Trenton police were called to a home on Wednesday afternoon on the 1500 block of Chestnut Avenue for a report of an unresponsive 28-month-old girl who fell down the stairs. Curtis Silva reports.

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Prosecutors: Man Burned Girlfriend’s 2-Year-Old Daughter With Scalding Water, Suffocated HerTrenton police were called to a home on Wednesday afternoon on the 1500 block of Chestnut Avenue for a report of an unresponsive 28-month-old girl who fell down the stairs. Curtis Silva reports.
Former Eagle Patrick Chung Indicted On Cocaine Possession ChargeNew England Patriots safety -- and former Philadelphia Eagle -- Patrick Chung has been indicted in New Hampshire on a charge of cocaine possession. A Belknap County grand jury indicted the 32-year-old Chung on Aug. 8. Curtis Silva reports.
New Jersey Ranked Worst In Road Conditions, Performance In U.S., Report FindsNew Jersey hasn’t fared too well in the latest national rankings of state highway systems. A report released Thursday by the Reason Foundation ranks New Jersey dead last in cost-effectiveness and conditions. Curtis Silva reports.
Police Responding To Call About Child Sex Abuse Find Mummified Remains, Altar At Man's Home, Prosecutors SayPolice responding to a call about child sexual abuse said they found mummified remains and an altar to an unknown deity in the Essex County home of a man who is now facing multiple charges. Robert Williams is scheduled for an initial court appearance Friday. Curtis Silva reports.
Chester Police Officer Arrested For Giving Stolen Department Taser To Man Convicted Of Impersonating Journalist:ProsecutorsA Chester City police officer has been arrested after prosecutors say he distributed a stolen taser to a convicted criminal known as "Nik the hat." Katie Johnston reports.
Woman Fakes Own Abduction To Get Ransom Money, Atlantic City Police SayPolice say an Atlantic City woman faked her own abduction in an effort to get ransom money. Casandra Ogelsby, 25, was arrested Tuesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania Priest Accused Of Stealing Nearly $100,000 From ChurchProsecutors say he spent the money on a beach house in Ocean City, travel and men he was having sexual relationships with. Katie Johnston reports.
State Worker Fired Over Anti-Semitic Social Media PostsA state worker who also heads a local NAACP chapter has been fired from his state job over several anti-Semitic and racist social media posts. Katie Johnston reports.
Delaware Official Defends Lifeguards After They Were Criticized For Putting Sick Shark In Trash CanLifeguards at a Delaware beach drew criticism for placing a 4-foot-long dying shark into a trash can, but a beach official says guards acted in the interest of public safety. Katie Johnston reports.

