Lawmakers and advocates push to raise awareness and penalties to deter fatalities of emergency responders during traffic stops.
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NASA's rovers have already found evidence on the Mars of ancient organic material, methane and a bacteria that can turn light into fuel.
Liquor licenses in New Jersey can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Assemblyman John Burzichelli says his bill would change an old system to make prices affordable for many restaurant owners.
Some say sky-high liquor license prices are holding back business owners and limiting economic growth across the state.
It’s a system that’s been in place since prohibition, and the liquor license laws in New Jersey haven’t changed much since.
Transportation infrastructure and increasing the number of electric vehicles on the road were key topics at Friday's Southern New Jersey Development Council event.
The report shows only 9 out of 47 hospitals in New Jersey met the C-section standard rate of no more than 23.9 percent.
The treatment helps Vickie Siculiano, the mother of a three-year-old son, spend more time with her son.
A tax policy expert is singling out Sen. President Steve Sweeney for what he believes is an error in the senator's analysis of his data. The battle in Trenton continues over the costs and benefits of ...
After nearly a decade, the Camden City School District will reintroduce its gifted and talented program. In the fall, the district will begin a pilot program for 130 students.
New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy attended this year's Young Women Conference at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory. The event encourages more girls to go into STEM fields, and is something the ...
New Jersey law currently allows 16- and 17-year-olds to marry with parental consent, and allows children under 16 to marry with parental and judicial consent.
NJ Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness Director Jared Maples discusses how the state keeps up with online threats and the importance of securing the state's election infrastructure.
In the wake of the slaughter in a Parkland, Florida high school, New Jersey's schools have added to their routines this semester active shooter drills, armed guards, video surveillance and safety ...
It's a big job ensuring the safety and security of the state's ports and points of entry, its elections and events, its public and cyber spaces. Gov. Phil Murphy chose to leave in the job a former ...