In her speech, María Fernanda Espinosa Garcés focused on governments working together and encouraged coming to grips with better governance of social media networks.
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According to a leader in addiction treatment, families should be able to compare addiction recovery providers the same way shoppers compare cars.
For now, the nation’s first legal overdose prevention center is on hold with New Jersey taking a keen interest in the outcome across the Delaware River.
Commissioners Asaro-Angelo and McCabe answered questions from the Senate Budget Committee about the proposed FY 2020 budget.
More low-risk defendants were released with summonses or citations instead of warrants since bail reform was implemented in 2017.
Advocates for fair school funding thanked lawmakers for mapping out a plan for full funding and then expressed offense.
Mental stress and suicide are sensitive topics. The panelists said the topics are often talked about too late, but they hope open dialogue helps to changes the conversation.
The home appliance manufacturing industry is well aware of the potential dangers of smart appliances being hacked.
Independent Federal Monitor Peter Harvey, who oversees Newark Police, gave an update to the public about progress and problems. He told a forum that police have completed training on: engaging with ...
A new report finds immigrants, who make up 22 percent of the state's population, own 47 percent of main street businesses. Advocates say immigrants look to open businesses because racism and language ...
Alumna of the program, Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver advised candidates to raise money where they know they can find women.
For a company to qualify for Grow NJ tax incentives, it must meet certain standards for job creation and minimum company investments. But as a distressed city, Camden is held to lower standards.
A decade ago the State Department of Environmental Protection agreed to rank it's most contaminated sites. Those rankings never happened.
Assemblyman Lou Greenwald spearheaded a package of six bills to curb violence in the cities most affected. There was unopposed support in the legislation that would create more violence intervention ...
NJTV News correspondents and guests Analilia Mejia and former Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno provide commentary on Gov. Phil Murphy's 2020 budget address.