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NJ man gets months in jail for letting his dog die in hot weather
A 31-year-old Brick man was sentenced to nine months in county jail after pleading guilty to leaving his dog caged outside during a blistering hot day.
1 arrest after fireworks spook an evacuation at Howell movie theater
A movie theater was evacuated and a person was arrested on New Year's Day after fireworks outside the building were mistaken for real gunfire.
Lakewood cops take down suspect who had three guns — video
Township police on Tuesday afternoon arrested a man who was carrying three handguns.
NJ stops suspending licenses for small crimes, not paying fines
New Jersey law no longer requires the mandatory suspension of driver's licenses for misdemeanor offenses, drug convictions or failing to pay fines.
Fugitive accused of shooting at cop in Ocean County arrested in NYC
A fugitive wanted on charges of shooting at a police officer Thursday morning in Ocean County has been arrested.
NJ woman dies from vaping, dozens more ill, health officials say
A woman from North Jersey has died from a vaping-related illness, health officials said Tuesday.
4 judges will decide whether to toss nearly 21,000 DWI cases
New Jersey has moved closer to possibly throwing out 20,600 drunk driving cases tied to a state trooper accused of failing to calibrate a breath test device years ago.
Former Mets star Dwight Gooden arrested again in NJ
For the second time in as many months, famed former New York Mets pitcher Dwight Gooden was arrested in a traffic stop in New Jersey.
Screams and squeals as LBI fishermen wrangle 7-foot shark
Watch out for those sharks!
No more alcohol at Sandy Hook: Feds ban booze at Jersey Shore
For years, Sandy Hook stood out for two things: Naked people and booze were both permitted.
Thousand acres burning in Burlington County — highway closed
Firefighters are are battling a forest fire that quickly spread to a thousand acres in Burlington County.
Howell landowner agrees to pay homeless camp residents to leave
The agreement was announced after months of negotiations between a Lakewood businessman and the NJ Coalition to End Homelessness.