The New Jersey Planning Conference is a chance for planners and politicians to look ahead on projects at the federal, state and local levels.
Over 17,000 people have signed the Convention of States petition in New Jersey.
Civilian review for Newark cops. Kids read with Camden cops. Saving Camden neighborhoods with a wrecking ball. Taking the temperature of health care. And the new charity buzz: shop local.
Monmouth University Polling Institute Director Patrick Murray says 73 percent of Americans polled believe that a terror attack like the one that occurred in Paris is likely to happen in America.
A high stakes State of the State address. How it played to the Garden State and to the nation. Hacker attack on the U.S. Central Command. Changing security protocols in a digital age.
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security: Companies Share Responsibility to Protect Against Cyber Attacks
DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson says that there is a lot that companies can do to protect their networks from cyber attacks.
Debating paid sick leave for all. Christie on providing addiction recovery services. Trenton unloads vacant properties cheap. And they're small but mighty. Making a joyous noise.
Founding Director of the Alan Vorhees Transportation Center Martin Robins says it is an absolute necessity that the Hudson River train tunnels are fixed.
A full dress funeral. A young police officer is laid to rest. New body armor accessory for cops: body cameras. The "Raise the Roadway" Bayonne Bridge redo is raising hackles.
Rep. Pallone says BPU needs to look at the offshore wind farm proposals over the long term.
Paying for the bridge scandal. How lawyers are making millions for taxpayers. Death on the turnpike. Are trucking laws putting us in harm's way? And why are there so many people turning to temp work?
Federal investigators are looking closely at commercial trucking and safety issues.
Senators Cory Booker and Robert Menendez want to introduce legislation that will reinstate a "Pollution Pays" measure.
Blowback on the bridge scandal. Does an old letter reveal something new? Fighting food deserts and growing jobs in the inner city. And the secret of their success. A governor and a senator address the ...
Rutgers University Associate Research Professor Dr. Daniel Van Abs says it could cost New Jersey anywhere from $4 billion to $9 billion to fix the over 100-year-old water infrastructures in about 21 ...