Christie says the message needs to go beyond "Just say no" to keep kids from using illegal drugs.
A Saint Barnabas orthopedic surgeon is the first in the state to use a new joint replacement surgery.
It's official, we've marked the third consecutive hottest year on record. So what's New Jersey's plan to confront it? The state's long-term public education plan gets the green light from the federal ...
Barnabas Health and the New Jersey Devils are partnering up to provide education about athletics and nutrition to kids in an effort to create healthier lifestyles.
New guidelines to end the epidemic of addiction and death from prescription painkillers. The CDC instructs doctors treating chronic pain to prescribe a limited amount and only as a last resort. A ...
NJTV News has confirmed Chris Christie is ending his presidential campaign. His fate was etched in the Granite State's primary results. The debate bounce he anticipated went elsewhere, bouncing ...
The New Jersey Devils retired the jersey of Martin Brodeur, celebrating the goaltender's career.
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.
NJ Sports & Exposition Authority board voted to shut the IZOD Center down for 2 years.
Where to spend hundreds of millions of dollars? The next big step in Sandy recovery. The politics of pollution. New rules prompt a partisan divide. And saying goodbye to a man who gave so much and is ...
Lewis Katz died in a plane crash over the weekend. Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron, who knew Katz well, discusses his life.
The president takes on Obamacare's problems and impending deadline. High honors for a New Jersey jail and we'll tell you why. Plus, what is the problem down on the dairy farm?
NJ Devils President of business operations says that the organization is a reflection of the community.
New developments in the GWB lane closure controversy. Strong emotions as lawmakers consider the fate of the DREAM Act. And looking for ways to storm proof the Jersey Shore.
New Jersey Devils CEO Scott O'Neil says in order for the team to sell more tickets, they need to reach out to the corporate market.