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Trenton, NJ, United States

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Action News reporter Nora Muchanic's final bow with kid reporter

The next generation of Action News reporters is already getting comfortable in the role. → Read More

New Jersey woman defends bloody Halloween display

A New Jersey woman says Halloween isn't as scary as it used to be, and she's doing something about it. → Read More

Dog thought to be put down turns up at vet worker's home

A New Jersey family was told their beloved dog had to be put down, but little did they know the pet had been living with a veterinary worker for five months. → Read More

Woman returns from trip to Puerto Rico mixed with sadness and hope

A woman from Cherry Hill has returned home after a visit to her native Puerto Rico for the funeral of her father. She also brought a little sunshine to the storm ravaged island. → Read More

Watch NJ Gubernatorial Debate tonight on 6abc

6abc will be hosting the New Jersey Gubernatorial Debate between Republican Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno and Democrat Phil Murphy. → Read More

Watch New Jersey Gubernatorial Debate Tuesday on 6abc

6abc will be hosting the New Jersey Gubernatorial Debate between Republican Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno and Democrat Phil Murphy. → Read More

NJ troopers head to Puerto Rico to help relief efforts

A group of 48 New Jersey State troopers are on their way to Puerto Rico to help relief efforts on the island after it was devastated by hurricanes Irma and Maria. → Read More

Board votes to shut down NJ school with mold

In a highly charged and emotional meeting at times in Williamstown, Gloucester County, the school board voted to shut down Holly Glen Elementary after a serious mold problem was discovered. → Read More

New Jersey man giving 'doomsday' supplies to Puerto Rico

For 45 years, survivalist Joe Badame of Medford, New Jersey, has been preparing for doomsday. → Read More

Cherry Hill woman working to get supplies to Puerto Rico

Cherry Hill salon owner Wanda Mora is a little distracted these days because of the damage Hurricane Maria has done. → Read More

Dangerous rip currents at the Jersey Shore

The rough surf claimed three lives this weekend. There were also dozens of rescues up and down the coast. Lifeguards say a dip in the ocean is not worth risking your life. → Read More

Hurricane Jose brings rough surf, flooding to New Jersey shore

Hurricane Jose brought rough surf and some street flooding to the New Jersey shore on Tuesday. → Read More

New appeal in search for NJ girl who vanished in 1996

There is a new appeal for answers in a decades-old cold case involving a missing child. → Read More

Mourners pay tribute to former A.C. mayor Jim Whelan

Mourners came from all over the Delaware Valley to pay tribute to Former Atlantic City mayor Jim Whelan. → Read More

Good Samaritan helps police stop ShopRite thieves

Sixty-six-year-old John Koch of Gloucester city went to the ShopRite in Brooklawn last Wednesday to pick up a few things. → Read More

VIDEO: Labor Day weekend begins at the Jersey shore

Folks are heading down to the shore for the traditional end-of-summer weekend. → Read More

Tires slashed on at least 18 vehicles in Levittown

The tires of at least a dozen vehicles in one Bucks County neighborhood were slashed overnight, and the victims are now left with the inconvenience and expense of the damages. → Read More

Some businesses frustrated by presidential flight restrictions

As of last Friday, private planes were banned from taking flight in a 10-mile area surrounding President Donald Trump's golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, and there are tight restrictions on airports, as far as 30 miles from there. → Read More

Company brings shrimp farming to Pennsauken, NJ

The middle of an urban area is not where you'd expect to farm shrimp. But a warehouse in Pennsauken, Camden County, lined with 2,500 gallon water tanks, is home to The Big Shrimp Co. and, on any given day, a half million shrimp in various stages of development. → Read More

Trenton property taxes skyrocket, owners call it unfair

A citywide reassessment is causing some Trenton property taxes to skyrocket, and property owners say they can't cope. → Read More