New Jersey Powerball Winners Use Jackpot To Help OthersA year removed from a life-changing windfall, a New Jersey family is choosing to use their nearly $430 million in winnings from the Powerball lottery to help others in their hometown.
Man Sentenced for Using Xbox Chat to Ask for Boys' Nude PicsA convicted pedophile who used the messaging service on his Xbox to solicit nude photos from four boys in three states is heading to prison.
Court: Police with Warrant Can View Private Twitter MessagesA New Jersey appeals court has ruled that law enforcement agencies can view private messages and tweets from private accounts on Twitter if they get a warrant.
Girl Who Wanted to Play on Boys' Basketball Team ExpelledA girl who wanted to play for her Roman Catholic school's boys' basketball team has instead been kicked out of school after her family filed a lawsuit.
NJ Transit Resumes Service After Storm DelaysAmtrak and New Jersey Transit trains are halted in New Jersey because of a power line that came down in strong winds.
Woman Who Sought Kidney on Craigslist Gets it From MotherA New Jersey woman who found a kidney donor on Craigslist in 2015 but later was told the organ transplant couldn't happen because of complications has now received a kidney.
Emaciated Dog Tossed Out of Moving Vehicle In New Jersey Authorities are trying to track down the person who tossed an emaciated dog out of a moving car in New Jersey and then drove off.
Hairstylist Uses Pepper Spray On Unhappy Client, Police SayAuthorities say a New Jersey hairstylist used pepper spray on a client who was unhappy with her haircut.
More Than 300 Bears Killed In New Jersey HuntHunters have killed 306 bears during New Jersey's expanded black bear hunt.
NTSB: 1st Recorder Recovered From NJ Train Not WorkingOne data recorder recovered so far from the New Jersey Transit commuter train that crashed in Hoboken killing one and injuring more than 100 others was not functioning on the day of the accident, officials said Sunday.
Federal Data: NJ Transit Had 150 Accidents in 5 Years New Jersey Transit trains have been involved in more than 150 accidents that caused more than $4.8 million in damage to tracks or equipment since 2011, and the commuter rail has paid more than $500,000 to settle safety violations, according to federal data.
Md. Pushing For Life-Saving Tech After Deadly N.J. Train CrashThe recent deadly train crash in New Jersey is re-energizing the effort to get positive train control technology installed on our tracks.