Craig Coughlin talks legislative priorities and appointments as the new speaker-elect.
There are a number of bills being used as leverage as the state's budget deadline nears.
With just three days left to finalize the state budget or face a government shutdown, it's crunch time in the Capitol. Lawmakers added funding for schools, prisons and community affairs programs. Will ...
The Department of Health has a $1.6 billion budget.
The state Department of Health's commissioner in the hot seat. What's the plan if federal funding to Medicaid gets cut? A Republican running for governor hops an NJ Transit train to hear commuter ...
Cathleen Bennett discussed a variety of topics, including the Zika virus, lead, tobacco, cancer research and addiction.
Narcan, two years in. Is the program that's armed first responders with the heroin antidote been enough to prevent overdose deaths? The governor on curtailing the epidemic. How to pay to replace our ...
What's the plan for our water supply? Clear-cutting forests to go green? Airborne lead in Sandy's wake showing up in residents' blood. Under one roof -- a coordinated effort to help the homeless.
Lawmakers expressed concern that education funding from the state has remained steady for four years.
Crunching numbers for lawsuits, schools and snow removal add up to a crushing bottom line. A playground little tots in Lambertville call theirs is toxic. And prepping beaches to withstand another ...
Ras Baraka and Shavar Jeffries are campaigning with less than a week to go before election day.
New schools for Newark, but will that calm critics of state control? Rebuilding bridges. The promise and problems beneath two major spans. And bay watch. Can Barnegat Bay be saved?
While officials say Newark schools are moving forward, some still wary of Cami Anderson.
New texts and emails in the bridge scandal. New concerns over the damage this winter may be doing to our waterways. And a new bill impacting anybody involved in adoption.
Assemblywoman Eliana Pintor Marin says that Newark Superintendent Cami Anderson may not be the best person to help move Newark forward right now because she has lost the community's trust.