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Vineland PD searching for robbery suspects Video included


Police in Vineland are searching for two suspects who were caught on camera robbing a local business. More>>

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Golf Impossible: a follow-up with the EHC Golf Course & Clubhouse featured on Restaurant Impossible


“Golf Impossible” was the title of the episode that recently featured a local golf course and country club on a popular Food Network show. More>>

25-cent carnival provides affordable fun for charity


A special kids-themed carnival was held in Atlantic City, Thursday. More>>

Residents of flood-prone neighborhood looking to city for answers Video included


William Ogborn counts himself lucky that he wasn't hit worse by the storm that flooded Rhonda Drive on August 12th and 13th. More>>

Police hoping to locate family of weekend shooting victim Video included


Police in Bridgeton are also hoping to locate family members of a shooting victim who was killed last weekend.

Equine center cuts ribbon on new barn Video included


It was a big day for a Cape May County facility where some of our larger four-legged friends prove to be a valuable resource. More>>

Avalon police say Jitney service is driving down crime Video included


"DUIs are down over 50%, and I attribute that strictly to the Jitneys."As the Jitneys second summer on the Seven Mile Island enters its final few weeks, Captain Jeff Christopher of the Avalon Police Department say their benefits extend far beyond just transportation.

Atlantic City officials hope new attractions can help offset gaming crisis Video included


"We have a destination city here and it was historically viewed as a casino city. It isn't. It's much more than that," said John Palmieri, Executive Director of the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority. More>>

Vineland man wanted for attempted murder arrested in NYC


A Vineland man wanted for an attempted murder earlier this summer has been arrested in New York City. More>>

Jury: Woman downloaded child porn to frame husband


A Pennsylvania woman has been found guilty of downloading child pornography in a failed attempt to frame her estranged husband. More>>

Villas man fled scene after damaging property with his vehicle


A Villas man has been charged for damaging property in an early morning car accident and then fleeing the scene. More>>

Should seasonal residents be allowed to vote? Video included


At his last town hall meeting, the Governor addressed a topic that has long been asked around the area: Should seasonal residents have the opportunity to vote in municipal elections in the towns where they own property? More>>

Fairfield Twp. man wanted for drive-by shooting that killed mother in Bridgeton Video included


Bridgeton Police have issued arrest warrants for a Fairfield Twp. man that was allegedly involved in the drive-by shooting that killed a mother on August 11th. More>>

Atlantic City casino workers rally to save their jobs Video included


By the end of the summer, nearly 7,500 casino workers will be out of a job. Revel Casino and Hotel is closing its doors on September 2nd, Showboat recently announced it will close up shop on August 31st, and Trump Plaza will end its run on September 16th. "Thanks. Thanks for nothing," said Chris Ireland, a Showboat employee.And on Wednesday evening, nearly 100 casino employees rallied in Atlantic City in hopes to save their jobs. "We are ready to keep the fight going. This is not the end of... More>>

New life may be coming to Burnt Mill Pond in Vineland Video included


A dried up and possibly polluted lake bed in Vineland may get new life, according to city officials. The Burnt Mill Pond sat empty for the past several years. But city leaders say steps are finally in place to return the Cumberland County pond to its lush history. Margaret brown and her daughter Briana remember what the Burnt Mill Pond in Vineland used to look like. Gone is the water, wildlife, and scenic views. "There's trees, all weird types of grass, I don't think there's animals anymo... More>>

Mo'ne Davis to take national stage Wednesday night Video included


A young Philadelphia athlete will be front and center on the national stage later Wednesday night... More>>

Cirque performers make last-minute preps for AC show Video included


On the day of the debut of their much anticipated Atlantic City show, Cirque du Soleil Varekai performers were getting ready to wow crowds. More>>

Those we nominated respond to our Ice Bucket Challenge Video included


If you watched Wednesday night's news, then you know that we here at NBC 40 successfully completed Storybook Land's ALS ice bucket challenge to our news crew, with a little help from Linwood Volunteer Fire Company Number 1.. More>>

"Stuff the Bus" in EHT to help children in need Video included


As we get closer to the new school year, NBC40 is asking for your help in stuffing a school bus full of donations. More>>

Farmers in South Jersey are still eligible for disaster assistance for May storm Video included


Farmers in six South Jersey Counties are still eligible for disaster assistance to cover the cost of damages from a violent storm back in May. More>>

Atlantic County holds medical marijuana seminar Video included


Stephen Cornell has been medicating with marijuana since high school and says he sees how cannabis can be more effective for treating pain than opiates. More>>

Officials OK Revel's shutdown Video included


Less than a day after one casino received permission to close its doors, the shore resort's newest gaming hall has also gotten approval to shutdown. More>>

New Jersey requires students to get CPR lessons


New Jersey high school students will be required to have CPR training starting this year.  More>>

George W. Bush takes ice bucket challenge


Former President George W. Bush took the ice bucket challenge then nominated former President Bill Clinton to do it next. More>>

Obama: US won't stop confronting Islamic State Video included


President Obama is expected to deliver a statement on slain journalist James Foley from Massachusetts More>>

NBC40 takes on Ice Bucket Challenge Video included


If you were watching Tuesday night's broadcast, you know that we here at NBC 40 were challenged by the folks over at Storybook Land to do the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. More>>

EHT hotel settles Sandy price gouging case


A hotel in southern New Jersey has agreed to pay nearly $65,000 to settle allegations of price gouging in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.  More>>

