Cops ID Teen Killed Outside Atlantic City School
Police are increasing patrols near an Atlantic City school after gunfire erupted leaving one teenager dead and another wounded.
Online Gambling Accounts Near 150K in NJ
The number of Internet gambling accounts created in New Jersey continues to grow and is nearing 150,000.
Atlantic City Murder Rate Drops to 30-Year Low
Law enforcement officials in Atlantic City are ringing out 2013 with some good news.
Immigrant Tuition Bill Advances
A bill that would help students in the U.S. illegally pay for their college educations has advanced.
Snow Totals from Sunday’s Storm
Snow totals from Sunday's snow according to the National Weather Service. How much snow did you get?
Preliminary Accord In NJ-Live Nation Ticket Suit
Hundreds of thousands of concertgoers who attended shows at New Jersey's PNC Bank Arts Center could get free tickets and discount coupons under terms of a preliminary court settlement with promoter Live Nation.
NJ Fines Showboat Casino for Unshuffled Cards
New Jersey's top casino regulator has fined the Showboat casino hotel $7,000 for playing games with unshuffled cards, and violating rules regarding the money counting room.
Sinkhole Develops in South Jersey
Crews are working to repair a sinkhole that apparently opened up overnight in a south Jersey town.
Golden Nugget OK’d for NJ Online Gambling Test
The Golden Nugget Atlantic City was cleared Thursday evening to begin a test of Internet gambling, joining six other casinos approved earlier in the day.
Atlantic City May Place Cameras on Cops
Officials are considering whether to place cameras on Atlantic City police officers.
House Explodes in South Jersey; Couple Pulled from Debris
A town official in Cape May County says neighbors worked to free an elderly couple trapped in the debris of a house that exploded.
GOP Claims Big Upset in Atlantic City Mayor Race
Republican Don Guardian claimed an upset victory in Atlantic City's mayoral race Tuesday night over longtime incumbent Democrat Lorenzo Langford.