A pricey facelift for the historic, haggard Elizabeth station. The president's get-into-college free card. Another blow racing toward Atlantic City. And it's like speed dating for arts troops.
Meadowlands Racetrack operator Jeff Gural says the horse racing industry has failed to attract young people and it's staying around because of other options at racing facilities.
Major push back on proposed PATH service cuts. Casinos in Liberty State Park? We'll check the fine print. Early Intervention to stop school violence and Keeping the "Garden" in the Garden State.
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron discusses Christie's recent appearance at a Dallas Cowboys game and the possibilities of Christie making a presidential run.
Big tax breaks lure big companies to Camden. Worth the price? Rutgers football is Big Ten. Worth the switch? The flu is stronger than the vaccine. And New Jersey's kids come back home.
The Rutgers football team is playing in the Quick Lane Bowl after its first season in the Big Ten Conference.
Rep. Bill Pascrell says NCAA's main concern should be the safety of the athletes, not money.
Technology that benefits both the police and the public. The battle to really clear his name and prove an Elizabeth man truly is innocent. And what a survey says about us working on Thanksgiving.
Monmouth Park is looking into offering fantasy sports betting while appealing the ban on sports betting.
Sandy two years later. The economic, emotional, physical and political ramifications of the wreckage and restoration. The congressional race in District One. Big problems over breakfast.
Republican Garry Cobb and Democrat Donald Norcross are running in New Jersey's First Congressional District.
Are all bets off? Pro sports leagues file suit against sports betting. Supporting his party, Gov. Christie campaigns for U.S. Senate candidate Jeff Bell. And seeing signs of hope in Newark.
Five major sports entities filed a complaint to stop a law allowing sports betting in NJ.
Debating paid sick leave for all. Christie on providing addiction recovery services. Trenton unloads vacant properties cheap. And they're small but mighty. Making a joyous noise.
Montclair's Drums of Thunder, made up of fourth- and fifth-graders, recently performed the halftime show at an Eagles game.