Dolphin Tail Washes Ashore in South Jersey
One day after a partially devoured dolphin washed ashore in South Jersey, we're finding out that an apparent dolphin tail washed up nearby as well.
Expert Confirms Great White Shark Likely Behind Dolphin Remains on South Jersey Beach
Sharks attacking dolphins, or at least trying to, probably happens quite a bit and we never even know about it. Nonetheless, a visitor to one South Jersey beach over the weekend snapped a picture which might indicate sharks are getting extra hungry.
Bid Now: Live Seize the Deal Auction Underway
Townsquare Media is putting on the biggest live auction New Jersey has ever seen. We're talking about more than 35 items up for grabs, all with starting bids at 60% off their retail value.
Missing Ocean City Teenager Found in Texas
The autistic 16-year-old girl from Ocean City, who officials have been searching for for nearly a week has been found.
Operation Hat Trick Raises Thousands for Sandy Victims
Follow Operation Hat Trick on the air and online as NHL stars put on a show at Boardwalk Hall to raise money for Hurricane Sandy relief.
Hurricane Sandy Approaching [LIVE VIDEO]
Hurricane Sandy has not yet made landfall, but is still pummeling South Jersey. Below is a live video feed from Wildwood, courtesy of Matt Ulmer.
Evacuations Issued in Brigantine
According to the Brigantine Office of Emergency Management Office via Facebook, Brigantine has issued VOLUNTARY evacuation orders or Brigantine Beach, NJ starting now. A Mandatory evacuation order will be issued on Sunday October 28, starting at 08:00 A...
Mandatory Evacuations in Place for Cape May
Cape May County announced moments ago that there is a voluntary evacuation for all barrier islands in Cape May. That voluntary evacuation will become mandatory on Sunday, before the full impact of hurricane Sandy hits the East Coast...
Lynyrd Skynyrd Sticks With Confederate Flag [POLL]
October 20, 2012 is about 3 weeks away. It's a date Lynyrd Skynyrd fans know because it'll mark 35 years since a plane crashed in rural Mississippi, leaving Ronnie Van Zant, Steve Gaines, Cassie Gaines, and several others dead. And while it appeared to put an end to the rise of a southern rock band on the cusp of greatness, Lynyrd Skynyrd, itself, did not die in that crash. It lived on. But now, 3