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Secaucus man, 76, hit family member with pipe: police

A 76-year-old Secaucus man was charged after he struck a family member with a metal pipe, authorities said.

 

A 76-year-old Secaucus man was charged after he struck a family member with a metal pipe, authorities said.

Police Officer Paul Miller responded to Plaza Center at 5 p.m. on April 22 on a report of a fight, Secaucus

Brooklyn bull escaped the slaughterhouse, but he didn’t last long in N.J.

The 550-pound bull named Shankar died of natural causes about 2 weeks after being brought to Wantage Watch video

Everyone was cheering last fall when a 550-pound bull escaped a New York City slaughterhouse and roamed the streets of Brooklyn.

The so-called "Brooklyn Bull" was on the loose for several hours before being captured and brought to rural Sussex

Convicted terrorist gets life without parole in Brendan Tevlin killing

Ali Muhammad Brown now faces aggravated murder charges in Washington state in three Seattle-area slayings.

Three years, 10 months and six days.

That's how much time had passed between the night Livingston native Brendan Tevlin was gunned down at an intersection in West Orange and Tuesday morning, when the 19-year-old's admitted killer faced Superior Court Judge Ronald D. Wigler in

$795K Jersey Cash 5 jackpot sold in North Jersey

The lucky winner bought the ticket in Paterson

Someone bought a jackpot winning Jersey Cash 5 ticket worth nearly $795,000 for Monday's drawing at a food market in Passaic County.

Q&L Food Market in Paterson. Google Street View 

The lucky winner made the purchase at Q&L Food Market on 5th Avenue in Paterson, state lottery officials said Tuesday.

Police officer charged with taking money for work he didn’t do

Woodland Park Police Sgt. Thomas Bolen, 46, faces 5 years in prison if convicted of theft

A decorated Woodland Park police sergeant and board of education member has been arrested on charges he took money for work he did not perform, authorities said.

Thomas Bolen 

Thomas Bolen, 46, faces up to five years in prison if convicted of

Man seriously injured after being hit by NJ Transit train

He was struck in Aberdeen late Monday night

A man was hospitalized with injuries after being struck by a New Jersey Transit train in northern Monmouth County late Monday, authorities said. 

A North Jersey Coast Line train traveling from New York Penn Station to Long Branch struck the man around 11:30 p.m. near the Cliffwood Avenue crossing in

Flying bags of concrete jams traffic, leaves mess on Route 1

The accident occurred on Route 1 near Buffalo Wild Wings in West Windsor

Bags of concrete flew off a landscaping truck on Route 1 in front of Buffalo Wild Wings Monday morning, leaving the highway covered in powdered concrete and causing traffic delays, according to 511nj.org.

The concrete flew off a landscaping truck on Route 1 Tuesday morning,

Transitional housing program raises $10K with tricky tray (PHOTOS)

The House of Faith, a transitional housing program in Jersey City, raised $10,300 to continue helping the homeless, organization officials announced. The funds were raised at its Spring Tricky Tray event, which was attended by more than 200 people. Local businesses and and individuals came through for the non-profit group by donating 140 prizes. The organization also received a...

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Sleepy 200-lb. bear takes nap in tree, eludes capture in N.J. town

The bear was spotted Monday napping in Sirianni Park near Bergen County Community College.

A black bear roused from its sleep in a tree Monday later climbed down and wandered away through a residential neighborhood, authorities said.

The bear was spotted in the morning, napping in the tree in Sirianni Park near Bergen County Community College.

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It’ll feel like summer in N.J. this week. How long will it last?

The big warmup we've been promising arrives today. Is it finally safe to put away those winter gloves?

You know that annoying chill you felt in the air when you walked outside Monday morning and early Tuesday morning? Forecasters say it will be gone in the next few hours, and is likely staying away the rest of this spring.