A man who went crabbing in New Jersey soon displayed severe symptoms of a flesh-eating bacteria. Now, he's fighting for his life from the infection.
A measles outbreak has hit New Jersey and health officials are warning residents to watch out for signs of infection. The highly contagious disease already infected a couple of people in the states.
A major snowstorm whipped through the northeast and mid-Atlantic portion of the, including New York City on Tuesday.
An official necropsy report revealed that the humpback whale discovered in the shore of Sea Isle City died due to human interaction and severe entanglement.
The bipedal bear known as the "teddy bear of the forest" was spotted in New Jersey and has once again captured the hearts of animal lovers.
New Jersey's annual black bear hunting season has been extended by four days this year in order to reach the state's harvest goals. This decision follows recent changes made to the game code regulations and aims at reducing the number of bear-human encounters.
Extremely rare tortoise twins born at the Garden State Tortoise organization in New Jersey beat incredible odds to make it into the world but not without some help from the organization's founder.
University of New Hampshire researchers have discovered they can use the chemical signatures found in the inner ear bones of winter flounder to help them trace the fish to their estuaries – a critical part of remedying their population decline.
In resistance that was first noted in Israel in the late 1990s, lice are increasingly immune to certain common over-the-counter treatments.
New Jersey ospreys, a population that suffered from widespread use of DDT-based insecticides and lack of sufficient prey, have bounced back from near extinction, according to a recently released report.
New Jersey is the first US state to take a stand against the cruel ivory and rhino horn trade, banning all such items in a new law passed Tuesday.
New Jersey environmental officials are seeking a court order Thursday objecting to pending research that will involve blasting the ocean floor with sound waves, possibly killing or harming whales, dolphins and other marine life in the process.
Rutgers University scientists are planning to bombard a strip of the seabed off Long Beach Island with sound waves in a month-long, climate change-related study this summer, but are being met with strong opposition by environmentalists.
A New Jersey appellate court chose to uphold a rule that will allow the DEP to waive environmental regulations in cases they deem appropriate.