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NJ man fights for right to watch porn in car outside fast-food joint
An Jersey Shore man believes he has the right to watch hardcore porn in his car while using the public W-Fi of a fast-food restaurant.
Atlantic City mayor resigns after 2 years in office — Prison next?
Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam stepped down from City Hall after pleading guilty in federal court.
Feds go after ex-boyfriend in $400K GoFundMe homeless vet scam
The couple started a GoFundMe campaign that went viral.
NJ doctor’s $135K strip club bill is true story behind J.Lo’s ‘Hustlers’
A New Jersey cardiologist helped bring down the women's scheme.
Gloucester Twp. Cop Dragged by Car Driven by Two Teens
Two teenagers were arrested Wednesday night after dragging a police officer almost 50 feet with their car, which crashed into a tree.
NJ cop accused of slowly killing baby had ‘issues bonding,’ mom says
A Ewing father has been charged with murder of a newborn whose mother has been accused of neglecting to get help.
NJ judge who went easy on accused prep school rapist steps down
A Family Court judge who believed that a prep school student should get easy treatment after he was accused of raping a 16-year-old girl is hanging up his robes for good.
NJ cop charged with killing his newborn — raised $17K online
A police officer has been charged with murdering his three-month-old daughter, who died in December.
Raccoon Caged and Set on Fire in New Jersey
Authorities are looking for the person who set a caged raccoon on fire on the Fourth of July.
Tornado Flips Over Car in NJ — Storms Cause Floods, Damage
Another possible tornado may have touched down in New Jersey on Saturday
Burlington County man gets prison for hammering wife to death
Kenneth D. Arsenault will have to serve at least 85% of his term before he is eligible for parole.
Years before Stonewall, Jersey’s gay bars fought the law and won
New Jersey used to shut down bars that allowed gay, lesbian and queer people to congregate. That all changed in 1967.