New directions in combating drug abuse. New concerns about the profitability of internet gaming. And new inspiration as Jersey hosts the Special Olympics.
The amount of tax revenue brought to New Jersey through online gaming has been lackluster since it was legalized.
The governor's bridge scandal report. Does it clear him or raise more questions? A bad bug. Why are many students and teachers getting so sick? And how did New Jersey end up with the highest autism ...
NJ.com Senior Political Reporter Darryl Isherwood says that online gambling may be in trouble since the bill Congress is considering to ban the practice has bipartisan support.
Digging out again. New Jersey deals with another snowstorm. A powerful U.S. senator wants the federal government to investigate those lane closings on the George Washington Bridge. And the rush is on ...
Sen. Lesniak hopes to allow those outside the U.S. to legally use NJ internet gambling sites.
A legal tax fight leaves online retailers crying foul. A state audit questions the spending habits of Newark City Council. And high marks for a school breakfast program.
Atlantic City casino executives say the first week of legalized internet gambling has gone well.
Let the games begin. Internet gambling has now arrived in the Garden State. Gov. Christie sounds off on the DREAM Act and critics are calling it a flip-flop. And we look at dangerous toys.
NJ now has legalized online gambling for those within the Garden State's borders.
Director of the Division of Gaming Enforcement David Rebuck says internet gaming is off to a good start in New Jersey.
JFK in New Jersey. We'll take a look at the Garden State connection 50 years after that dark day in Dallas. Plus, the effort to help America's warriors during their desperate hours. And reaching out ...
Jeanette Hoffman and Bill Pascrell III discuss the week in politics with NJTV News Managing Editor Mike Schneider.
The Christie administration puts a tax cut on the front burner. Senate Republican leader Tom Kean talks about his challenge from the governor. And internet gaming comes to the Garden State.
While the full rollout of online gaming is expected to begin Nov. 26, "soft play" has begun.