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Landlord pleads not guilty to killing tenant, report says

He allegedly shot his 58-year-old tenant once in the chest after the two had an argument.

Ex-U.S. attorney: Christie comparison of Clinton to Petraeus has 'no merit'

TRENTON -- Gov. Chris Christie has repeatedly said, as recently as Sunday, that Hillary Clinton should be prosecuted, in part, because she's guilty of some of the same crimes tha

Trenton firefighter hooks rare cubera snapper at Shore

The snappers are common in the Caribbean but rare north of Florida.

Drunken driver speeds through Guttenberg, flips car several times, police say

He allegedly drove 80 mph and plowed through several stop signs on Bergenline Avenue in Guttenberg before he crashed in the Edgewater.

Take a look inside, ride World War II-era planes

The Collings Foundation's "Wings of Freedom" tour offers visitors ground tours and flights of four historic planes

Judge orders 'independent' inspection of Wegmans site in Hanover

The environmental challenge was filed by the owner of 29 ShopRite supermarkets

6 Sayreville football players in hazing case avoid detention, Megan's Law

All six of the defendants whose cases have been resolved avoided detention.

Man in critical after motorcycle strikes Route 33 guardrail

A Freehold man was hospitalized Monday after the motorcycle he was riding crashed into a Route 33 guardrail.

With eye on local control, Newark officials push to speed up state evaluation process

The city's School Advisory Board passed a resolution last week that would require the state to deliver its QSAC results within 90 days after completing the assessment