Next week is an important one for the Garden State, as Gov. Murphy delivers his first budget address.
Michele Siekerka spoke with David Cruz about what business leaders want to see in the state.
The governor took questions today for an hour and spoke about a variety of topics.
Republican Gov. Christie touts his accomplishments, cautioning that Democrats campaigning for his seat might un-do them. The Assembly speaker's campaigning to keep his seat of power navigating ...
The biggest cost of the health care replacement could be the loss of health insurance for millions of people, as soon as next year. A parent group files suit to get the teachers last in, first out ...
Gov. Christie said that not only are more people working in New Jersey, but more people are looking for work.
A final blow for the underused Izod Center. The vacant Hoffmann-La Roche tract's reincarnated as a medical school. Atlantic City's coming back. And help for addiction's a single phone call away.
Congressman Bill Pascrell says New Jersey's economy should be doing a lot better than it is and the next governor is going to have to work to improve it.
A court battle in Trenton over same-sex marriage. A big crackdown on gun violence in the state capital. The state loses jobs. And the Devils get sold.
New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Harold Wirths says the numbers are preliminary and overall, the state is heading in the right direction.
Sen. Barbara Buono claims Gov. Chris Christie is in denial about the struggling economy by projecting overinflated tax revenues coming into the state.
James Hughes points out that there is sometimes a disconnect between the unemployment rate and the number of created jobs.