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State troopers to set up a sobriety checkpoint in Cumberland County

The sobriety checkpoint will be set up on Friday, New Jersey State Police say.

Bayonne honors Holocaust victims and survivors at ceremony

"The great way to understand what happened during the Nazi era is to hear from those who lived through it."

This ex-NYC mayor just endorsed Jim Johnson for N.J. governor

Jim Johnson, a Democratic candidate for New Jersey governor, received the endorsement of a former New York City mayor Wednesday.

Corrections officer attacked at N.J. youth facility, union says

Union says COs injured on the job should get better benefits.

Customer helps thwart bank robbery in Jersey City, authorities say

The man entered the bank wearing a gas mask and carrying a long metal rod, officials said.

N.J. governor candidate sues for a spot in debates

Hirsh Singh, a little-known Republican candidate, also claims that he has raised more than $900,000.

Accused killer slugs admitted killer in Hudson County jail, authorities say

A Jersey City man charged with murdering a man and attempting to murder a 10-year-old when gunfire erupted on Easter Sunday has now been charged with assaulting another inmate at the Hudson Cou

Wrong-way crash passenger tells jury he can't be a cop anymore due to injuries

Patrik Kudlac testified to the events of the night before the March 20, 2015 crash with Pedro Abad, the ex-cop and his former friend, behind the wheel.

Jury asks for 'reasonable doubt' definition in trial of man who stabbed mom's ex-boyfriend

The trial of Francis S. Thomas has been underway since April 17

Man wounded in daylight Trenton shooting

Police were alerted to the shooting in the 600 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard at about 12:20 p.m.