The investigation continues, into a disturbing story out of Egg Harbor Township, where a woman was seen allegedly striking her newborn baby. Those in the neighborhood say they have never seen anything like it. More>>
One year ago, country music superstar Kenny Chesney rocked the Wildwood Beach in a free concert.
The man accused of fatally shooting a Pleasantville man inside of his home back in 2011, has been found guilty.
An unpleasant surprise to many in South Jersey Tuesday, as storms rolled through dumping torrential rains in an already soaked area. More>>
There's a mystery involving a popular bait fish at the Jersey Shore, and some think Hurricane Sandy is behind their disappearance. More>>
The memory of a murdered military rights activist lives on with a new award to be given out each year in her name. More>>
The CRDA is continuing to discuss plans that would bring a fresh food market to the central business district of Atlantic City. More>>
After the rain started falling at the Absegami High School graduation, mother Daryl Land was unable to see her son Steven graduate. More>>
There is more tree controversy in Egg Harbor City, where a tree removal went wrong. The home owner of the house that the tree fell into says she just wants to know why it happened. More>>
An Atlantic City woman accused of trying to defraud FEMA following a nor'easter was sentenced on Tuesday. More>>
Thanks to a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, law enforcement officials have arrested a Cape May County man for the distribution of child pornography. More>>
Police in Bridgeton are investigating an early morning shooting that happened when the victim says he grabbed a gun that he thought was fake. More>>
The Atlantic County Prosecutors Office says a jury has found 24 year old Antonio Vargas guilty on all 8 counts against him, including vehicular homicide. More>>
A home that was badly damaged in Hurricane Sandy and was set to be demolished has been given a new lease on life. It was hoisted onto its new foundation Tuesday, but the owners now fear some of the work that was done, might not be required when new flood maps are released. More>>
Fake ID holders beware, officials in Cape May County are once again sending out a stern message to both residents and visitors as the "We Check For 21" campaign was once again launched in the county for the 21st year. More>>
Governor Christie announced Monday that FEMA has awarded the state more than $51 million in public assistance grants to help clean the state's waterways after Hurricane Sandy. More>>
New Jersey lawmakers have advanced a plan that would take horse racing from the track to the beaches in Atlantic City. More>>
On Monday, June 17, 2013 at 1:55 am Atlantic City Police responded to North Carolina and Pacific Avenues in reference to a strong arm robbery on two male victims where a high valued gold chain with a gold cross was taken. More>>
A homeless man has been found guilty of the murder of a young man he attacked with a baseball bat. More>>
Atlantic City Police were alerted to several shots fired Monday afternoon by their shot spotter technology. More>>
Several parked cars were hit when police say a 78 year old woman was changing lanes and hit a pick up truck on Arctic avenue in Atlantic City. More>>
As one charter school prepares to close it's doors, another one is getting ready to open theirs at the same exact location. Parents lined up on Monday for the chance to enroll their children in this new educational opportunity.
Thousands of residents are breathing easier after seeing new preliminary flood maps that remove their homes from the highest risk areas. While they will still likely have to make changes to their homes, many say it's a much better situation than it could've been. More>>
Police say a Ventnor man was robbed, kidnapped and taken to his home where he was robbed again over the weekend. More>>
Artists from all over the world came to Atlantic City for the World Championship of Sand Sculpting this weekend, and on Sunday the solo division winners were announced. More>>
A new poll says almost 80 percent of New Jersey residents believe property taxes have gone up over the last three years. More>>
The Absecon Lighthouse offered a special fathers day treat to visitors today. Fathers got free admission to the lighthouse.
Today in Upper Township, a Father's Day weekend Jeep Invasion came to a close.
