Olympic Gold, Jewelry Store Robbed at Gunpoint Top Regional News
Other top headlines include fatal accident in Rockaway, man found dead behind a Best Buy.
Ridge High School graduate Tobin Heath, class of 2006, was a member of the U.S. women's soccer team that won gold in a victory over Japan, 2-1.
A man armed with a handgun robbed a Hamburg Turnpike jewelry store late Tuesday afternoon, Wayne Police said.
All four occupants were ejected and two died after a Jeep Wrangler flipped over and came to rest about 100 yards off the roadway in a wooded area on Green Pond Road in Rockaway Township near the Jefferson border, the Morris County Prosecutor's Office said.
A 4-year-old boy was removed from a swimming pool at a private residence on Windswept Way before being airlifted to Morristown Medical Center for further evaluation, police said.
A dozen Wayne jewelers allegedly violated state and municipal laws by improperly purchasing precious metals from undercover investigators.
A 19-year-old–whose Pre-Trial Intervention request was postponed on charges of falsifying statements to authorities regarding an alleged bullying incident of a Morristown High Schoolfreshman who later committed suicide–will be "aggressively prosecuted" if accusations he was in possession of a weapon and drug paraphernalia over the weekend are proven true, the Morris County Prosecutor said.
Since losing his wife in 2010, a Parsippany father has struggled to give his children what they need and now faces what may be his toughest fight.
Glenn Lightner continues to fight disease as family's funds nearly exhausted.
A New York man has been charged with vehicular homicide while allegedly under the influence in a Montana ATV crash that killed his roommate, a Mendham teen.
A retired Madison police officer who claimed he suffered health problems due to a "punishment detail" assigned in 2010 by the now-retired police chief has reached a $600,000 settlement with the borough, according to a copy of the agreement.
The defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants and their former Hopatcong High School star running back Joe Martinek are getting ready for the season.
A township resident was found dead in a vehicle behind Best Buy on Commons Way, according to Bridgewater Township police.