Newark's "state of the city" might be precarious. New Jersey schools scramble to make up snow days. And pot may not be the cash crop you think it is.
Newark Mayor Luis Quintana doesn't want the state to take over the city.
Closing in on a budget. We'll look at New Jersey's financial challenges. Raw emotion as the Senate president reconsiders a gun control bill. And a traffic nightmare down the shore.
The ongoing Route 35 construction project backed up motorists for hours over the weekend.
More than 10 inches of snow has fallen in some areas and temperatures have plummeted.
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The latest on the government shutdown. Strong words in the U.S. Senate debate. Milly Silva takes on Gov. Christie. And the date has been set for internet gambling.
PSE&G President and COO Ralph LaRossa says the improvement project the utility is proposing for $3.9 billion would help across the board. If less money is available, officials would have to make cuts.
Goodbye to a Supreme Court justice and hello to another potential confirmation battle. Plus, the countdown to primary day. And sign of a horse racing comeback.
Steve Lonegan said a tweet that some called racist is last week's news, but opponent Alieta Eck said it shows he's not a viable candidate for Senate.
Foreign aid comes to the Garden State. And it’s a major donation for hurricane recovery. Plus, new problems for the Rutgers president. New developments in the Senate race. And we talk to the new ...
Newark Mayor Cory Booker has been criticized for neglecting his city after launching a bid for U.S. Senate.
The $100 million grant from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg towards Newark's schools continues to attract scrutiny. The Facebook money and other donated funds are being closely tracked by the Newark ...
ACLU-NJ Acting Executive Director Edward Barocas says his organization got involved in a legal fight to get the e-mails released because officials were trying to conceal public information.
Greg Taylor, President and CEO of the Foundation for Newark’s Future, says Newark schools have turned a corner as evidenced by recent graduation numbers and an historic teacher contract.