It's Fathers day, and dad's around the country are kicking back and enjoying their day dedicated to them. Including Assemblymen Chris Brown and his family. While Assemblyman Brown has held many titles like "municipal judge" and "major," he says there's one title that means more than the others. "The greatest title that I've ever held was that of Dad. Watching my children grow is certainly the best thing to happen in my life," explains Brown. As a General Assembly Member for the 2nd dist... More>>
Somers Point Volunteer Fire Company Number One brought a taste of Louisiana to town tonight with their Jersey gumbo cook-off. More>>
ATLANTIC CITY -- As the song goes, "It's 5 o'clock somewhere."And it was 5 o'clock all day Saturday as singer/songwriter Jimmy Buffett christened his Margaritaville Complex."We came with friends. Our friends are from Westchester, New York. And they're Jimmy Buffett fans," said Kathy Ducato of Philadelphia.Thousands of fans form near and far littered the complex at Resorts Casino Hotel to hear some of their favorite Buffett tunes, even gaining some fans like Penny Kogan, who wasn't a fan befor... More>>
In 1904, the General Slocum, a side-wheel steam passenger ship, caught fire and killed 1,021 of its passengers in the New York Harbor, most of whom were women and children. On Saturday, residents attended a memorial to honor all of those that died in the horrific fire. More>>
PLEASANTVILLE -- Two men are charged with drug and weapons offenses after fleeing police during a motor vehicle stop. More>>
HAMILTON TWP. -- A man is charged with vehicular homicide in a May 24th car crash. More>>
An unexpected line of showers and thunderstorms rolled through the area Friday, dumping rain on Absegami High School's graduation ceremony.
State Police arrested two men after one accidentally fired his gun while the pair were attempting to break into a home Tuesday night.
Flags were flying high Friday, as Veterans, Boys Scouts, and township residents gathered at the Elks Lodge, for their annual flag day flag retirement ceremony. as Part of the event, VFW members and war vets spoke on the history of our beloved American flag.
Fallen police officer Tommy McMeekin's friends and family set up a memorial scholarship in his honor and on Friday night in Atlantic City, they held their first fundraiser to see that his name lives on through the education of local students. More>>
A little rain didn't dampen the celebrations of flag day Friday morning. More>>
Rutgers University's football team made a touchdown for Hurricane Sandy victims this spring. More>>
Lottery officials presented the Buena Truck Stop with a $30,000 dollar check Friday, a prize given to the business for selling a winning Mega Millions ticket. More>>
After wining a contest organized by Kool 98.3, the Middle Township High School choir will help perform "I Want To Know What Love Is" along side Foreigner at their sold out show at the Golden Nugget Saturday night. More>>
All the recent wet weather we've seen could have a significant impact on the amount of mosquitoes we see this summer. Experts in Cape May County talk about this situation and what they're doing to try and keep it under control. More>>
An Atlantic City teenager is behind bars tonight accused of robbing his grandmother and her friends. More>>
Police are investigating after multiple shots were fired on Chatham Avenue Friday afternoon. More>>
Thousands of people will be flocking to the Atlantic City beaches on Saturday for a free concert outside of Resorts Casino and Hotel. One special guest is expected to help bring large revenue to the city.
As storm clouds gathered and raindrops began to fall, people trying to squeeze out a few hours on the beach in Cape May Thursday afternoon were forced to scramble. More>>
A proposal to help minimize storm damage in one section of Atlantic City is one step closer to reality. More>>
The 'Belle Miracle Ann' riverboat has been beached and resting in Back Bay BBQ parking lot in Egg Harbor Township since Hurricane Sandy. More>>
The storm tore down utility poles in Cumberland County, causing road closures and power outages.
The storm that rolled through South Jersey soaked everything in its path Thursday, and left behind some damage in its wake. More>>
A large sinkhole opened up on the garden state parkway this morning, covering both northbound lanes near mile 58.
Governor Christ Christie signed new legislation today to help military families.
Atlantic Cape will close all campuses at 3:30 PM, Thursday, June 13, due to impending severe weather. Classes that begin before then WILL meet until that time.Visit www.atlantic.edu for full details. To stay updated with essential information on weather-related closings and other up-to-the-minute bulletins, sign up for TxtAlerts or find us on Facebook. Please contact your instructor or view the list of instructor cancellations for individual courses. More>>