy Schools and Community Lead Abatement Fund.