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New York, NY, United States

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Past:
  • WRBL News 3
  • NEWS10 ABC
  • WJTV 12 News

Recent articles by Andrew Jorge:

NJ legislation would require cops to obtain a license

CEDAR GROVE, N.J. (PIX11) — New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday announced proposed legislation to create a statewide licensing process for police officers, establishing uniform standards for training including passing a psychological exam. Calling it long overdue, Murphy praised the proposed legislation that would require law enforcement statewide to earn a license, similar to […] → Read More

New Jersey gas stations lowered their prices — but there was a catch

NEW JERSEY (PIX11) — More than 75 gas stations across New Jersey will eased residents’ pain at the pump. Members of the Fuel Your Way NJ coalition held a press conference Friday morning to make the official announcement. The stations all offered discounted prices, but there was a — the deals only lasted for one […] → Read More

2 killed in New Jersey crash resulting from police chase

GLEN RIDGE, N.J. (PIX11) – Two people were killed in a crash in New Jersey that resulted from a police chase early Tuesday morning, investigators said. A silver Hyundai with Pennsylvania plates was being pursued by Montclair Police when it crashed just before 5 a.m., officials said. The silver Hyundai drove off Bloomfield Avenue, plunging […] → Read More

‘He’s a monster,’ pet owner calls NJ veterinarian accused of animal cruelty

Ehren Seth Yablon, a veterinarian at Newark Veterinary Hospital in New Jersey is charged with multiple counts of animal cruelty and other charges related to the mistreatment of dogs under his care. → Read More

Queen Latifah breaks ground on Newark housing development

NEWARK, NJ (PIX11) — Dana Owens, better known as hip hop legend Queen Latifah, returned to her stomping ground Tuesday to break ground on a housing development meant to elevate and revitalize her native city of Newark. “What’s always been important to me was that I could build something in this city that I can […] → Read More

Monster Jam returns to MetLife Stadium

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (PIX11) — For motorsport fans and just about any child out there, the Monster Jam truck show is not an event – it’s an experience. The Monster Jam truck show brings together 12 of the most intense athletes on four wheels where they duke it out for the championship. This weekend they are bringing […] → Read More

See it: Hero teacher saves New Jersey student’s life

EAST ORANGE, N.J. (PIX11) — It’s something 9-year-old Robert says he’s done countless times – use his teeth to pop the cap off his water bottle. But last Wednesday inside his third-grade classroom at East Orange Community Charter School, the unexpected happened, and it was all captured on surveillance footage. “The water squeezed it and […] → Read More

Exclusive: NJ man says restaurant retaliated after he left bad review

NEW JERSEY (PIX11) — All Joe Stephen wanted was some chicken. Instead, the Montclair resident told PIX11 News he got harassed and violated by a Union restaurant called Get Stuffed Jersey. He’s even filed a report with the police. Stephen said he order from Get Stuffed Jersey on April 7; it was a rainy day […] → Read More

Massive Ferris wheel unveiled at American Dream Mall

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (PIX11) — Whether passing through the New Jersey turnpike or emerging from the Lincoln Tunnel, the Dream Wheel is hard to miss. Situated right along Route 3 in the heart of the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, the observation wheel became the latest attraction part of the American Dream mega mall. After years […] → Read More

Hot stuff: Newark students make, sell own hot sauce

NEWARK, N.J. (PIX11) — A New Jersey high school is helping students turn their ideas into major business ventures. The latest one: producing and selling their own hot sauce. Taco Tuesday was in full effect at Newark Beth Israel’s Community Health and Wellness Center Tuesday, with students from West Side High School whipping up a […] → Read More

Need help paying utility bills? Several programs in NJ helping residents stay afloat

NEW JERSEY (PIX11) — The clock is now ticking for nearly a million New Jersey residents behind on their utility bills. When the utility moratorium expired on March 15, utility companies across the state began a quest to collect for the first time in two years. The good news — there is still time to […] → Read More

‘Wish I could do more’: NJ business owner supports Ukraine with sales

DUMONT, N.J. (PIX11) — Inside her 600-square foot workshop in Dumont, Michele Petrillo was hard at work. For nearly three decades, she has been filling, wrapping and shipping gift baskets all over the world. Her New Jersey-based company, “Baskets N Beyond” has a basket for nearly every occasion. And with the war in Ukraine and […] → Read More

NJ substitute teacher arrested, charged after video of ‘inappropriate’ actions spreads online

NUTLEY, N.J. (PIX11) — Parents in Nutley are still trying to wrap their heads around disturbing allegations being made against a longtime substitute teacher who was charged with several counts of child endangerment and one count of lewdness for incidents that police said happened inside the classroom while he was teaching. Nutley police arrested 58-year-old […] → Read More

Suspect wounded in police-involved shooting in Newark, officials say

NEWARK, N.J. (PIX11) — A carjacking suspect was shot by police during a confrontation in Newark Tuesday morning, officials said. The suspect and a passenger traveled in the stolen vehicle from Asbury Park to Newark, police said. According to the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office, police were called to a home on Lyons Avenue for a […] → Read More

NJ officials warn of scammers exploiting Ukraine crisis

NEW JERSEY (PIX11) — As aid continues to pour into Ukraine amid the Russian invasion, charitable organizations are stepping up their efforts to help. But according to officials in New Jersey, scammers looking to exploit the crisis are also working overtime. The New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness issued an advisory this week […] → Read More

Man crashes car into row of SI homes with nine people inside: police

STAPLETON, Staten Island (PIX11) — It wasn’t just a rude awakening but one that rattled nerves along Van Duzer Street in the Stapleton section of Staten Island Thursday morning. Police say a speeding jeep that was being pursued by cops lost control, smashing into a row of homes where it ricocheted back out onto the […] → Read More

NJ drivers may soon be able to pump their own gas

NEW JERSEY (PIX11) — New Jersey’s decades-old law that requires an attendant to pump your gas is a perk — depending on who you ask — that not many drivers across the country have. In fact, the Garden State is the only place where this legislation still exists, and it’s now on the chopping block. […] → Read More

Program brings mental health care to NJ essential workers

NEW JERSEY (PIX11)–Ana Delgado, a registered nurse at Rutgers University, knows all about the emotional and mental strain of COVID-19. She says the past two years have taken a toll on her and her colleagues’ mental health. “COVID is, in the literal sense, a trauma that does not stop,” she said. Delgado is among the […] → Read More

New legislation aims to create trail celebrating NJ’s rich Black history

NEW JERSEY (PIX11) — From the Underground Railroad in Cape May to Camden’s historic Butler Cemetery, the roots of the first African-American communities in New Jersey run deep. Stories of oppression, the fight for freedom and noteworthy accomplishments go back centuries — and while some longtime residents may not know it — they’re woven deep into the […] → Read More

Paterson officials zero in on 4th ward where violence is on the rise

PATERSON, NJ (PIX11) – Family and friends gathered Friday to lay 18-year-old Robert Cuadra to rest. The honor student was collegebound and was caught in crossfire last month outside his grandmother’s home while bringing in groceries. The funeral happens just two days after another fatal shooting left a 43-year-old man dead – bringing the total […] → Read More