After two Bergen County police officers got into a heated exchange with a state trooper on the New Jersey Turnpike, some freeholders have renewed calls for merging the county department.
The president's call for military action in Syria is being considered by New Jersey's congressional leaders. The gubernatorial candidates share the spotlight at a Labor Day parade. A museum director ...
AAA New Jersey Director of Public Affairs and Government Relations Cathleen Lewis expects more than 1 million New Jerseyans are traveling for the Labor Day holiday.
According to an ACLU survey of about 500 New Jersey police departments, many are ill-equipped to answer basic questions about filing a citizen complaint.
New Jersey is facing the first major snowstorm of 2013 which will impact travel and possibly cause power outages across the state. Get the latest updates on Nemo, weather-related resources and ...
NJ Transit has resumed some service, but using public transportation has been challenging since Hurricane Sandy impacted the area.
Flooding and power outages have begun as Hurricane Sandy starts affecting New Jersey.
Data shows traffic fatalities are up 9 percent nationally for the first half of 2012, but New Jersey has seen a reduction in the number of deaths.
Attorney General Jeff Chiesa speaks about allocating resources, the joyride on the GSP involving state troopers and cracking down on consumer fraud.
Attorney General Jeff Chiesa announced criminal charges against two state troopers who allegedly led a high-speed escort down the Garden State Parkway and New Jersey Turnpike in March.
Toll hikes that take effect in January are meant to pay for a 10-year, $7 billion capital program.