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Body found in South Jersey home a homicide, cops say

Authorities are investigating a homicide in Millville. Police responded to a residence on the 400 block of Carlton Avenue around 9:45 a.m. Friday for a reported disturbance and found a 66-year-old man dead inside the home.


Aston Township carnival shut down permanently after large fight, arrests made

ASTON TOWNSHIP, Pa. (WPVI) -- Cell phone video captured some of the chaos that erupted at the Aston Township Fire Department carnival on Thursday night. Unfortunately, a massive brawl would become the last few moments in history for the annual carnival.


Author Signing at Vineland Public Library

Visit the Vineland Public Library, 1058 E. Landis Avenue, on Wednesday, April 17 for a book signing with author Sarada Chiruvolu. Chiruvolu will signing copies of her book Home at Last: A Journey Toward Higher Consciousness in the Children’s Event Room from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.


Flash flood watch extended for South Jersey as thunderstorms loom

With driving rains and tropical downpours expected, the National Weather Service has extended the area of the flash flood watch. All of South Jersey is now included Friday and Saturday.


A cat was plucked from fire's rubble and this is what his recovery looks like.

When Leah Whitesell heard the sirens of fire engines screaming past her Cumberland County home earlier this month, she knew something bad was happening. Not long after, she saw the live footage: There was a multi-alarm fire at Giordano’s Recycling and Scrap Metal in Vineland.


Wendy Williams' Estranged Husband Calls Cops to New Jersey Mansion After She Files for Divorce

One week after Wendy Williams filed for divorce, her husband Kevin Hunter asked police to come to their home. On Thursday, Hunter called local law enforcement and asked that they respond to his and Williams’ New Jersey mansion to address members of the media, who were waiting outside.


Fireball streaks across southern Jersey Shore sky

If you saw a vivid object race across the Jersey Shore sky Tuesday evening, you’re not alone. More than 350 spotters reported seeing a fireball across portions of the Mid-Atlantic, possibly originating above Vineland, New Jersey, streaking over Cape May, and disappearing over the ocean east of Delaw


Most of Delaware under Flash Flood Watch until Saturday

MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. – The National Weather Service has expanded its Flash Flood Watch to include portions of Delaware, northeast Maryland and southern New Jersey, including the following areas, in Delaware: Delaware beaches, Inland Sussex, Kent and New Castle Counties.


N.J. police chief demoted me, forced me to retire for taking leave to care for sick mother, ex-cop says in lawsuit

A New Jersey police captain who took leave in order to care for his ailing mother has filed a lawsuit alleging his chief was angered by his absence and retaliated by demoting him and ultimately forcing him to retire.


Authorities ID motorcyclist killed in Cumberland County collision

The motorcyclist killed in a weekend crash in Millville was indented Tuesday as Victor Rodriguez, who lived in the city. A 25-year-old Millville woman was driving a Chevy Sonic on North 2nd Street in the area of Joe Canal’s liquor store shortly before 9:30 p.m. when she made a left turn into the bus


Man in bike helmet robs NJ bank with help from employees

PARK RIDGE — It wasn't exactly an inside job, but a man wearing a bike helmet got help from employees to rob a bank on Wednesday by sending them into the vault to fetch the cash.


Delaware, New Jersey Among 6 Fastest-Warming States, Research Shows

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A new federal report is warning about the rapidly increasing threat of climate change in the U.S. The study revealed that the Delaware Valley is home to some the fastest-warming states in the entire country.


Flyers cover Kate Smith statue, won't play her recording of 'God Bless America' amid racism allegation

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- The Philadelphia Flyers have covered the statue of Kate Smith outside the Wells Fargo Center and will stop using her recording of "God Bless America" as an allegation of racism against the singer has come to light.


N.J. trooper shared sexually explicit photo of 5-year-old with girl’s own mother, authorities say

A New Jersey state trooper exchanged a sexually explicit photo of a 5-year-old girl with the victim’s own mother after she asked him if he wanted to rape the girl, according to a criminal complaint by the state’s Office of the Attorney General.


California 'house of horrors' parents sentenced to life in prison

The California “house of horrors” parents who abused and tortured 12 of their 13 children were sentenced to life in prison Friday with the possibility of parole after 25 years.


Everything to know about New Jersey's severe storm risk Friday night

You can follow me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for more weather information. I'll be tracking any severe weather through there overnight.


New Jersey Department Of Children And Families Worker Arrested On Child Pornography Charges

SOMERS POINT, N.J. (CBS) — A New Jersey Department of Children and Families worker has been arrested and charged after an investigation revealed he was in possession of more than 1,000 images depicting sexual exploitation or abuse of a child, prosecutors say.


Pit bulls attack horse in N.J. neighborhood, leaving it with bloody gashes requiring surgery

Two pit bulls got loose in a Hunterdon County neighborhood Wednesday evening and attacked a horse, leaving it with bloody gashes on its face and legs that will require surgery, authorities said.


Parents concerned over New Jersey school's plan to cut class time for rest of school year

MONTCLAIR, New Jersey (WABC) -- Parents in New Jersey are speaking out after their kids are set to lose hours of instructional time at school in favor of up to three hours of study hall each day.


Body Cam Footage Shows New Jersey Cops, Good Samaritans Pull Men From Burning Vehicle On I-676

CAMDEN, N.J. (CBS) — Harrowing body camera footage shows four Camden County police officers and good Samaritans pulling men from a burning vehicle. It happened on I-676 in Camden around 2:30 a.m. on April 7.