Last week, first lady Tammy Murphy moderated a panel discussion in Newark to bring attention to the maternal mortality issue in the Garden State.
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As the fatal overdose rate among youth continues to rise nationally, educators in New Jersey are looking to a prevention and early intervention program to curb youth substance abuse numbers.
Black mothers are five times more likely to die than white mothers in New Jersey, which is ranked 45th in the nation for overall maternal health.
In a state where people are on the go, and many foods are processed and packaged, one registered dietitian is hoping to bring back the basics of farm-to-table eating.
New Jersey is taking action to ensure that the injustice of wrongful convictions happens less frequently.
Lawmakers offered a up compromise on the bill after Murphy said their initial proposal didn't go far enough.
The president of Atlantic City Electric, Gary Stockbridge, spoke with NJTV News Correspondent Joanna Gagis.
The county said its commitment is ultimately to minimize redundancies and improve the financial health of its municipal partner.
After an unforgettable experience in the Little League World Series, members of Elizabeth's Elmora Troopers are returning home with their heads held high — and a special honor from the state's top ...
Newark joins the list of metropolitan entertainment epicenters to host the MTV Video Music Awards.
One domestic violence survivor designed an app to help other victims document incidents and build a case against their perpetrator for court.
Environmentalists rallied outside the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities hearing on Energy Master Plan. They say the plan doesn't do enough to address the climate crisis and falls short to meet even ...
A four-day academy hosted by the New Jersey Center for Tourette syndrome brought teens with Tourette syndrome together to learn more about their disorders and how to educate those around them.
In April, Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law the Medical Aid in Dying for the Terminally Ill Act, which allows terminally ill patients to self-administer medication that will end their life. But getting ...
Rev. Levi Combs is leading a new coalition of community organizations in Camden called Grassroots.