In an Assembly Appropriations Committee hearing, opponents voiced all sorts of concerns over a bill to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Stakeholders are pushing to pass a mandate that will test all NJ schools’ drinking water for lead contamination.
A surprise compromise clears the way for a judicial nominee to fill a vacant state Supreme Court judicial job, unfilled since Christie took office. The state fast tracks gun permits for people with ...
NJTV News Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron outlines contested Assembly races in the New Jersey primary.
Port Authority executive travel under investigation. The quest to lift superintendent salary caps. The master of tap -- Savion Glover. And the sweet, blooming cost of "Be My Valentine."
New Jersey's cap on superintendent salaries has caused some to leave their jobs.
One Newark: boycotts and busing issues start the school year. Extreme efforts to keep schools safe. Christie trades in Mexico. Pascrell takes on Putin over the Ukraine. Crime is down in Camden.
Districts throughout NJ are implementing measures to make schools safer for students.
Midnight deadline. The governor and lawmakers running out of time make their legislative moves. Newark's embattled school superintendent gets a new contract. We get reaction. And we've got sharks.
New K-12 district, South Hunterdon Regional School District, was created in Hunterdon County through consolidation.
The Senate takes aim and takes action on two Supreme Court nominees. Republicans and Democrats airing their differences over closing the budget gap. And should New Jersey teachers have to live in New ...
Senate panel voted to exempt counties bordering other states from having to employ only teachers who live in NJ.
Strong words as bridge scandal investigators take aim at each other. Who’s cashing in? The big money battle in college sports. And why is Ras Baraka running for mayor of Newark?
Officials are considering a bill that would end the practice of paying public employees for unused sick time.
Newark's "state of the city" might be precarious. New Jersey schools scramble to make up snow days. And pot may not be the cash crop you think it is.