The agency said it and other law enforcement agencies are looking for 47-year-old Gregory Yetman. The FBI was being joined by law enforcement officers from state, county and local police.
Towns across the U.S. want to stop building homes that are vulnerable to climate-driven disasters, like wildfires, floods and droughts. It's easier said than done.
The former president of the latest version of the United States Football League is launching a spring football league for high school players. Brian Woods says his Prep Super League will begin next year with a six-week season.
"My initial reaction is exactly what yours was," a resident of Old Bridge, N.J., told NPR about the pounds of pasta found along a local brook. "It was funny and humorous and mortifying."
Two dolphins were discovered on the shore in Sandy Hook Bay in New Jersey last week. By Tuesday, rescuers had discovered eight stranded dolphins in total.
The fact it was hoodwinked into sisterhood with a fictional city means that Newark, N.J., is more trusting and innocent than one would think.
Experts don't know what's behind the years-long trend of whale deaths. But there's no evidence connecting the deaths to offshore wind development, which is less noisy than fossil fuel exploration.
Bobbi Wilson went on a mission to save New Jersey's trees, capturing spotted lanternflies. That frightened her neighbor, who called the cops. Now, her bug collection is part of a Yale museum.
New Jersey officials are condemning the attempted arson attack as well as an unrelated "possible bias-motivated incident" at a church over the weekend. The state is no stranger to antisemitic threats.
The art teacher is being charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and endangering the welfare of children.
An 18-year-old is accused of posting a broad online threat that spurred heightened security at Jewish synagogues and schools in New Jersey.
The alert was posted after officials discovered an online threat directed broadly at synagogues in New Jersey, a law enforcement official said.
Gov. Phil Murphy sent a letter to nearly 60 businesses suggesting they could expand into New Jersey because the state protects abortion rights.
Passaic Mayor Hector Lora told residents in a video posted on Facebook to stay away from the area and keep their windows closed.
Essex County, N.J., officials said that 14-year-old JaShyah Moore was spotted in Harlem and that it "appears she was a runaway." Prosecutors charged her mother with child endangerment.