Finger-pointing over budget shortfalls. Income tax revenues lawmakers had banked on didn’t come in. Where will they find an extra $800 million now? Securing critical infrastructure. The state ...
Was it a bait and switch? The state's top court questions changes in the state workers' pension system as an Assembly committee questions the next proposed budget. And inventing the next gee whiz.
The Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide has created a new training video for teachers.
A joint response team if Ebola lands here. Flu season is here. Are you protected? Why don't female veterans get the same benefits as males? Teaching teachers 3D printing.
Garden State Equality Executive Director Andrea Bowen says that the LGBT movement is not over with same-sex marriage and that there are many more issues to tackle.
It was not a drill. It was not Ebola. But are we prepared for the real thing? Sayreville football under the microscope. Stopping the bullying in Newark. And fishing for dollars.
Newark is encouraging tolerance as part of its "Week of Respect" anti-bullying campaign.
How are guns getting into New Jersey? You'll be surprised. For-profit colleges are closing, taking the cash and leaving students in the lurch. Getting into college without taking the dreaded SAT.
Garden State Equality Executive Director Andrea Bowen says she would like to start exploring the broad spectrum of health care issues that affect the LGBT community.
The Supreme Court says yes to gay marriage. We’ll tell you what the governor had to say about that. Plus, a new poll in the governor’s race. And we talk to the head of New Jersey’s largest ...
Since the state Supreme Court upheld an order by a trial judge allowing same-sex marriage in New Jersey, couples are getting ready to tie the knot.
Less than expected. The Christie administration tries to explain why the state is taking in less than they expected. Plus, the Senate president takes aim at Sen. Buono and her controversial choice to ...
Assemblyman Reed Gusciora (D-15) says he hopes Gov. Chris Christie reconsiders his veto of same sex marriage, but wouldn't mind putting the issue before voters in November.