Residents waiting for Sandy aid told Sen. Menendez about their plight and he plans to bring their stories to Washington.
Standing ovation. The governor gets a strong reaction from a national conservative group. Who’s responsible? Investigators still searching for clues at that devastating gas explosion. And it’s ...
Sen. Pres. Sweeney and other legislators heard from Linden residents impacted by Sandy.
Investigating a disaster. What caused that fatal gas explosion in South Jersey? Rolling back the rates. Congress moves to make flood insurance cheaper. And joking around. A powerful Democrat shares ...
LoBiondo says the passing of the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act is an accomplishment.
NJ has surpassed Florida as the state with the highest number of mortgages that are more than 90 days delinquent.
New Jersey's Ukrainians call out for help. What really went on at the governor's town hall meeting. And from casino to food pantry in Atlantic City.
Christie held his 112th town hall meeting where he said the government needs to change.
New Jersey's Ukrainians call for help for their homeland. The governor fast tracks a way to tear down Hurricane Sandy damaged homes. And here we go again -- more snow.
U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development will be monitoring NJ's handling of federal Sandy recovery funds.
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.
Fair Share Housing Center Associate Director Kevin Walsh says it puzzling to see HGI bills higher than expected when the company did not produce any reports for their Hurricane Sandy work.
The governor, talking up his budget and talking down the pollsters. Angry union reaction to Christie’s call for new pension reforms. And the mayor of New Jersey’s capital city kicked out of ...
Leaders of NJ's unions say that members have already compromised with their pensions to help the state.
Dire predictions from the governor in his budget address. Democrats fire back over so-called entitlements. And where did Rutgers get the money to join the Big Ten?