In a recent active shooter drill conducted at the NJCU School of Business, safety instructors urged participants to be proactive in emergency scenarios.
The senator stood alongside immigrants and beneficiaries of DACA in Jersey City to urge the president not to cancel the program.
The NJBIA dedicated a day to look at the millennial exodus and strategies to keep college-bound students in the state.
School districts plead with the Senate Budget Committee to change the aging school funding formula and give them more. One program that's getting less from the federal budget gives ex-cons the ...
NJCU hosted a field hearing on protecting and preventing for terrorism at rail and bus stations in NJ and NY.
Christie calls for sweeping change to the troubled school funding formula. Instead of sending 58 percent of aid to just 5 percent of school districts, he's calling for a flat rate for all. Securing ...
Stocks have tanked and the global slide could end a sustained six-year-long market rally. Expect to have your bag checked at the movies. Increasing gun violence down south has led to increased ...
A flailing Chinese economy and tanking oil prices hurt the US market this week.
When the state's in financial stress, state institutions get squeezed. It's happening in higher ed where costs are already soaring. Counting the homeless. Fewer are struggling for shelter in the ...
Moody's says credit downgrades were driven by the state's weak financial position.
Indicted again. The doctor and friend of Sen. Menendez. This time accused of ripping off taxpayers. Disputing suicide in the Sheridan fire deaths. And some who make Big Macs want bigger bucks.
New Jersey City University is moving its School of Business, founded in 2013, from its main campus to the heart of Jersey City's financial district. It's slated to be open in September 2015.
An embattled senator pushes a "made in America" law. Cardiac warning signs for young athletes. Eighty years old and still one hot hub. The "Blurred Lines" between inspiration and plagiarism.
A jury decided the song "Blurred Lines" was too similar to Marvin Gaye's "Got to Give it Up" and awarded the Gaye family $7.4 million.
A wall of security to block terror plots. Smartphone encryption to block even the government. A watchdog quits. Jersey boy Jeter's last blast. And duck decoys. Craft or quackery?