Governor Christie delivers his State of the State Address from the Statehouse in Trenton.
It's not just cold, it' dangerous as a wintry mix heads our way.
A big meeting in the wake of synagogue attacks in Bergen County.
New Jersey blood donations fall to a critical level.
Another synagogue attack and police are calling this attempted murder.
Tragedy in Trenton as New Jersey's longest serving lawmaker, Alex DeCroce, dies suddenly.
Democrats say gay marriage is job number one in Trenton. The horses are running at the Meadowlands and there's talk of a casino.
How blocking judicial appointments affects the Garden State. Will new types of gambling help or hurt Atlantic City? And a proposal to take the cuffs off New Jersey's wineries and vineyards.
A green light for a key Christie nominee. Will internet gambling be coming soon to a computer near you? And a NJ entrepreneur who just can't stop starting new businesses.
Congressman Bill Pascrell speaks out about the challenge from fellow Democratic Congressman Steve Rothman.
New Jersey's dangerous highways - why did more people die in 2011?
Some things will cost you more in the year ahead. A new law gives people expanded options for end of life care.
A storm in Trenton - a week of violence has the mayor asking for help. And our New Jersey history series looks at the origins of Lambert Castle.
Red light, green light - are traffic light cameras there for safety or making money?
Governor Christie plans to jump back on the national political stage for Mitt Romney. And learn about a Jersey City cemetery's history.