Thousands of New Jersey federal employees returned to work after being furloughed for 16 days during the partial government shutdown, to the relief of workers and business owners who serve them.
New poll numbers and a burst of activity as the Senate candidates head for the finish line. Plus, did the governor really change his mind on a controversial issue? And the last minute maneuvering to ...
With the EPA lab in Edison still shuttered because of the government shutdown, furloughed federal employees say they have become pawns in a political fight and are suffering because they don't know ...
Women groups make a plea for earned sick pay. Gov. Christie signs gun control measures. And Ocean County business are surviving but not thriving.
Congressman Frank Pallone is reintroducing a bill, the Medical Waste Management Act of 2013, which would track medical waste. More of that type of waste has been washing up on New Jersey beaches.
Sen. Buono tries to lower the boom on a controversial ad campaign. Plus, new poll numbers giving good news to the Senate frontrunners. And we have an interview with the man who already has that job -- ...
The EPA announced a dredging project to remove contaminated sediment on a half mile stretch of the Passaic River that has high levels of PCBs, mercury and dioxin.
The Democratic candidate for governor trying to line up Democratic votes. Plus, the governor vetoes the early voting bill. And the class of 2013 goes looking for jobs.
According to EPA Regional Administrator Judith Enck, the EPA money to the state of New Jersey, $229 million to be exact, is unprecedented.
After the Ford Motor Company dumped contaminants in Ringwood in the 1960s, the cleanup continues. The EPA says the process is moving forward but residents are concerned about their health.
Mark Mauriello says the first order of business for New Jersey will be persuading Congress to provide the financial aid states need to begin the recovery process.
Former Republican Gov. Christine Todd Whitman says the results of the presidential election should serve as a wake-up call for the GOP to do some soul-searching.
Damage from Hurricane Sandy caused heavy damage at the Passaic Valley Sewage Commission's Newark treatment facility.
A cleanup and demolition of a contaminated site on Clark Street in Garfield will begin Oct. 8.
A 750-foot stretch of the Passaic River in Newark is less toxic than it was a year ago thanks to dioxin being removed.