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Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback Announces Philadelphia Area K-9 Grant

September 22, 2016
Today, Pittsburgh Steelers' Super Bowl Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger announced the Ben Roethlisberger Foundation at The Giving Back Fund will be distributing a grant to the Willingboro Township Police Department in New Jersey just northeast of Philadelphia where the Steelers will play the Eagles on September 25.

NJ Officer Stabbed in Face at Domestic

September 22, 2016
A Vineland, NJ, man was charged with attempted murder Wednesday after he allegedly stabbed a police officer in the face and head at the suspect’s home during a fight with two officers.

Father of NY Bombing Suspect Says He Reported Son to FBI in 2014

September 20, 2016
The father of accused terrorist bomber Ahmad Khan Rahami says he contacted the feds in 2014 when his son turned violent after he returned to New Jersey from a trip to Afghanistan. More Here.

Wealth of Clues Led to Quick Arrest of Bombing Suspect

September 20, 2016
Ahmad Khan Rahami provided investigators with a wealth of clues that led to his arrest about 50 hours after the first explosion, according to three law enforcement officials familiar with the investigation.

NJ Chief "Very Proud" of Officers Who Captured Bombing Suspect

September 20, 2016
The police chief of Linden, New Jersey, is "very proud" of his officers' preparedness after they engaged in a shootout and captured the suspect in the New York and New Jersey explosions this weekend.

Video: Father of NY Bombing Suspect Says He Reported Son to FBI in 2014

September 20, 2016
The father of accused terrorist bomber Ahmad Khan Rahami says he contacted the feds in 2014 when his son turned violent after he returned to New Jersey from a trip to Afghanistan.

NY Bombing Suspect Captured After Shootout, Officer Wounded

September 19, 2016
The dramatic shootout on a rain soaked street in Linden, NJ, came after the police issued a cellphone alert to millions of residents in the area telling them to be on the lookout for the suspect, who was described as "armed and dangerous."

Manhunt Underway for Suspect in NY, NJ Bombings

September 19, 2016
Authorities released a photo Monday of a man being sought in connection with the bombing in Manhattan that injured 29 people over the weekend.

Five IEDs Found Near NJ Train Station

September 19, 2016
An explosive device detonated during a police attempt to disarm it in Elizabeth, New Jersey early Monday, in the third New York City area incident involving what appear to be improvised bombs.

Atlantic City Officer Shot in Head Leaves Hospital

September 16, 2016
An Atlantic City police officer who was shot in the head as he responded to a robbery outside a casino Sept. 3 left the hospital Thursday afternoon to applause from dozens of officers and other rescue personnel.

Atlantic City Officer Shot Outside Casino Recovering

September 9, 2016
Police say 29-year-old Officer Joshlee Vadell's ventilator has been removed as he continues to recover from the shooting.

NJ Officer Critically Wounded in Atlantic City Shootout, Suspect Killed

September 4, 2016
One police officer remains in critical condition and one suspect is dead in an exchange of gunfire outside an Atlantic City casino early Saturday.

Video: Retired NJ Officer Rescues Baby from Hot Car

September 1, 2016
A quick-thinking retired officer in New Jersey jumped into action after seeing a baby girl crying and sweating profusely inside a locked car.

Retired NJ Officer Rescues Baby from Hot Car

September 1, 2016
A quick-thinking retired officer in New Jersey used a sledgehammer to rescue a baby girl he saw crying and sweating profusely inside a locked car, as he said the temperature inside the vehicle soared above 120 degrees. More Here.

NJ Boy Who Bought Officers Lunch Gets Special Patrol Car

August 31, 2016
A little boy in New Jersey, who bought lunch for police officers in his town, now has his very own police car, courtesy of the men and women in blue.

NJ Boy Saves Allowance to Buy Lunch for Officers

August 29, 2016
William Evertz Jr. saved up his allowance for seven months and went to a Subway restaurant on Wednesday to get sandwiches for officers in Winslow Township, a suburb of Philadelphia.

Video: NJ Transit Officer Rescues Man from Tracks

August 29, 2016
According to authorities, New Jersey Transit officer Victor Ortiz climbed down from the platform at the terminal in Secaucus after reports of a man lying in the tracks on Friday, Aug. 26.

NJ Transit Officer Rescues Man from Tracks

August 29, 2016
According to authorities, New Jersey Transit officer Victor Ortiz climbed down from the platform at the terminal in Secaucus after reports of a man lying in the tracks on Friday, Aug. 26. More Here.

Video: NJ Officer Catches Children Jumping from Window of Burning Home

August 23, 2016
With choking smoke and towering flames, Sayreville (NJ) Police Department Officer Brian Gay knew there was no time as family members trapped upstairs in the home started to jump.

NJ Officer Catches Children Jumping from Window of Burning Home

August 23, 2016
With choking smoke and towering flames, Sayreville (NJ) Police Department Officer Brian Gay knew there was no time as family members trapped upstairs in the home started to jump. More Here.
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