Obama and Christie. Together again! Spending 215 years of overtime pay in nine months. A real-time crime center in Newark. Drumthwacket -- decked out for the holidays.
The Port Authority spent nearly $200 million in the first nine months of 2014 in overtime.
In Jersey City, street artists just need property owners' permission, not city approval.
Does the Port Authority budget reflect reforms? Tweeting crime tips to cops. Child care costs more than college. A rapid Ebola test. And a busted Revel deal. Now what?
Christie and Cuomo need to sign bills meant to make the Port Authority more transparent.
The website FilmJC.org is a navigation tool for those looking to do a film production in Jersey City.
No indictment. New Jersey reacts to the grand jury decision in the Eric Garner chokehold case. What's next for Atlantic City? And living below the line. Changing laws and attitudes to fight poverty.
Sen. Raymond Lesniak says casinos in North Jersey are the last hope for saving Atlantic City.
Soaring taxes in a town that can least afford it. A $50 million boost for Camden High School. Military surplus weapons get a second look. And seniors support retesting senior drivers.
Sen. Gill made a list public that breaks down what municipalities have gotten from a military surplus equipment program.
Technology that benefits both the police and the public. The battle to really clear his name and prove an Elizabeth man truly is innocent. And what a survey says about us working on Thanksgiving.
New Jersey's three major cities are planning to outfit police officers with body cameras.
The Ferguson fallout. No Army contract, no work. Narcan. Price hike or price gouging? The antidote for stroke: video games. And that nor'easter. It's coming.
The decision of the Ferguson grand jury is on the minds of New Jersey city leaders.
Immigrants are relieved. Reconsidering offshore wind farms. Animal shelter officials in hot water. Stroke patients rehab with robots. And renegade radio. The way it used to be.