A Gloucester Township police officer was injured after police say he was dragged by a car nearly 50 feet.
Two men known for their legendary tempers are about to take them into the ring during a celebrity boxing match.
A 25-year-old Trenton man has been charged with murder after police say he abused and suffocated a 2-year-old girl Wednesday afternoon.
A group of teens planted 400 trees only to have them destroyed by ATV riders just days later.
Pennsville police say they have received numerous complaints about golf carts being driven on public roads.
Officials say they located the body of a missing kayaker Wednesday morning in the vicinity of Thompson Beach near Heislerville, New Jersey.
A woman has been charged with faking her own abduction in attempt to get ransom money from family and friends, Atlantic City Police Department confirms.
A state worker who also heads a local NAACP chapter has been fired from his state job after several anti-Semitic and racist social media posts.
A Newark man is facing multiple charges after police found mummified remains in a closet in his home.
Snakes have apparently moved off planes and into airports.
A stretch of roadway in Cherry Hill is getting a major makeover with the goal of calming traffic.
Federal prosecutors say a large weapons cache was found at a New Jersey man's home after he was involved in an auto accident last month.
Emergency crews have recovered the body of a New York rabbi who drowned after jumping into a lake to rescue two of his children.
A lawsuit over a buffer zone around a New Jersey abortion clinic has been revived.
A new survey from Big 7 Travel Company breaks down the friendliest states in the country, some states in the Delaware Valley didn't exactly make the nice list.
New Jersey Transit is investigating why a train door opened on the wrong side of an outbound train, causing a passenger to fall out of the train.
New Jersey homeowners will soon be able to rent solar panels from Tesla for $50 dollars per month.
Testing to determine whether high lead levels in a few homes in New Jersey’s largest city indicate a more widespread problem could take another month, the mayor said as Newark awaits a judge’s ruling that could force it to expand its distribution of bottled water.
Rail commuters will soon get a clearer picture of how New Jersey Transit is performing.
A line of severe storms left New Jersey residents in cleanup mode once again.