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NJ investigating if ‘reckless’ Trump fundraiser broke COVID rules, Murphy says
The fundraiser may have violated prohibitions on large indoor events and food service, the governor said.
Officer dies hours after jumping into river to save accused burglar, police say
Both he and the woman were treated at a nearby hospital, but he died at home hours later.
Isaias traffic, power, closings: Emergency info in this intense storm
The storm could create multiple feet of rain, intense flooding and dangerous winds.
NJ indoor gatherings now capped at 25 people, ‘period’
The tighter restriction won't apply to weddings, funerals, memorial services, religious or political activities.
Almost all students will have to wear masks in school — now mandatory
The state had already recommended face coverings at all times in an effort to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
NJ’s list grows: Visitors from 22 states now have to quarantine for 14 days
Delaware has been taken off the list.
Murphy: Outdoor dining, indoor retail and salons all coming this month
No word yet on when gyms will reopen, but Murphy says they're coming.
Murphy Mulls Reopening as NJ Hospitalizations Go Down for Days
For several days, New Jersey has admitted fewer patients than it has discharged.
NJ sees its 3rd death from coronavirus
The latest victim was a man in his 90s from Bergen County.
‘Not fake news’ — NJ cases nearly double to 178, ages 5-93
The biggest cluster, by far, is in Bergen County.
All NJ schools will close starting Wednesday, Murphy orders
More than 400 districts already have.
NJ Declares First-ever Public Health State of Emergency: What it Means
The declaration does not put in place any travel restrictions, or automatically shut down any public offices or schools, or force businesses to close.