College and professional sports leagues lost their bet against legalized sports gambling. Now, New Jersey may make them pay up, nj.com reports. State Senate President Steve Sweeney told NJ Advance Media he’s exploring a lawsuit against the leagues so the state can recoup legal fees and back tax revenue now that the U.S. Supreme Court … Read moreCould sports leagues end up paying for losing wager against sports gambling?
A Pleasantville man was arrested after he allegedly ran from police and threw a handgun. Steven Young Jr., who was wanted on warrants, was spotted by Atlantic City Officers Valmir Loga and Jeffrey Hannon at 2:18 p.m. Wednesday at South Carolina and Baltic avenues, Sgt. Kevin Fair said. The two recognized him as being wanted … Read morePleasantville man allegedly ran from police and threw loaded gun
Customers weren’t the only ones surprised when they found out the KFC/Taco Bell in Atlantic City closed Thursday. Workers were called into a meeting Thursday morning and told the longtime location at 1501 Atlantic Ave. was closing permanently, a worker told BreakingAC. “They closed it right then and there at 10 a.m.,” Dayionna Taylor said. … Read moreAtlantic City KFC-Taco Bell closing unexpected even for workers
Residents are finding their voice — and a following — on YouTube. Local channels offer a little bit of everything, from web series to make-up tutorials to weather and sports and everything in between. Whether it’s to highlight their musical talents or share their inner thoughts, they all show a passion for what they post. … Read moreBreakingAC debuts new series highlighting local YouTubers
A Philadelphia man was arrested Monday after he allegedly slashed a man with a knife during an altercation. Officers were called to Sovereign and Atlantic avenues at 5:36 p.m. for the report of a man cut on the hand, Sgt. Kevin Fair said. Officer Robert Reynolds found the 55-year-old victim, who said he was cut … Read morePhiladelphia man arrested in Atlantic City knife attack