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  1. Two Wounded, One Killed In Jersey City Shooting

    Two Wounded, One Killed In Jersey City Shooting

    The Hudson County Prosecutor's Office is investigating a multiple shooting that occurred during the overnight hours Saturday and left one person dead. Prosecutor Esther Suarez did not immediately release much information but said two others were also shot in the same incident, on New Heckman Drive. This story will be updated as more information becomes available. 

  2. Jersey City Man Who Killed Elderly Neighbor During Robbery Gets Life

    Jersey City Man Who Killed Elderly Neighbor During Robbery Gets Life

    A Jersey City man will spend the rest of his life behind bars after getting a life sentence Friday for a burglary that turned into a brutally violent attack on his elderly neighbor three years ago. Jeffrey Harley, 53, was sentenced to life subject to the no early release act, meaning he must serve at least 63 years in prison before earning parole eligibility. Harley previously ...

  3. Missing Teen May Harm Himself, Newark Police Say

    Missing Teen May Harm Himself, Newark Police Say

    Police in Newark are asking for the public's help in locating a 16-year-old boy who was described as suicidal when he went missing Friday. Shawn Harris was last seen in the 100 block of Chelsea Avenue. He is Hispanic, with a light brown complexion, 5'9" and 140 lbs. He was wearing a gray T-shirt with the words "East Side" on the front in red letters. He was also wearing gray sweat ...

  4. Boy, 12, Struck By Van In Union Wednesday Dies

    Boy, 12, Struck By Van In Union Wednesday Dies

    A 12-year-old who was hit by a van near an intersection in Union Wednesday night has died, police said. The boy was struck by a driver who did not remain at the scene around 8 p.m. near Forest Drive and Galloping Hill Road. The boy was rushed to University Hospital in Newark in critical condition, where he died late Friday morning. The Union County Prosecutor's Office ...

  5. Dapper Thief Swipes Passport, Nearly $4K At Airport Hotel: Newark Police

    Dapper Thief Swipes Passport, Nearly $4K At Airport Hotel: Newark Police

    Police in Newark are asking the public to help find a man who stole a backpack containing a passport and $3,800 in cash. An image from surveillance video shows a man in a suit take the item July 12 at the Spring Hill Suites hotel near Newark Liberty International Airport. After grabbing the backpack, the man is seen entering an electric-blue four-door Mazda and driving off. He ...

  6. Woman With Small Child Seen Taking Package From Hoboken Stoop

    Woman With Small Child Seen Taking Package From Hoboken Stoop

    Video posted to Twitter shows a woman pushing a baby stroller and accompanied by a young girl on a scooter take a package from the front stoop of a Hoboken home. Neighbors in Hoboken say this video shows a mother stealing a package, with a young child as an apparent lookout! My report coming up at 11p #NBCNewYork pic.twitter.com/IYXF3QewQw— Michael George (@mgeorge4NY) July 19, ...

  7. PETA Offering Reward For Info On Raccoon Burned To Death In Plainfield

    PETA Offering Reward For Info On Raccoon Burned To Death In Plainfield

    The animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest of whomever burned a trapped raccoon to death in Plainfield recently. “The terror and agony that this animal must have felt when set on fire are almost unimaginable,” said PETA Senior Director of Cruelty Casework Stephanie Bell. “PETA urges ...

  8. Three Youths Charged In Swastika Graffiti Incidents In Bayonne

    Three Youths Charged In Swastika Graffiti Incidents In Bayonne

    Two teens and another youth have been charged with placing Nazi-style graffiti in three different locations in Bayonne, the city’s Office of Emergency Management announced.“Thousands of Bayonne residents fought against Nazi Germany during World War II. Our community rejects swastikas, nooses and all other hateful symbols and everything they represent,” Mayor Jimmy Davis said in a ...

  9. Woman Hit By Car In Summit Gets $1.4M Settlement

    Woman Hit By Car In Summit Gets $1.4M Settlement

    A woman who suffered serious injuries when she was hit by a car in Summit three years ago has settled for $1.4 million, the woman's lawyer said Thursday. A driver trying to retrieve a ticket for a parking lot at DeForest and Woodland avenues July 12, 2016, accidentally stepped on the gas, crashing through the gate, according to the plaintiff’s attorney, Kathyrn Schwartzstein of ...

  10. Toys R Us Opening Paramus Store As Part Of Comeback: Report

    Toys R Us Opening Paramus Store As Part Of Comeback: Report

    Toys R Us is slowly coming back to life after closing all its stores a year ago, opening two new locations -- including one in New Jersey’s shopping mecca, The Washington Post reported Thursday.The chain, which was previously based in Wayne, has announced plans to open a location in Westfield Garden State Plaza in Paramus. Another store will be opened in Houston. The stores will be ...

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