The weekend is here and if you’re looking for a fun activity this weekend or during the upcoming week, here is a list of events happening Oct. 3 to Oct. 9.
Could the economy cash in on legal sports betting? Wanna bet? Could addiction recovery lie in Recovery High? Astonishing brain science behind "baby talk." And Bill Cosby on Jersey arts.
Major pro sports leagues have filed a motion in federal court to stop sports betting.
A new anti-terrorism team. Legally attacking domestic abusers. Inmates back on the street. Shocking news about poverty here. For-profit hospitals. We're following the money. And dining on dandelions.
Members of the Assembly approved six bills meant to protect victims of domestic violence.
There's a hole in the budget deeper than we knew. And another credit downgrade. Does it take public outcry to make the punishment fit the crime? Cooking oil in your gas tank? Is that even legal?
Senate Pres. Sweeney wants AG to look into the handling of Ray Rice case and see if he was treated the same as others.
Disrupting the pension system. Disturbing incidents of children left to swelter in cars. Distributing funding to prevent brain injuries in college athletes. And we'll talk Jersey attitudes.
The NCAA has agreed to create a $70 million fund to help diagnose brain injuries in student athletes.
Showdown at the town hall. The governor gets an earful. Fighting an epidemic of drug deaths in the Garden State. What can stop it? And a controversial priest is defrocked by the Vatican.
NJ Transit Executive Director Ronnie Hakim was in Camden to hear what riders had to say about transportation service.
A shakeup in Republican ranks as Sen. Tom Kean Jr. dumps those who challenged him. A subpoena for David Samson? Reports the feds are investigating the Port Authority chairman. And why did NJ Transit ...
Assembly Transportation Committee held a hearing on how the Super Bowl was handled.
The governor addresses the bridge scandal and his future plans. The education commissioner says he’s leaving. And did NJ Transit really fumble its Super Bowl schedule?
Sen. Gordon says a March hearing will address issues at NJ Transit, including Hurricane Sandy and Super Bowl.