Mom With Zika In U.S. Gives Birth To Baby With DefectA baby born to a mother from Honduras with the Zika virus at a New Jersey hospital appears to be affected by the disease, according to a doctor who helped lead the delivery team.
Popular TV Bakery Set To Rise In DallasA slice of New Jersey is set to rise in Dallas when a bakery featured on the hit TV show Cake Boss opens a location here.
State Police: Hit-And-Run Driver Kills Granbury Man With DementiaAuthorities say a man from Granbury with dementia was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver on the New Jersey Turnpike.
Christie Makes Pragmatic Pitch To VotersNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie pledged to be straight with voters. "If you like it, great," he said. "And if you don't, my goodness, there's 13 other candidates to pick from."
Christie Bets White House Bid On Town HallsIf Chris Christie runs for president, there's little doubt people will see plenty of the town halls the New Jersey governor is known for. That anything-goes format is his comfort zone, and voters tend to like it.
Eagles Fans Remind Christie He's Not In DallasBoo birds squawked as New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie celebrated the opening of Bass Pro Shops in Atlantic City. Eagles fans booed and chanted at the lifelong Cowboys supporter.
6 Texans Indicted In 5 New Jersey Home InvasionsAuthorities in New Jersey say six Texas residents have been indicted in connection with a string of home invasion robberies late last year that targeted the Asian-Indian community.
NJ Lawmakers May Investigate Christie Over Free Cowboys Tickets
Christie Not Ashamed Of Cowboys LoveTossing all political risks aside, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie doesn't bother to cheer for any of the teams that would make more sense for someone from his state.
Tweets Lampoon Christie's Cowboys CelebrationTwitter is abuzz again about Gov. Chris Christie and his beloved Dallas Cowboys.
New Jersey Releasing Quarantined NurseNew Jersey officials said that Kaci Hickox, a nurse who was quarantined after working with Ebola patients in West Africa, is being released from a mandatory quarantine.
U.S. To Track Everyone Coming From Ebola NationsEveryone traveling into the U.S. from Ebola-stricken nations will be monitored for symptoms for 21 days.