Toyota recalls 280,000 vehicles for potentially dangerous software glitch
Toyota is recalling about 280,000 pickup trucks and SUVs in the U.S. to fix a transmission problem that can let the vehicles creep forward while in neutral.
Bill would let Atlantic City, NJ casinos keep smoking with some more restrictions
Atlantic City casinos would be able to continue to allow gamblers to smoke on the casino floor under a new bill that would impose additional restrictions on lighting up.
United Airlines set to resume flights in March to Tel Aviv from Newark, NJ
United Airlines says it plans to resume flights to Israel next month, reviving a route that was suspended in October at the start of the Israel-Hamas war.
Hockey One. Hockey Two. Two outdoor NHL games at MetLife Stadium with playoff implications
Hockey is coming back to the New Jersey Meadowlands this weekend with MetLife Stadium serving as the venue for the NHL’s Stadium Series. They'll be two games in two days, pitting four Metropolitan Division rivals separated by about a 100-mile corridor that runs from New York to Philadelphia. Roughly 140,000 fans are expected to sit in bone-chilling temperatures waiting for a goal or great save. The New Jersey Devils are scheduled to play the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday night and the Rangers and Islanders will face off Sunday afternoon in an all-NYC contest.
South Jersey school district settles sex abuse lawsuit for $6 million
A southern New Jersey school district will pay $6 million to settle a lawsuit brought by two students who claim a teacher sexually assaulted them for years.
Driver sentenced to 25 years in deaths during Wildwood, NJ pop-up car rally
A driver charged in separate crashes that killed two people during a pop-up car rally in southern New Jersey has been sentenced to 25 years in state prison.
At least 8 children among 22 hit by gunfire at end of Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade; 1 person killed
Eight children were among 22 people hit by gunfire in a shooting at the end of Wednesday's parade to celebrate the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl win, authorities said, as terrified fans ran for cover and yet another high-profile public event was marred by gun violence. One person was killed.
Shooting after Chiefs’ parade seemed to stem from dispute, police say
The mass shooting that unfolded amid throngs of people at the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl celebration appeared to stem from a dispute between several people, authorities said Thursday.
NJ denies bulkhead for shore town with wrecked sand dunes
New Jersey is refusing to allow a shore town whose sand dunes have washed away in places to build a bulkhead, ruling that no one is in imminent danger.
NJ casinos have no duty to stop compulsive gamblers from betting, judge rules
A judge has ruled that Atlantic City’s casinos have no legal obligation to stop compulsive gamblers from betting.
Bill to ban smoking in Atlantic City, NJ casinos moves forward
A measure that would prohibit smoking in Atlantic City's casinos moved forward Monday after three years of going nowhere, heartening casino workers who say they are literally sick and tired of having smoke blown in their faces at work.
Jersey Shore town trying not to lose the man vs. nature fight on its eroded beaches
A New Jersey shore town locked in a legal battle with the state over tens of millions of dollars it has spent trying -- mostly in vain -- to hold back the ocean now is more vulnerable than ever.