Taking the streets to protest the police, even as police protect them. Training State Police to handle the disturbed and dangerous. Millions of us head for the Turnpike. And finding that tree. A guide ...
New Jersey State Police are working with mental health organizations to improve training.
Cops on the beat taking extra precautions. Begging's banned. Is poverty a crime? Is Mercedes-Benz hitting the road? Preserving an historic ball field. And hospitals help through the holidays.
A bill has been signed making Hinchliffe Stadium part of the National Park.
New rules on Cuba. The impact on trade, travel, cigars? Carjacking down in North Jersey. Raising the gas tax. Who's pro? Who's con? Tray-free dining.
Not offering trays in dining halls saves money and cuts down on wasted food.
From Missile Crisis to major thaw. New casinos in New York. Can Atlantic City survive? The Port Authority chair strikes back at United. Spillover from the East Orange Water Commission.
John Degnan says United Airlines is a monopoly that is keeping airfares out of Newark Airport high.
Port Authority spending. We've got the man in charge. Progress in Atlantic City, not all of it good. Knocking out the red light cameras. A race to enroll in Obamacare before midnight.
John Degnan discussed high overtime costs, the GWB scandal and increasing transparency at the Port Authority.
Obama and Christie. Together again! Spending 215 years of overtime pay in nine months. A real-time crime center in Newark. Drumthwacket -- decked out for the holidays.
The Port Authority spent nearly $200 million in the first nine months of 2014 in overtime.
Nine months later, acting Education Commissioner David Hespe's confirmation hearing. Turning the tables on stalkers. Making public information public. And writing computer code? It's elementary.
Requests for public information can be filled differently depending on the county.
Big tax breaks lure big companies to Camden. Worth the price? Rutgers football is Big Ten. Worth the switch? The flu is stronger than the vaccine. And New Jersey's kids come back home.