Trenton Marks 228 Years as New Jersey’s Capital
Before the city was the state capital it was the site of meetings of the Hunterdon County freeholders. It was not even designated as a city at the time.
Finding the Best Hiking Spots to See NJ’s Fall Foliage
The peak of the fall foliage is expected to be in the middle of October and there are trails all over the state for hikers of all skill levels.
Killer Babysitter From Toms River Thinks Her Punishment is Too Harsh
A Toms River babysitter convicted of shaking an infant to death in 2012 thinks her 15-year prison sentence is excessive.
Walmart Giving Raises and Bonuses to Employees After Tax Reform
Walmart and Sam's Club will offer a starting salary of $11 an hour while giving existing employees a cash bonus of up to $1,000.
After Telling Woman ‘You Should —- Me,’ Wildwood Republican Compares Himself to Jesus
Brian McDowell will remain on the ballot in the GOP primary.
These 88 NJ Schools Had Lead in Water — ‘Poland Springs’ Not Real Fix, Activists Say
More than 30 school districts reported unsafe lead levels with others filing for waivers or exemptions from regulations put in place last July.
Ft. Lauderdale Airport Shooter Named as NJ-Born Man With Military ID
Authorities say five people were killed and eight wounded in the shooting.
Four Dead, 14 Wounded at Fort Hood
The gunman was identified as a soldier who died of self-inflicted gunshot wounds during the incident at the Texas military base.
Chris Christie on Ask the Governor
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was live in our studio Wednesday night for Ask the Governor on the Townsquare Radio Network. You can watch the show again (below) and check out the best tweets.
Flight to AC Airport Struck by Lightning, No Injuries
No injuries were reported when a Spirit Airlines plane flying to Atlantic City was struck by lightening Thursday night.
Two Pennsyvlania Children Found Safe
New Jersey State Police say two children abducted from central Pennsylvania that were the subject of an Amber Alert have been recovered safe.