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Police Looking For Speeding Hit-And-Run Driver Who Killed Man On His Way To Work In Delaware County

YEADON, Pa. (CBS) — A grieving widow wants answers after her husband was killed in a hit-and-run. Police say the victim was in the wrong place at the wrong time and got caught in between two speeding drivers.


Princeton Employer Named Best In NJ By Forbes For 2019

PRINCETON, NJ — Princeton's NRG Energy was named as the the best employer in New Jersey by Forbes in its recently released annual list of the best large employers in America.


Mueller report takeaways: What comes next

Predictably, the full 448-page special counsel report into Russian interference in the 2016 election offered a much more complicated picture than the one presented in the four-page summary by Attorney General William Barr that had dominated discussion.


Harrison Greenbaum At Princeton's McCarter Theatre On April 22

PRINCETON, NJ — From McCarter Theatre Center: Harrison Greenbaum is a unique voice in the art of stand-up comedy magic and his live performances have been lauded by audiences and critics alike. His critically acclaimed show, Harrison Greenbaum: What Just Happened? ran Off-Broadway in 2016 and 2017 a


N.J. trooper charged with possessing child porn

A 47-year-old New Jersey state trooper was arrested Thursday and charged with possessing child pornography, prosecutors said. Jefrrey G. Reitz, of Williamstown, was being held pending a court appearance on third-degree possession of child pornography. Reitz, who was assigned to the Commercial Carrie


10 Big-Ticket Events Coming Up Near Princeton

PRINCETON, NJ — New and exciting events are coming to the Princeton area all the time. Whether you're looking to attend a concert or sporting event, theater performance or magic show, Patch's partnership with TicketNetwork has you covered. Here's your weekly roundup of the top big-ticket events comi


Burglaries To Car, Business Reported In Princeton

PRINCETON, NJ — Princeton Police reported burglaries to a car and business in town along with arrests for shoplifting, driving while intoxicated and more. On April 1 at 12:42 p.m.: A 16-year-old juvenile male was observed concealing a large bottle of alcohol in a bag then exiting the store in the 30


NJ man fatally crushed by collapsed equipment at work site

JACKSON — A man who called police after he was pinned under a piece of heavy equipment that collapsed on him Thursday morning died several hours later. Kenneth Mann, 58, was taking apart equipment when it collapsed just after 7 a.m. at the garage at Ralph Clayton & Sons, according to a preliminary i


Princeton (3) at Notre Dame (6) - Baseball

Jake Kmiec and Christian DeLorenzo each had two RBI for Notre Dame in a 6-3 win against Princeton in Lawrenceville. Steven Graver was the winning pitcher for Notre Dame (7-0) allowing just one hit in four innings of relief work.


Man charged in death of wife who went missing in 1981

WARRINGTON, Pa. (WPVI) -- Bucks County authorities say it's an arrest nearly 40 years in the making. Thursday, surrounded by police and press, William Korzon, the man police had also suspected of killing his wife, Gloria, was charged with her murder.


Police Capture New Jersey Illegal Alien Transporting His 15 Year Old “Sex Slave”

LUCAS COUNTY, OH-A traffic stop in Ohio yesterday led to the arrest of an illegal alien from the sanctuary of state of New Jersey. Ohio State Trooper Mitch Ross pulled over a vehicle for a routine traffic stop when he noticed a young girl with a man. Neither of them spoke English or had identificati


Somerset County Man Sentenced for International Arms Trafficking

A Somerset County man was sentenced today to 46 months in prison for illegally exporting from the United States a wide array of weapons, including assault rifles, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced.


Branchburg Man Smuggled Guns, Ammo Out Of U.S., Sentenced To Jail

BRANCHBURG, NJ — A Branchburg man was sentenced for illegally exporting a wide array of weapons, including assault rifles and thousands of rounds of ammunition out of the United States, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced.


NJ man gets life in prison after robbing cigs from Wawa, cash from Valero

Strike nine and he's out. Or maybe that's 21 strikes, if you count all the times Frederick "Chief" Owle has been arrested. Either way, Owle won't get another shot after a Superior Court judge this week sentenced the 49-year-old to life in prison after his most recent bust for stealing a pack of Newp


Husband of Bucks County Woman Missing for 38 Years Charged with Her Murder

The once ice cold case of Gloria Korzon, who vanished in 1981, has been reignited suddenly in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Korzon's ex-husband, William Korzon, has been arrested and was arraigned in a county court Thursday on a homicide charge, according to the Bucks County District Attorney's office


NJ trooper charged with sexting about prepubescent girl

A New Jersey State Police trooper has been charged with having a sexually explicit photo and online conversation about a prepubescent girl. Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal said Trooper Jeffrey Reitz, assigned to the Commercial Carrier Safety Inspection Unit, exchanged photos in 2014 with an adult


Police rescue 20 dogs — 5 critical — from NJ woman’s home

SHAMONG — A woman faces 60 counts of animal cruelty after officers rescued 20 dogs from "deplorable and inhumane conditions" at her home. Marissa Corbett, 39, was arrested and released with a pending court date.


Man with gas cans at cathedral is NJ college prof who teaches God class

The man arrested while carrying cans of gasoline and lighter fluid at New York's St. Patrick's Cathedral is a college professor from New Jersey who teaches a course on the existence of God and had previously been arrested at a New Jersey cathedral days earlier.


New Jersey well represented on ‘best pizza’ list

Foodie site TheDailyMeal.com ranked America’s best “old school” pizzerias, and, as you might expect, the list is dotted with New Jersey restaurants. The list is not ranked, so you can decide which one is best, but here are the Garden State’s entries:


N.J. approves $300M nuclear bailout — and your utility bill just went up

New Jersey utility customers are officially committed to paying $300 million each year to keep the state’s three remaining nuclear reactors open. The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities decided on Thursday to award Public Service Electric and Gas (PSE&G), the state’s largest utility, three “Zero Em