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WANTED: 20 Sex Offenders Could Be in Your NJ Neighborhood
Of the nearly 4,500 registered sex offenders on New Jersey's public database, nearly two dozen are actively wanted by the police.
New Jersey Becomes First State to Ban Circus Animals
New Jersey on Friday became the first state in the nation to ban wild and exotic animals from circus acts.
Someone should tell these drivers: Yes, school bus ‘STOP’ means stop
The fines and penalties for violating this law are stiff.
Is that illegal? A list of everything NJ looking to ban or prohibit
We took a look through the Legislature's bills and found even more things lawmakers are seeking to ban and prohibit in the Garden State
NJ educator raped students during school and in homes, prosecutor says
A head teacher at a Bridgeton school has been charged with raping two middle school students in the school building and their homes.
North Wildwood Child Molester Keeps Getting Caught with Child Porn
For child molester Timothy Corwonski of North Wildwood, it won't be his first time behind bars.
These 24 Men Tried to Have Sex with Boys and Girls, NJ says
They thought they were chatting online with teenage boys and girls — and many of them traveled to Toms River to meet the underage prey for sex, officials say.
Camden County teacher charged with trying to meet 14-year-old for sex
A Camden County elementary school teacher has been charged with trying to meet up with a 14-year-old girl for sex.
2 nasty, dangerous bugs spotted in more NJ counties
Two species of nasty, dangerous bugs that authorities have been keeping an eye on have now been spotted in two additional Central Jersey counties.
Cumberland County Man Loses FL Security Job After Viral Fart Videos Cause Stink
A former New Jersey man won dubious fame but lost his job after posting videos of himself passing gas at work.
Murphy to Veto Shopping Bag Tax Amid Push for Outright Ban
There won't be a 5-cent tax on plastic and paper shopping bags after Gov. Phil Murphy takes his veto pen to the legislation, paving the way for an outright ban of plastic bags and straws.
NJ youth football coach shot dead while children played
A youth basketball coach was gunned down in middle school parking lot while young children played football.