The Penn East Pipeline Protest came to Trenton and battle lines have formed along the Delaware Valley where a billion cubic feet of natural gas a day would flow. Environmental groups want it stopped, ...
Prudential held a ribbon cutting ceremony for its new headquarters in downtown Newark.
The world's largest indoor vertical farm is being built in Newark and will be stimulating the local economy with more than just jobs.
The remains of the day a tempest took out power to more homes than Superstorm Sandy. The wreckage to property in South Jersey is substantial. We'll report on the clean-up. Transit advocates throw a ...
New Jersey For Transit Coalition criticized Democrats who didn't fully fund NJ Transit in their proposed budget.
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.
Host of 'One on One' Steve Adubato discusses 'Newark at a Crossroads.'
An historic ruling on gay marriage, but the governor says he’s taking it to the Supreme Court. Plus, the inside story of Obamacare. And Gov. Christie’s hard words for some fellow Republicans.
Shaquille O'Neal, who was born in Newark, returned to the city to break ground on an apartment building, the first of its kind in 50 years.
Some believe tax incentives bring jobs to New Jersey and keep businesses in the state while others believe the incentives are given too freely and serve as a form of corporate welfare.
New Jersey School Boards Association Executive Director Larry Feinsod says local officials have had to come up with creative ways to educate students after some schools were severely damaged by ...
A big step towards medical marijuana.
Newark's Mayor wins a battle but is he losing the war?
The Governor draws a line in the sand.
Upping the ante in support of school vouchers as the Governor comes out blasting.