The report found "unscrupulous activity” and “downright dangerous” rip-offs occurring at some used-car dealerships across the state.
State inspectors have found 38 violations in 20 out of 50 businesses in Point Pleasant and Seaside Heights.
A campaign to close juvenile prisons. Can community-based care succeed when incarceration fails? Community members weigh in on Newark police reforms that could include cataloguing each time a cop ...
NJ lawmakers are considering a bill that would regulate companies collecting fees for fantasy sports.
State lawmakers move to send a message on protecting unauthorized immigrants on campus. What do folks who voted for Donald Trump think of his immigration ban and some of his apparent miscues the first ...
Sen. Nicholas Scutari has proposed a bill that would ensure the integrity of arcade claw games.
How safe is the surf? The answer affects not only the state's vital tourism industry, but the state of our health. How legit are those arcade games on the boardwalk? Do the proprietors leave to chance ...
The governor's "No Pain, No Gain" tour hits the beach. Forcing the disabled into state-run group homes? The anniversary of the email that messed up the bridge. And the intrinsic beauty of bacon.
Telebrands, based in Fairfield, is facing a five-count civil complaint.
Disrupting the pension system. Disturbing incidents of children left to swelter in cars. Distributing funding to prevent brain injuries in college athletes. And we'll talk Jersey attitudes.
Ocean County Long Term Recovery says clients rebuilding from Hurricane Sandy have become victims of fraud.
Protecting pensions by raising taxes. Lawmakers and the governor on a collision course. Hello summer, goodbye Tony Mack. Trenton's former mayor heads to prison. And why did Jersey City's new mayor ...
Division of Consumer Affairs inspectors and undercover officers found gold buyers breaking the rules.
Let the games begin. Internet gambling has now arrived in the Garden State. Gov. Christie sounds off on the DREAM Act and critics are calling it a flip-flop. And we look at dangerous toys.
Public interest group NJPIRG found high lead levels, choking hazards and toys that are too loud.