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Snake Left Behind At TSA Checkpoint At Newark AirportThe TSA didn’t need Samuel L. Jackson from stopping one snake to get on a plane. A snake was left behind at a TSA checkpoint at the Newark International Airport on Monday night. Katie Johnston reports.
Muhammad Ali's Former New Jersey Mansion Now Available On AirbnbFor anyone looking to walk the same hallways as “The Greatest,” you now have that chance. Muhammad Ali’s former mansion in Cherry Hill is available on Airbnb. Katie Johnston reports.
Lehigh Township Police: Woman Ran To Neighbor For Help, Dragged By AttackerPolice in Northampton County say a woman who pounded on her neighbor's door screaming for help was dragged away by her attacker and was found being held by a man in a nearby home's attic. Katie Johnston reports.
Police Searching For Suspect Wanted In Robberies On Two Consecutive Days At Boost Mobile In KensingtonPhiladelphia police are searching for a suspect wanted in robberies on two consecutive days at a Boost Mobile store in Philadelphia’s Kensington neighborhood. Both times, police say, the man brandished a gun while handing employees a note. Katie Johnston reports.
Court Renews Battle Over Buffer Zone Around New Jersey Abortion ClinicA lawsuit over a buffer zone around a Bergen County abortion clinic has been revived. A federal appeals court in Philadelphia has written that a lower court was mistaken when it invalidated an ordinance in the town of Englewood. Katie Johnston reports.
Pennsylvania State Police Asking For Horse DonationsThe Pennsylvania State Police is asking for horse donations to support its mounted patrol. The department relies on donations to fill a stable of 28 horses at the Academy in Hershey. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Falls Onto Tracks After Wrong Train Door OpensNew Jersey Transit is investigating why a train door opened on the wrong side of an outbound train, causing a passenger to fall out of the train in Hudson County. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey Woman Left 3 Kids Alone In Car For Hours While Gambling At Casino In Bethlehem, Authorities SayAuthorities say a New Jersey woman left three young children alone in a car for two hours while she gambled at a Bethlehem casino. Milady Borda is facing three counts of child endangerment. Katie Johnston reports.
Woman Wins $5 Million In New Jersey Lottery After Praying To Mother For BlessingA New Jersey woman won $5 million in the lottery after praying to her deceased mother for a blessing. Nonie Briggs, of Bergenfield, became an instant millionaire after playing the $30 Lucky 7s Scratch-Offs ticket at the Oprandy's Wine & Liquor over the weekend. Katie Johnston reports
Study Finds 8 Out Of 10 People Have Cried At WorkA new study found eight out of 10 people have cried at work, which means the other two are either lying or wait to have their existential crisis in the parking lot. The study was published by the job search company Monster. Katie Johnston reports.
Backstreet Boys Fans Upset Over ‘Lack Of Organization’ At Hersheypark Concert After Postponed Due To StormsAs fans were entering the park, they were told to seek shelter under the grandstands or stay in their car due to the heavy downpours that were passing over the area. Katie Johnston reports.
Couple Fakes Birth And Death Of Baby To Obtain Donations And GiftsPennsylvania State Police say a couple faked the birth and death of a baby to obtain more than $600 in donations and gifts from friends and family. Geoffrey and Kaycee Lang were charged Thursday with theft by deception and receiving stolen property. Katie Johnston reports
New Jersey Judge Sorry For Telling Woman To Sell Nude Photos To PlayboyThe girlfriend was seeking to have the man’s wife return explicit photos of herself, which she feared would be shared on social media. Katie Johnston reports.
Nearly $1 Million Of Counterfeit Smartphones Seized In PhiladelphiaFederal authorities in Philadelphia seized nearly $1 million worth of counterfeit smartphones. Officers recently snatched up 4,449 combined counterfeit phones in two separate busts, the U.S. Customs and Border Protections announced on Thursday. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey Jobless Rate Hits New Low Of 3.3%New Jersey’s unemployment has fallen to a new low of 3.3%. The state Labor and Workforce Development Department made the announcement Thursday. Katie Johnston reports.
New Jersey Man Dies After He Was Pinned Under Car He Was Working On With NephewA Passaic County man has died after he was pinned under a car that he was working on with his nephew. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Accused Of Smashing Glass Doors, Spray-Painting Graffiti At Wilkes-Barre Planned ParenthoodA man has been charged with breaking into a Planned Parenthood office in Luzerne County, smashing glass doors and painting graffiti on the walls. Katie Johnston reports.
Dog Found Tied To Tree In Coatesville: PoliceAuthorities in West Caln Township are asking for the public's help identifying a female dog that was found tethered to a tree in Coatesville. The dog was found on the 1200 block of Telegraph Road on Sunday, West Caln Township police say. Katie Johnston reports.
Lenny Dykstra Facing Viral Bagel Boss Guy In Celebrity Boxing MatchFormer Philadelphia Phillies All-Star Lenny Dykstra will be stepping into the ring for a celebrity boxing match in Atlantic City next month. Katie Johnston reports.
Ex-Olympian Charged With Attempted Murder After Shooting Woman In New Jersey, Prosecutors SayA history of disputes between a former Olympic equestrian athlete and two people who rented from him at a farm in Morris County where he trains riders apparently turned violent this week, leaving a woman with life-threatening gunshot wounds. Prosecutors on Thursday charged Michael Barisone, 54, with two counts of attempted murder and weapons offenses. Katie Johnston reports.

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