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  1. Man, 27, Killed In Newark Shooting

    Man, 27, Killed In Newark Shooting

    A 27-year-old man was fatally shot in Newark Sunday, authorities said.Haneef Sanders was taken to Beth Israel Hospital where he was pronounced dead at approximately 2:15 p.m., following the incident at 98 Maple Ave.,  Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens, II, and Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose said.The investigation is active and ongoing. ...

  2. Linden Police Officer, Pickup Driver Seriously Injured In Crash With Utility Truck

    Linden Police Officer, Pickup Driver Seriously Injured In Crash With Utility Truck

    A Linden police officer and pickup truck driver were hospitalized with serious injuries in a Tuesday morning crash, authorities said.The police car, a 2018 Ford Explorer, collided with a 2017 Freightlier utility truck, which hit a 2004 F-150 pickup on impact around 11:40 a.m. at the intersection of  S. Wood Ave & 19th St., Linden Police Lt. Christopher Guenther said.The ...

  3. Police: Staten Island Driver Spun Out, Crossed Median In Double-Fatal South Brunswick Wreck

    Police: Staten Island Driver Spun Out, Crossed Median In Double-Fatal South Brunswick Wreck

    The two drivers killed in a head-on crash Memorial Day morning in South Brunswick were identified by police as a Lawrenceville woman and Staten Island man.Michael Santana, 24, of Staten Island, was headed northbound on Route 130 when he lost control the vehicle and spun out around 7:35 a.m., according to South Brunswick Police Deputy Chief Jim Ryan.Santana's car then crossed over the ...

  4. Murphy OKs In-Person Graduation Ceremonies

    Murphy OKs In-Person Graduation Ceremonies

    New Jersey graduates will be getting a ceremony this year, after all.Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday announced he is allowing high schools and colleges to hold outdoor graduation ceremonies that comply with social distancing.The move goes into effect July 6."To the Class of 2020, I am proud to say that you will have your opportunity to join with your classmates and families to ...

  5. SEEN IT? State Police Seek Vehicle Stolen Out Of Atlantic County

    SEEN IT? State Police Seek Vehicle Stolen Out Of Atlantic County

    Authorities are seeking the public's help in locating a vehicle stolen out of Atlantic County.A Ford F-250 with New Jersey license plates MHP81B was stolen from a home in Weymouth Township sometime between 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 21 and 6:30 a.m. on Friday, May 22.Anyone with information is asked to contact the New Jersey State Police Buena Vista Station at 609-561-1800. Anonymous ...

  6. TONIGHT: New Jersey Athletes Compete On NBC's 'The Titan Games'

    TONIGHT: New Jersey Athletes Compete On NBC's 'The Titan Games'

    One is a firefighter. Another quit her corporate job to pursue a career in fitness. The third is a DJ with an incredible weight loss journey.All three are New Jersey residents and among 32 contestants on Season 2 of NBC's "The Titan Games," premiering Monday, May 25 at 8 p.m.The three competitors representing New Jersey are Courtney Roselle, a professional CrossFit athlete and Cedar ...

  7. Police: Staten Island Driver Spins Out, Crosses Median In Double-Fatal South Brunswick Wreck

    Police: Staten Island Driver Spins Out, Crosses Median In Double-Fatal South Brunswick Wreck

    The two drivers killed in a head-on crash Memorial Day morning in South Brunswick were identified by police as a Lawrenceville woman and Staten Island man.Michael Santana, 24, of Staten Island, was headed northbound on Route 130 when he lost control the vehicle and spun out around 7:35 a.m., according to South Brunswick Police Deputy Chief Jim Ryan.Santana's car then crossed over the ...

  8. Paterson Has COVID-19 Contact Tracing Model U.S. Can Follow, Report Says

    Paterson Has COVID-19 Contact Tracing Model U.S. Can Follow, Report Says

    Paterson has something the U.S. can emulate: Its coronavirus contact tracing system.The city has been able to successfully trace approximately 90 percent of its more than 5,900 coronaviruses cases, Paterson health official Dr. Paul Persaud said in a recent New York Times article."Twenty miles to the west of New York City, Paterson, a poor, largely nonwhite city of about 150,000, ...

  9. KNOW THEM? Newark Police Seek Porch Pirates, Missing Man

    KNOW THEM? Newark Police Seek Porch Pirates, Missing Man

    Authorities in Newark are seeking a pair of men wanted in connection with a package theft, along with a man reported missing.Lawrence Nesmith, 47, was last seen May 9 near 150 Bergen St., Newark Police Director Anthony Ambrose said.Nesmith is 6 feet tall and 240 pounds with a dark brown complexion, black hair and brown eyes. He also has poor vision in both eyes and a tattoo on his ...

  10. Hospital Patient Shows Up At NJ Nurse's House, Tries Kidnapping Her, Police Say

    Hospital Patient Shows Up At NJ Nurse's House, Tries Kidnapping Her, Police Say

    A hospital patient from Lakewood showed up at the house of a nurse who cared for him the previous night and tried kidnapping her as she and her mother defended themselves with a knife, authorities said.Leonardo Larrarte, 37, knocked on the door of the nurse's home on Newton’s Corner Road in the Ramtown section of Howell just before 3:30 p.m. Friday, police said in a ...

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