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Bayonne Man Swings at Police Officer, Misses, Land in Jail

According to Lt. Eric Amato, Terrence Sheppard, 42, created a disturbance inside Jerry’s Drugs when employees, who recognized him as a suspect in a past robbery, refused to let him use a telephone.


Man Charged in Subway Attack Says Woman Threatened Him

The man facing an assault charge in connection to an attack on a homeless woman on a New York City subway train claims she threatened him with a knife. The court-appointed attorney for Marc Gomez made the claims at the 36-year-old's arraignment early Sunday in Bronx Criminal Court, the New York Post


Career Fair and Job Expo Set for Tuesday

BAYONNE, NJ - The City of Bayonne and the Bayonne Board of Education are set to co-host a career fair and job expo in partnership with the Hudson County One-Stop Career Center on Tuesday.


Special Counsel did not find any evidence that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to influence the 2016 presidential election

Attorney General William Barr reports that Robert Mueller’s team did not find evidence that President Trump colluded with Russian officials to sabotage the 2016 presidential election.


N.J. fixed more bad bridges after raising state gas tax. Now they’re talking about hiking your federal gas tax.

WASHINGTON — New Jersey raised its gas tax three years ago, and since then, there are 24 fewer bridges in poor condition in the state. Now there’s talk about raising the federal gas tax to fund road and bridge construction in New Jersey and across the nation.


Delays on Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge after crash

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- An accident on the upper level of the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge is causing residual delays for Brooklyn-bound drivers. The crash was blocking the left lane on the upper level of the bridge, according to MTA.info.


Powerball lottery hits $750M with no jackpot winner. 8 tickets sold in N.J. win $50K

While no Powerball tickets sold across the country matched the jackpot winning numbers for Saturday’s $625 million lottery drawing, eight tickets worth $50,000 each were sold at locations across New Jersey.


Prosecutor’s office investigating dead woman’s body found in Jersey City park

The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office is investigating a dead woman’s body that was found in the lake of Lincoln Park in Jersey City early this morning and are releasing few other details at this time.


Report: Votes for legal marijuana in New Jersey could fall short Monday

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y.-- New Jersey legislators will vote Monday on a bill that would legalize recreational marijuana in the Garden State. As of Saturday, Governor Phil Murphy and other top Democrats were scrambling for the remaining votes needed in order to pass a bill that Murphy has said he would si


Woman shot by police while trying to light Queens station house on fire: sources

BAYSIDE, Queens — A woman was shot by police in Queens on Sunday afternoon after she tried to light the 111th NYPD Precinct house on fire, sources said. Three people were injured, an FDNY spokesperson said. It’s not immediately clear who the other two people were.


11-year-old boy missing in Newark, NJ

NEWARK, NJ — An 11-year-old boy was reported missing in Newark on Sunday, officials said. Yazir Finklea was last seen shortly before 12:40 p.m. in the 200-block of Broadway, Newark Public Safety Director Anthony Ambrose said.


Mafia-imposed death penalty a likely sentence for Staten Island suspect in murder of Gambino boss Frank Cali

It’s Mob Justice 101, and there are no appeals: The unsanctioned killing of a Mafia boss carries the death penalty. The long-standing organized crime maxim is bad news for the life expectancy of Anthony Comello, the suspect jailed in the Staten Island shooting death of Gambino family head Frank (Fra


Gillibrand delivers kickoff speech in front of Trump hotel

(CNN) — New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand delivered a speech Sunday in front of Trump International Hotel, kicking off her bid for the Democratic presidential nomination after formally joining the race earlier this month.


Oprah in Cape May with NJ native Stedman Graham and Gayle King

Oprah Winfrey recently made her way back to Cape May, along with Gayle King and NJ native Stedman Graham. The media icon, her best friend and her longtime companion were seen taking in a few meals last weekend, including at Uncle Bill's Pancake House, which shared a couple of photos on Instagram.


Mets owner Fred Wilpon values team much lower at only $1.5B

It looks like the New York Mets are worth even less than even some of their most long-suffering fans might think — and are in the financial minors compared with their Subway Series rivals.


Harrison man stabbed during robbery attempt, cops say

HARRISON – A man was victim of a stabbing and robbery attempt Saturday evening, police said. The incident occurred at 415 Davis St. around 6 p.m., cops said. Officers found an 18-year old-male -- who wasn’t far from the location of the original call -- with a stab wound to his abdomen, police said.


Union Police Provide Update on Route 22 Robbery

UNION, NJ - In an ongoing investigation of a robbery that occurred at the Route 22 Wal-Mart location on March 12, Union Police Detective Robert Kiselow's ongoing investigation has eliminated one of the suspects as having committed the crime in Union.


Winning Numbers For $638 Million Powerball Jackpot Announced

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Another huge Powerball jackpot is on the line and the winning numbers announced Saturday night could make someone more than half a billion dollars richer.


East Orange-Newark Border Shooting Under Investigation

A shots fired incident that rang out on the border of Newark-East Orange border has authorities investigating. According to preliminary reports, a ShotSpotter activation alerted Newark Police of a shooting that occurred in the 40's block of Springdale Avenue at approximately 5:50 a.m.


Mueller report released: Findings ‘not enough to establish’ Trump committed obstruction, Barr says

Evidence gathered in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation "is not sufficient to establish" that President Donald Trump committed obstruction of justice. That's according to Attorney General William Barr in a letter to Congress summarizing the finding of the Mueller probe.