WNYC/NJ Spotlight Reporter Scott Gurian said that he did not find clear evidence that politics was involved in how the state distributed Sandy funds.
St. Patrick's Day is March 17. There are many parades scheduled throughout the state to celebrate, starting March 1.
With the unrest happening in Ukraine, New Jerseyans are concerned about relatives who are overseas.
Bad weather on the busiest travel day of the year. We’ll tell you what’s happening as we head into Thanksgiving. The governor rips Obamacare as new delays are announced. And the highest honor for ...
PSE&G is taking all necessary precautions to avoid a blackout at the Super Bowl in the Meadowlands.
A new poll in the governor’s race. New questions about Obamacare. We have the Assembly speaker and Republican leader here for a debate. Plus, the former mayor of Newark, Sharpe James.
Both Barbara Buono and Chris Christie visited New Jersey diners days before the election.
The latest on the government shutdown. Strong words in the U.S. Senate debate. Milly Silva takes on Gov. Christie. And the date has been set for internet gambling.
PSE&G President and COO Ralph LaRossa says the improvement project the utility is proposing for $3.9 billion would help across the board. If less money is available, officials would have to make cuts.
A New Jersey congressman says it’s time to end the shutdown. Plus warnings about the New Jersey courts. And charges against a powerful politician.
The pharmaceutical company's departure from Summit will have economic impacts on local business owners and the municipality.
Flood victims get an offer they can’t refuse. Plus, the Buono economic plan. The rising cost of gasoline. And how taxes sent a hockey star running home to Russia.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono discussed her economic plan for the state in Nutley, which focuses on the middle class, a group she says Gov. Chris Christie doesn't relate to.
A new budget for New Jersey. You’ll hear the compliments and the criticism. Plus, another Democrat for the governor. A running mate for Sen. Buono? And Congressman Rush Holt on how to deal with that ...
Sen. Ron Rice (D-28) says despite the passage of laws to ensure transparency and accountability, New Jersey doesn't do a good job of enforcement and it remains one of the most corrupt states in the ...