Six Flags Great Adventure has three baby giraffes. Visitors can see the babies in person starting April 1.
Rep. Pallone discusses change-ups at the EPA, Republicans' possible replacement of the ACA and more.
The Pinelands Commission voted yes to a gas pipeline to pass through its preserved forest.
Environmentalists see the new EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt as a wrecking ball.
Survey finds while the rest of the country saw a 25 percent jump in solar job growth, NJ's fell by 14 percent.
The Turtle Back Zoo is now home to the only long-term sea turtle hospital in New Jersey, one of fewer than 10 in the Northeast.
Rutgers Professor Daniel Van Abs has given up on the Christie administration updating the water supply plan.
The majestic federally protected snowy owls are back from the Arctic and have been seen in New Jersey.
Like bears, crabs hibernate during the winter, feasting for months to prepare, so they are their meatiest this time of year.
New Jersey could see a 40 percent reduction in summer flounder fishing limits.
Protesters objected as the Pinelands Commission accepted final public comments on the proposed natural gas pipeline.
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities is offering towns money to conduct feasibility studies to create microgrids.
Using the same cars that take pictures for Google Maps, Google and PSE&G are able to detect methane leaks.
Dr. Paul Kovalski finished a 30-year journey to visit every national park at Paterson Great Falls.
If the constitutional amendment is approved by voters, funds from environmental settlements will go into a special lockbox to be used by those affected by the pollution.