Some are still without power as the winter storm comes to an end.
Less than a week after a nor'easter cut power for thousands, another nor'easter is on the way and some still people still don't have power.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka discusses the city's progress in getting back to normal after the snowstorm.
The Pope calls for action now to save the planet and its people, especially those most vulnerable to the effects of climate change -- the poor. They kill twice as many people as die in traffic ...
Today's Garden State Express stories from Atlantic City, West Deptford and Bound Brook.
A record in funding pensions, but Christie's still getting sued. A record deal: three cents on the dollar for despoiling the state. We get slammed with snow ... again. Bad news? Not for these people.
Companies that provide snow removal are happy when the snow comes, while others see fewer customers.
The Ferguson fallout. No Army contract, no work. Narcan. Price hike or price gouging? The antidote for stroke: video games. And that nor'easter. It's coming.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says that New Jersey will see a snowstorm work its way up the state throughout Wednesday.
Meteorologist Cifelli says that snow will return with possible accumulations of 6" in some portions of NJ overnight.
The governor meets with victims of Hurricane Sandy who are still waiting for help. The casinos take another hit despite internet gambling. And the warnings are out for a big and dangerous storm.
New Jersey Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Thomas Bracken says that the weather this winter is having an impact of New Jersey's businesses.
Digging out from the big snowstorm and another one is on the way. Christie supporters try to protect the governor by targeting his accuser. And the Super Bowl's gone but did New Jersey turn out to be ...
Meteorologist Gary Szatkowski says more snow could be on the way for New Jersey.
Travel troubles, closed schools and reports of thundersnow as the Garden State gets hit again. A dangerous respiratory virus reaches high levels in parts of New Jersey. And the Assembly chairman ...