Task force members say they probably won’t meet again until the fall which means the EDA controversy has plenty of time to play itself out.
Opponents have launched an effort, led by former State Senator Ray Lesniak, to change Atlantic City's form of government. The idea is to replace the mayor with a professional manager as the executive ...
Supporters say tax incentives have saved what was once the most dangerous city in America.
The New Jersey Office of the Attorney General filed a six-count suit against ExxonMobil for contamination found in its Lail property in Gloucester County. This is the fifth natural resource damages ...
Getting released from prison might seem like cause for celebration. But more often than not, reentry to society presents a whole new slate of challenges for ex-offenders.
New Jersey’s three sports betting venues took in more than $16 million in legalized bets since it began a few weeks ago.
It may be a down day for the bookies, but it's the start of a new era for New Jersey as casinos and racetracks took their first legal sports bets.
Both the Assembly and the Senate unanimously passed an amended bill to regulate and tax sports betting in NJ.
The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a ban on sports betting as unconstitutional, concluding a decadeslong fight by the state of New Jersey. The ruling opens the floodgates for legal sports betting at ...
U.S. Supreme Court hears oral arguments in New Jersey sports betting case.
There was a lot of hallway activity as committees in New Jersey's lame duck Legislature rushed through a long list of bills.
State lawmakers on both sides of the aisle introduced bills to ban bump stocks in the wake of the mass shooting in Las Vegas.
Environmentalists argue the $225 million settlement amounts to pennies on the dollar compared to what the state should receive.
A judge tossed out a lawsuit to block the $300 million renovation of the State House.