The mayor of Newark and nearly 30 other city employees may be on track to become among the highest paid municipal workers in the state.
Anthony Ambrose, Newark's public safety director, gives a preview of the city's crime statistics to be unveiled in January.
To avert a repeat crisis, whether natural or man-made, Baraka’s soliciting input and outlining an emergency response plan to minimize future gridlock.
The border squad is seen as a weapon against crime on the East Orange and Newark border.
National night out is a festive event, but its mission of improving relations between police and the communities they serve is a serious one.
The city says new emergency equipment will save millions in costs of private vendors.
Newark's police camera system makes residents Big Brother.
The city's Ivy Hill neighborhood, which is home to some 30,000 residents, has not had its own police precinct in more than a century.
Federal monitor Peter Harvey discusses revising policies on use of force and the city's first bias-free policing policy.
Federal Monitor Peter Harvey presented findings from the second quarterly report on reforms and grappled with concerned residents.
Evaluators from around the region observed the unique emergency drill hoping for new insights.
More than two dozen departments, officers and prosecutors in New Jersey received awards for building trust and increasing transparency.
Republican Gov. Christie touts his accomplishments, cautioning that Democrats campaigning for his seat might un-do them. The Assembly speaker's campaigning to keep his seat of power navigating ...
Because the Newark Police Department is under a consent decree, it conducted a community survey.
The Senate president throws down the gauntlet, threatening no state budget unless progress is made on school funding. Progress on the Bayonne Bridge. They'll complete repairs six months early. We'll ...