In their opening statement on Monday, federal prosecutors alleged that New Jersey governor Chris Christie was aware of the scheme now known as Bridgegate, whereby state officials closed lanes on the George Washington Bridge—the busiest bridge in the world, to punish the mayor of Fort Lee for not endorsing the governor.
The man who was just picked to run the commuter rail system of New Jersey, a fetid chemical swamp that falsely proclaims itself the “Garden State” in a desperate bid to convince dumb rubes and many of my coworkers that it’s not actually that bad, seemed all happy to be in charge of the whole shebang. Until, of course,…
State Troopers and detectives from Bloomfield, New Jersey managed to stop an alleged kidnapper and rescue the child on the site of the highway following the issuing of an Amber Alert.
Visiting family for the holidays can be pretty stressful. For Jalopnik editor emeritus Mike Spinelli and his family, the drive from Westchester to New Jersey was even more stressful than telling your Aunt Karen it’s time to cool it with the eggnog.
After considerable thought, I have decided to devote today’s column to the second-most annoying issue that affects our society today: getting gas in New Jersey. Number one will always be people who clip their toenails on airplanes.
A hangar collapsed at Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, New Jersey, and four of the nine people inside at the time were injured. The hangar was unused and undergoing demolition when it unexpectedly collapsed at approximately 2:00PM EST yesterday.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
A 22-year-old stole a car, got stopped, stole a police car from the officers trying to get him, then led half the cops in Bergen County, NJ on an almost unbelievable chase. Here are the intense final minutes of pursuit from the car that finally brought him down.
New Jersey’s weekend of drift cars and dive bars is upon us! East Coast Bash starts this Saturday. Here are the details.
It has been a long and complicated battle when it comes to Tesla sales in the Garden State. The automaker was selling cars for several years, then all of the sudden they were shut down due a violation of franchise laws. Now New Jersey lawmakers are getting closer to a full scale approval of Tesla direct sales.
Two women survived with only minor injuries after they found their Toyota RAV4 flying gracefully through the air like a swan. The driver, who was cut off by another vehicle, swerved to avoid a collision and hit a snowbank, sending her and her companion flying 60 feet off a bridge to a riverbank below.
Pouring rain followed immediately by freezing temperatures combined to produce extraordinarily dangerous conditions yesterday, killing three and injuring dozens. But it's one thing to read about something like that, and it's another to look through your rear window and see a skidding tractor-trailer crunch its way…
You want me to spoil it for you? You want me to? Really? Fine. HE JUMPS A NISSAN THROUGH A FLAMING CHRISTMAS TREE. There.
It was a cold winter last year, so I don't particularly blame Mercedes for uprooting itself from chilly New Jersey towards balmier Atlanta, Georgia as we're reportedly going to find out is happening today. I'd just like to point out we called this way back in November.
This isn't "dragging an exhaust pipe," or even "driving on a flat tire." The front-right tire of this tired old Chrysler 300M is completely absent, and the wheel itself has been ground down to the shape of the letter D. Yet the driver presses on. And on. How could you possible reckon this is a reasonable idea?!
To cut down on cars running down pedestrians, apparently a big problem in Fort Lee, New Jersey, police have created an "elaborate sting operation" in which an officer dressed as Donald Duck would try to cross the street, netting fines for drivers who didn't stop.
When you encounter a roadblock in the middle of the night, it's normally just cops doing some sort of routine check. When one of our readers found this roadblock, there definitely weren't any cops.
Jersey City, in a place called New Jersey, wanted to deter speeders with some speedbumps. "Okay," the construction firm they hired said. "How about six inches high?" "No," the city replied. "It needs to be higher than that. Much, much higher." School busses flying through the air is the result.
A New Jersey cop has baffled news networks around the nation by crashing into a Dunkin Donuts.