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.
The new documentary Sex and Broadcasting highlights WFMU, a freeform radio station.
Spurring development to save Atlantic City. Emergency repairs for schools? The money's gone. Enrolling in Obamacare. This time, it's different. And what on earth is net neutrality?
Christie's appointed commission to study standards-based testing have a few weeks before recommendations are due.
Rescuing Atlantic City. First fix the debt. Fleeing New Jersey. Half want to leave. Streamlining Jersey City. The Parking Authority may go. And honoring veterans.
Mayor Fulop says he's following through on a campaign promise to dissolve all the city's autonomous agencies.
Booker, Sweeney, MacArthur worked the concession line at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst this Veterans Day.
Three years out is the 2017 governor's race off and running? Seeking tax revenues for cities with Urban Enterprise Zones. And Bay Head's oceanfront homeowners bucking the big dune project.
Officials are considering a bill that would give back a portion of sales tax revenue to Urban Enterprise Zones.
Jersey City's new naturalized citizens and the immigration debate. A Newark renaissance in real estate. Newly elected representative Bonnie Watson Coleman. Berm building stopped by a shipwreck. And ...
Thirty immigrants representing 15 countries became American citizens.