Tensions mounted between residents and police after the fatal shooting of an officer.
Lawmakers take up the Death with Dignity Act. We'll tell you how they voted. The Senate President has some choice words for Governor Christie's opposition to his Sandy Bill of Rights. And a promising ...
Seven Jersey City Police Officers are claiming political retaliation is at play in the department.
Marching on Washington. New Jersey’s Ukrainians demand more help for their homeland. Close 'em down. Why are some big name chains closing so many stores? And battling over history. Who will save a ...
The Friends of the Loew's has filed a lawsuit against Jersey City, claiming the city is violating the group's lease by seeking a private company to manage Journal Square's historic Loew's Theatre.
A most unusual way to open the State of the State address. Gov. Christie takes on the bridge scandal and then lays out his agenda for his second term.
Fulop, Bollwage, Zimmer say they've been on the receiving end of Christie retaliation.
Historic changes in the Garden State as same-sex couples get married and the governor drops his legal challenge. Plus, why is President Obama angry about Obamacare?
Just after midnight on Monday, same-sex couples gathered at Jersey City's municipal building to legally marry for the first time in state history.
It’s time for the running mate debate. Guadagno versus Silva and we have a preview. Plus, a late ruling from the Supreme Court on gay marriage. And will Hollywood come to the Hudson?
Mayor Steven Fulop hopes Jersey City can become a top destination for film and TV productions, which he says will help all residents save money.
Overcoming the inferno. Investigators look for the cause of the Seaside fire while victims look for help. Plus, mass murder on a U.S. Navy base. Sen. Menendez talks about the Syria crisis. And we've ...
Newly appointed Jersey City Public Safety Director James Shea says while emergency personnel may be wary of change, he plans to use all the city's resources to their fullest potential.
An assemblyman quits. Sen. Buono cancels a date. And a congressman says he’s still on the fence.
Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop quit his job at Goldman Sachs to join the Marine Corps after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. He says his time as a Marine got him interested in public service.