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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.

Hard Rock Outlines Plans for AC Casino Hotel

Officials say Hard Rock’s new $375 million Atlantic City casino hotel will transform the old Taj Mahal and the city’s economic landscape.

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.

Environmental Advocates Speak Out Against Proposed EPA Cuts

Opponents of President Trump's proposed cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency say the reduction would lead to more pollution and dangerous conditions nationwide.

Discussing Ways to Grow NJ Manufacturing

A group of manufacturing professionals and state lawmakers spent two days talking about how to grow the industry that’s garnering more than $50 billion.

Bill Encouraging Municipal Consolidation Awaits Christie’s Approval

Supporters of municipal consolidation say merging towns will reduce property taxes. But not everyone is on board with the updated bill that's sitting on Gov. Christie's desk.

In Newark, Dems Rally for Unity and Against Trump

National Democratic Party Chairman Tom Perez and Vice Chairman Keith Ellison were in Newark calling for party unity.

In Paterson, Christie Joins Medical Staff to Talk Opioid Addiction

Gov. Christie met with medical staff at St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center to discuss the facility's Alternative to Opiates Program and the overall fight against addiction.