A heavy lift vessel that caused a delay on the Delaware Memorial Bridge last month as it made its way to Philadelphia is set to move south early Tuesday morning. Delaware River and Bay Authority officials say the ship will cause another delay on the bridge Tuesday at approximately 5:00am as it moves south in…
The state’s crackdown on texting while driving begins today. Hundreds of law enforcement agencies throughout the state will be stopping motorists for texting while driving. Distracted driving penalties can range up to $400 for a first offense.
Congressman Jeff Van Drew has introduced new federal legislation that would permanently ban oil and gas drilling off both the Atlantic and Pacific seaboards. Van Drew has help from a South Carolina congressman on this bill. Van Drew says the economies of our region, and others, are too dependent on clean oceans and environment to…
A body was found at a Wawa convenience store located in Pennsauken Township. Police say the body was discovered at the store located on Route 38 in the community. Police have not released the person’s identity, or the cause of death.
$768 million, one winning Powerball ticket, and it was sold in Wisconsin. Lottery officials confirmed just one ticket matched all six Powerball numbers in last night’s huge jackpot. One ticket worth $1 million was sold in New Jersey; eight other tickets will collect $50,000 for New Jersey winners.
Get your Powerball tickets today. The lottery drawing will be held tonight, and it will be the fourth largest in United States history with a jackpot estimated at $750 million. No one has won Powerball since December 26, 2018.
Governor Phil Murphy is now holding off on his aggressive plan to expand medical marijuana in New Jersey. NJ Advance Media reports that the expansion is on hold as lawmakers try to get enough support for a recreational marijuana law. That measure stalled this week in Trenton, and may be revisited in May.
The northbound lanes of the New Jersey Turnpike in Burlington County re-opened this morning following a fatal accident near Exit 6. The outer lanes of the Turnpike were blocked as the accident scene was cleared. The Turnpike re-opened shortly before 6:00am.
New Jersey lawmakers have approved a measure that will make it legal for terminally ill people to get a prescription to end their lives. New Jersey will become the eighth state in the Union to have this legislation; Governor Murphy will sign it into law.
Governor Phil Murphy’s attempt to get legal recreational marijuana in New Jersey failed Monday in Trenton. Murphy was not able to get enough democratic votes to secure passage in both the Senate and the Assembly. Senate President Steve Sweeney says another attempt will occur sometime in the future.