Galloway Twp. residents voice frustration about property tax hike Video included


A packed house at Galloway's City Council Meeting Tuesday night, with folks lining the hallways in hopes of voicing their frustration about a large property tax increase. "My taxes went up 37% or over $3,000 from what I was previously paying," said Bart Algozzini, a Galloway Township resident. And some residents we spoke with say the tax hike may force them to move out of the township. "I have a daughter in high school and I want to stay here, but if it's this expensive, I can't stay her... More>>

Mays Landing waitress competes in quarterfinals on 'AGT' Video included


South Jersey's own Kelli Glover, from Mays Landing, took the stage at Radio City Music Hall, in hopes of advancing to the semi–final round.  More>>

AC Police tackle ice bucket challenge for ALS Video included


A local police department is stepping up to the plate and doing its part for a good cause. More>>

Performers from Cirque du Soleil mingle on AC Boardwalk Video included


The Atlantic City Boardwalk had some very unique visitors, Tuesday. More>>

Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno tours 177th Fighter Wing Video included


It's a relationship between the state and it's military bases that Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno and her military installation growth and development task force hope to see continue for years to come. More>>

Maryland casino holds job fair to recruit workers Video included


Another east coast casino is once again looking for employees in our struggling seaside gaming resort. More>>

CRDA approves additional funding for more entertainment and improvements Video included


The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority has approved thousands of dollars for new projects in Atlantic City. More>>

Atlantic City lawmakers, tourists react to Meadowlands casino proposal Video included


Atlantic City tourists and lawmakers react to the revealing of plans for a casino and entertainment complex in the Meadowlands.

Driver charged in June's fatal Expressway accident appears in court Video included


A Philadelphia woman who was charged for a fatal car crash in June is due to make her first court appearance this week.  More>>

Coast Guard assists boaters 72 miles off Cape May

U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Samuel Meints U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Samuel Meints

Two boaters were rescued Monday after their sailing vessel became disabled 72 miles east of Cape May.   More>>

Cumberland County GOP chair indicted on alleged theft


The leader of a local political organization has been indicted for bilking an elderly woman out of more than $100,000.  More>>

$7,500 reward offered in death of bald eagle


The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are looking for the public's help after a bald eagle was found seriously injured in Bridgeton. More>>

Man medevaced after strong arm robbery in Bridgeton


Police in Bridgeton are investigating what they are calling a brutal strong arm robbery.  More>>

His 101st birthday present? Another day at work


Herman "Hy" Goldman turned 101 this weekend and won't quit after 73 years working at the same New Jersey job.  More>>

Amusement park apologizes for gun shirt error

Photo: NJ.com (Mario Alejandro) Photo: NJ.com (Mario Alejandro)

A Marine who wasn't allowed into a New Jersey amusement park because he was wearing a shirt with a red, white and blue rifle pictured on it has been given an apology.  More>>

New Jersey senator wants slot machines at tracks


A New Jersey state senator wants to allow slot machines at the state's four horse racing tracks.  More>>

Showboat gets OK to close Aug 31; track slots eyed


New Jersey regulators have given final approval for Atlantic City's Showboat Casino Hotel to shut down on Aug. 31.  More>>

Unemployment assistance forum for Brigantine residents impacted by the impending casino closings Video included


With three casinos scheduled to close their doors in the upcoming weeks, local municipalities are taking the necessary steps to get their residents moving forward. More>>

Stay at home mom paddles up and down the jersey shore for a good cause Video included


A South Jersey woman is paddling her way up and down the Garden State for a good cause. More>>

Mayor Don Guardian latest to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Video included


The Ice Bucket Challenge officially entered Atlantic City this afternoon, with special guest of honor Mayor Don Guardian participating. "I was challenged and I'm happy to do it. I hate cold water, but it's a good cause and I'm thrilled to be getting dumped with cold water and ice," said Guardian.The Ice Bucket Challenge actually raised more than $15 million over the past month, according to officials with the ALS foundation. That's about a $13 million increase over last year's donations duri... More>>

Shooting in AC; multiple cars, homes hit by gun fire Video included


Police in Atlantic City are still investigating a weekend shooting that left one man injured.  More>>

Fallen trooper honored decades after his death Video included


It was a somber service more than 40 years in the making, as Trooper Russell J. Moesta was honored for his sacrifice in the line of duty. More>>

Court: New Jersey must reconsider wind farm plan Video included


A company that wants to build a windmill power project off the coast of Atlantic City has won a victory in court.  More>>

Teachers gather to share ideas at Teach Meet NJ 2014 Video included


Hundreds of educators got the chance to connect and learn about some of the newest products for the classroom. More>>

Kids celebrate summer of raising money through chores Video included


Hundreds of kids celebrated the end of working hard this summer by having some fun in Ocean City. More>>

2 assaulted with glass bottle in Bridgeton; suspects sought


Police in Bridgeton are investigating an early morning robbery that ended with two victims being assaulted with a bottle.  More>>

Small businesses to see financial impact from casino closures Video included


With a shutdown looming for Revel, Trump Plaza, and Showboat, the outlook for South Jersey is bleak. More>>

Somers Point Police warn about IRS phone scam


Police in Somers Point are warning residents of a potential phone scam. Authorities say within the past week, two different victims were contacted by someone claiming to be from the IRS. More>>

Local beach patrol participates in Ice Bucket Challenge Video included


One local beach patrol is doing its part in the fight against ALS.  More>>

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