Bronx Zoo tiger has coronavirus; 1st known U.S. animal, feds say
The 4-year-old Malayan tiger and 6 other tigers & lions that have fallen ill are believed to have been infected by a zoo employee, reps said.
Super Bowl Betting Brings Big Business to Sports Books
Revenue reports began trickling in Monday evening, including the $54.2 million wagered by gamblers in New Jersey.
Casinos Say Atlantic City Needs to Clean Up its ‘Drug Addicts and Prostitutes’
Executives from eight of the city's nine casinos spoke Thursday at a panel sponsored by the Greater Atlantic City Chamber of Commerce on challenges and opportunities facing the seaside gambling resort.
33-year-old soldier from NJ killed in Afghanistan
The Pentagon identified the casualty as Sgt. 1st Class Michael J. Goble of Washington Township.
You are no longer allowed to lease pets in New Jersey
Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law a bill that bars pet dealers from leasing dogs and cats.
Prosecutor: Vineland cops justified in shooting man in standoff
Authorities say a police officer was justified in fatally shooting a man who was carrying garden shears wrapped in a T-shirt.
9 killed in Ohio in second US mass shooting within 24 hours
Dayton police tweeted that an active shooter situation began in the Oregon District at 1 a.m., but officers nearby were able to "put an end to it quickly."
Multiple people killed in Texas shopping shooting — Arrest made
Authorities say multiple people were shot and killed and a suspect was taken into custody in an attack at a shopping complex in El Paso, Texas.
NJ Sets New Rules for Drinking at Microbreweries
New Jersey issued new rules for microbreweries several months after an initial attempt met with resistance from brewers who said their businesses would be hurt.
NJ family sues Texas park over son’s ‘brain-eating amoeba’ death
The family of a Ventnor man who died of a rare germ now is suing the Surf Resort in Waco where they say he contracted it. Fabrizio Stabile was 29.
Ventnor Firefighter Guilty in Million-Dollar Drug Scheme
A Ventnor City firefighter is the latest person to plead guilty in a long-running investigation of a prescription drug fraud scheme.
Salem County man stabbed aunt 47 times, beat her with frying pan
Daryl Graves, of Penns Grove, was sentenced Friday.