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Plans for a controversial, natural gas-fired power plant in the Meadowlands have stalled.
The state Department of Environmental Protection adopted official rules for how the state will implement the cap-and-trade program to limit carbon dioxide emissions.
State lawmakers voted in favor of a measure that would make it easier to expunge certain criminal records, particularly of individuals with past marijuana offenses.
Demand for medical marijuana is exceeding supply, causing shortages and keeping prices among the highest in the state.
Supporters of Gov. Phil Murphy's millionaire's tax rallied in its favor Monday, even as political momentum for the proposal continues to slow in Trenton.
No current high school students will have to pass the PARCC exam to graduate.
State health officials are calling for massive overhauls at nursing facilities following the death of 11 children from a viral outbreak at the Wanaque center last year.
Advocates argue expanding driver’s license access would increase highway safety and allow unauthorized immigrants to participate more fully in the state economy.
The war over tax incentives in the city of Camden is heading to court.
Just one day after defending it in public, Murphy changed course on his controversial plan to divert funds for firefighters and their families in times of hardship.
State Attorney General Gurbir Grewal is taking regulatory action to advance the state’s battle against the opioid epidemic.
Elnahal, a physician, will join a facility that has been under scrutiny since three infants died there last year following a bacteria outbreak.
Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law a compromise version of a bill he'd vetoed in January, saying at the time the state couldn't afford the high cost.
The director of the Elizabeth Police Department is stepping down.
James Cosgrove will resign after an internal investigation found he used racist and sexist language in describing members of his ...
Coley's career includes 25 years on the Newark police force, during which time she became the first woman to serve as chief, then director, of the department.