Sand storm: NJ sues town that fixed eroded beach despite ban
New Jersey is suing North Wildwood for repairing beach erosion from an October storm in defiance of a state order.
Regulators limit fracking waste in Delaware River watershed
The Delaware River Basin Commission approved regulations Wednesday meant to restrict the gas industry’s ability to draw water from the river and its tributaries for hydraulic fracturing outside the region.
Jury finds Trump Organization guilty of tax fraud, conspiracy, falsifying records
Donald Trump’s company was convicted of tax fraud on Tuesday in a case brought by the Manhattan District Attorney
Driver killed, passengers trapped in Toms River, NJ marsh
A vehicle flipped over into a marsh over the weekend in Toms River.
Victim also charged after stabbing fight at NJ casino is caught on video
Atlantic City police say officers were dispatched just after 1:30 a.m. Thursday to The Pool at Harrah's Resort and Casino after a report of a fight.
NJ has a plan to chop down 2.4 million trees — to save the Pinelands?
Up to 2.4 million trees would be cut down as part of a project to prevent major wildfires in a federally protected New Jersey forest.
$3B canals, housing proposed for ex-airport in Atlantic City, NJ
Tower Investments and Post Brothers unveiled on Monday a $3 billion housing, office and retail project on the site of the former Bader Field airport in Atlantic City.
Five killed, 18 injured in Colorado gay nightclub shooting, NJ lawmakers react
A gunman opened fire in a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs on Saturday night, killing five people and leaving 18 injured before he was subdued by “heroic” patrons.
Man convicted in NJ attack, slaying of EMT on basis of race
Jurors in Monmouth County convicted Jamil Hubbard of Sayreville of murder Friday in the May 2018 racial attack on Jerry Wolkowitz near his Freehold apartment.
Election results: Gov. DeSantis wins re-election in Florida
Polls closed in two dozen states Tuesday night as the nation voted in the first midterm elections of Joe Biden’s presidency, with control of Congress, governorships and other key races hanging in the balance.
Jurors: Vineland, NJ police didn’t violate rights of man who died
A federal court jury on Oct. 19, 2022, found that Vineland, NJ police did not violate the rights of Phillip White, 32, who died in March 2015.
Report: NJ Dem Sen. Menendez faces new federal probe
Democratic U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez is reportedly the subject of a new federal investigation, according to a report on Wednesday.