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In Newark, Officials Say Police Reforms Will Move Forward Despite Sessions Order for Review

Newark is one of 14 police departments across the country currently under consent decrees. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has called for an immediate review of that process.

Flooding Concerns with Heavy Rain, But NJ Still in Drought

Most of New Jersey dodged a bullet Tuesday without major flooding, but more rain is on the way for Thursday. Even with the recent rain, the state is still in a drought.

NJ Transit Unsure When Normal Train Schedule Will Resume

After Monday's train derailment at New York Penn Station, NJ Transit isn't sure when normal service will resume.

Activist Marks Anniversary of King Assassination

Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated April 4, 1968. People's Organization for Progress Chair Larry Hamm reflects on the anniversary and the current climate for African-Americans.

Asm. John McKeon Wants Changes for Whistleblower Cases

Assembly Judiciary Committee Chair John McKeon wants to make sure that information whisleblowers expose is provided to the public.

Small Business Owner Claims NJ Transit Owes Him Over $1M

Russell Graddy claims NJ Transit owes him more than $1 million after plans to relocate his small business from the old Atlantic City bus terminal fell through.

At Newark Liberty, United, TSA Officials Unveil Efficiencies They Say Lead to Better Safety

Representatives of the Transportation Security Administration and United Airlines unveiled the final phase of their automated screening lanes at Newark Airport, touted as a high-tech solution to long lines at check-in.

Kids Get Life Lessons from Basketball Stars

"Full Court Press: Prep for Success" brought together kids ages 8 to 18 with retired professional basketball stars who shared their experiences and gave them advice.

Real Talk to Keep Kids on the Right Path

People who have had run-ins with the law spoke with young people during a Linden Police Athletic League event meant to help kids make good decisions.

Baroni, Kelly Get Jail Time for Roles in Bridgegate

Bill Baroni was sentenced to two years in prison and Bridget Kelly 18 months for their roles in the Bridgegate scandal.