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NJ Transit delays may continue during Tuesday rush hour

The delays were blamed on downed wires, flooding and other issues that gummed up traffic during a stormy rush-hour commute

Bayonne Zoning Board meeting over planned mosque draws hundreds

Hundreds of people have turned out for a long-anticipated city Zoning Board meeting over a proposed Muslim community center that would include a mosque.

Christie, lawmakers moving fast on aggressive bill to tackle N.J. addiction crisis

Top Senators will sponsor the bill, which will get a hearing next week.

Host Stephen Colbert: 2017 Emmys will have 'largest audience ... period'

Colbert has collected nine Emmys for his work on 'The Colbert Report' and 'The Daily Show'

Fugitive in one of the largest credit card fraud cases finally arrested

Habib Chaudhry was one of 18 people first charged by the FBI in February, 2013 in connection with what prosecutors said was one of their largest credit card fraud cases ever

2 teens arrested with 2 handguns in Trenton, police say

The detectives spotted the group congregating in front of a deli in the 600 block of Division Street.

Man charged in connection with fatally hitting cyclist with car

William Nash, 57, of South Amboy, died from head injuries caused by the crash, officials said

N.J. lawmakers argue over 'white men' as override of Christie equal pay veto stalls

The state Senate did not muster enough votes to override Gov. Chris Christie's veto, but the issue may come back in the future.

Feds push back PennEast Pipeline environmental statement

The environmental impact statement, or EIS, was scheduled to be ready in February, but has been pushed to April 7.

N.J. shop owner admits $840K food stamp fraud scheme

Federal prosecutors say the owner of a Newark convenience store owner was trading cash for federal food stamp benefits, and keeping a portion of the proceeds for himself.