Experts say getting rid of standing water and limiting exposure to mosquitoes is the best way to prevent West Nile.
A solution to the under-funded pension program? Get a federal loan. State Senate President Steve Sweeney offered that multi-billion dollar fix today. He's been on the job for two years. But John ...
Virtua and Capital Health Systems have filed a lawsuit challenging a law allowing the transfer of ambulance services.
A new place to place your bets? What about at a Hard Rock Casino in the Meadowlands? It could happen. The proposal comes with big promises. But it will happen only if voters are willing to bet on the ...
Health care and social service industry workers are more likely to experience workplace violence than others.
Investigators probe the cause of a fatal Amtrak derailment. Stepping up military security. Tumult over turnaround schools. Better bedside manner? Be a horse whisperer. And a great white "Shark Tale."
New Jersey plans to reduce its charity care subsidies to hospitals because of high Obamacare enrollment.
Will that train or bus ride cost you more? Who's adopting electronic cigarettes? Your teens. Flu concerns for dogs and cats. The latest Revel ruling. And some major league hacking at Rutgers.
A new strain of canine flu has been spreading throughout states in the Midwest.
A secret database lets the government track you. A plan for offshore drilling down south raises hackles here. The Edgewater conflagration's in the courts. And funding the fight against homelessness.
The American Lung Association says New Jersey isn't doing enough to stop tobacco use.
It was legal construction. Should the building code be changed? Dashcam video goes viral. Police kill a black man. Bolstering the nation's blood supply. And Birthday Boy Bucky's big day.
New Jersey often has to import blood from New York and other areas to meet its demand.
It was not a drill. It was not Ebola. But are we prepared for the real thing? Sayreville football under the microscope. Stopping the bullying in Newark. And fishing for dollars.
NJ hospitals have precautions in place should a patient with the Ebola virus arrive.