Three police officers were shot early Friday morning when a prisoner grabbed the firearm from a police officer's holster and opened fire inside the Gloucester Township police station, authorities said.
Server Sues Grand Lux Cafe Following Alleged Rape
A server at the Grand Lux Cafe at the Cherry Hill Mall has filed a lawsuit against the restaurant and its parent company, alleging sexual harassment by a trainer who she claims raped her, then shared a nude photo of her with other restaurant employees this summer.
Home Health Aide Charged with Sexually Abusing Teen
A home health aide from Paterson was charged Friday for allegedly sexually abusing a 15-year-old River Edge girl while being employed in the family's residence.
Three individuals, including one of the restaurant's waitresses, have been charged in connection with the attempted armed robbery of a pizzeria owner outside his Wyckoff home Friday night.
An 8-year-old Newark boy remains hospitalized after being stabbed Saturday night by his mother, who later killed herself, according to Acting Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn Murray.
Three members of a Georgia family were killed Thursday morning in a crash on the New Jersey Turnpike involving two tractor-trailers.
Jersey Shore — Barrier island residents who are customers of New Jersey American Water can once again use their home's water supply for drinking and cooking.
The company announced Thursday that a "Do Not Consume" order had been lifted after testing showed the water was safe to drink.
Fire Gutted Wayne Home on Christmas Night
A Wayne home was gutted Christmas night by a fire that appears to have started when a plastic bucket of hot ashes left on the back deck caught fire while the home's residents were away visiting relatives.
Manasquan Approves $13.5M in Rebuilding Spending
What Manasquan Borough calls its "Emergency Protection and Recovery Plan" was approved for $13.5M over three ordinances, to address damaged beachfront and other infrastructure impacted by Hurricane Sandy.
Borough Administrator Joe DeIorio explained at the previous borough council meeting that the three ordinances — $7.4 million in beach rebuilding, $5.548 million in water and sewer costs and another half million in other capital improvements — is both to rebuild and improve gaps in emergency operations.
Partner Charged With $400K Theft From Saddle Brook Clothing Company
Lina Martinez, of Clifton, allegedly stole approximately $400,000 from the Saddle Brook fashion design company where she was a partner.