By Monday morning the two-lane road will become a four-lane road thanks to a $1.7 billion rehab project.
Gov. Christie announced that the "Raise the Roadway" project at the Bayonne Bridge is six months ahead of schedule.
The Senate president throws down the gauntlet, threatening no state budget unless progress is made on school funding. Progress on the Bayonne Bridge. They'll complete repairs six months early. We'll ...
Elizabeth's mayor and Sen. Bob Menendez talked about the arrest of the man suspected of planting explosive devices.
The manhunt ended in a shoot out. The suspect linked to bombings on both sides of the Hudson captured because a citizen saw something and said something. How, why the suspect wound up in Linden. What ...
Ras Baraka led a motorcade to protest alleged racism and lack of local and minority hiring by longshoremen’s union.
An unconventional start to the Republican convention, featuring a floor fight and speakers both political and unconventional. Gov. Christie's not on the ticket but still in the game. He's the honorary ...
New Jersey's outlawed payday loans. So how is it possible that state worker pension funds were used to purchase a payday lender? Consumer activists are calling it a bad investment. A scramble for ...
NJTV News Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron discusses the federal proceedings today in federal court on the corruption trial for Sen. Bob Menendez.
On the Waterfront. Christie rejects a bill to dissolve a 62-year-old bi-state agency. Preventing the next fatal home fire. Corporate tax breaks could cost how much? And they're page-turners.
Supporters of the bill say the Commission is impeding job creation.
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson joined NJTV News’ Mary Alice Williams to have an in-depth conversation about the state of security in the U.S. today.
Is Christie too cozy with the Cowboys? Containers in Port Newark. Homeland Security's scanning for danger. Hospitals paying for making people sick. And a green dune defense. Christmas trees!
Some officials say Port Newark and Port Elizabeth need to improve shipping container security.
Analyst Says Port Authorty’s Multi-Billion Dollar Bridge Plan Addresses Safety and Commercial Concerns
Martin Robins of the Alan Voorhees Transportation Center said the project is way overdue, considering the structural defects and wear and tear on all three bridges.