As hospitals struggle with a dwindling supply of masks, hospital gowns, and other medical essentials, New Jerseyans are stepping up to help out communities and organizations. Many of them are now ...
KIPP charter schools handed out 2,000 laptops to parents for home schooling. Teachers collected them from classrooms after a survey found more than half of the 4,800 students needed laptops. KIPP says ...
State Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio discusses the impact that the coronavirus is having on the state's budget process, which is usually in full swing right now.
Dr. Martin Blaser, professor of Medicine and Infectious Diseases at Rutgers University, answers some common coronavirus questions.
Working with newly available stats, state learns one in four symptomatic patients tested have COVID-19
Gov. Murphy signs bill lifting restrictions on telehealth services, but can they slow seemingly inexorable spread of deadly coronavirus?
Fund is robust thanks to a series of reforms halting budget raids that had stripped it in the years before the Great Recession
Governor also says he is unsure how long schools will remain closed in favor of remote learning
Gov. Murphy and the Legislature should develop a plan now to address the current situation and the next two to three years
The hospital at the epicenter of NJ's COVID-19 outbreak is running low on supplies. It's sterilizing masks for potential reuse and considering using converted garbage bags as hospital gowns as the ...