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Ali Muhammad Brown's confession in murder of Brendan Tevlin shows domestic terrorism here, show host says
September is National Preparedness Month. Mayor Rieber reminds locals to be informed, make a plan, and build a kit with your family.
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The alleged illegal gun ring, which includes a Montclair resident, was discovered during an undercover investigation in Newark
Dellaguzzo was last seen at 44 Park Ave, Nutley, N.J., on Wednesday August 27.
After Wednesday's fatal motor vehicle accident, one family is searching for their dog who ran away from the scene. Help us find Rosie!
New Jersey State Police have released the name of the truck driver involved in a fiery crash that claimed three lives this morning on 280.
Vladimir Sauzereseteo gave the contraband to a lawyer who met with the inmate in the attorney conference room and delivered the contraband.
Ali Muhammad Brown, the man accused of murdering 19-year-old Brandon Tevilin and 3 Seattle men as could be tried as a terrorist.
Ali Muhammad Brown, 29, has been accused of first-degree murder and other charges in the killing of Brendan Tevlin, 19, of Livingston.
Handprint left in alleged attempted carjacking one of several clues that led authorities to Seattle man now suspected of four homicides.
A fourth person may have also been at the scene of the shooting.
The three men charged in the killing of Brendan Tevlin each pleaded not guilty on Wednesday.
Eric Williams was arrested in May for an alleged robbery and assault in West Orange.
Seattle man and two West Orange teens charged in the slaying of Seton Hall Prep grad Brendan Tevlin during an apparent robbery attempt.
Brendan Tevlin, a Seton Hall Prep grad, was fatally shot in June on Northfield Avenue in West Orange.
Donald Easterling, 26, is accused of shooting a 19-year veteran police officer who was responding to a report of a robbery in progress.
Bloomfield resident allegedly distributed images and videos depicting child sex abuse.
Jamar Darby had previously pleaded guilty to robbing 14 businesses during a six-month span in 2012 and 2013.
Fells Road house fire does not appear to be suspicious, the prosecutor's office said.