A Westfield pilot program will feature voting machines that have a paper trail.
Social justice advocates say a Yale Law School study is the ammunition needed to end isolated confinement by law in New Jersey.
Experts say communication is key to first responders dealing with work trauma.
An audience of police, prosecutors and advocates learned how the FBI enforces the federal color of law statute.
New numbers from AAA show there were over 4,000 crashes in the state involving deer just in a three-month span.
The state touts alternatives to incarceration for the shrinking juvenile population.
The acting director of the New Jersey Division of Consumer affairs says the most important thing to do is to check with the division to make sure the mover is licensed.
A bipartisan bill that expands access to treatment for substance abuse disorders and cracks down on illicit import of opioids passes both houses of Congress. The proposed legislation also expands ...
Students say changes to Rutgers' sexual harassment policy is a good first step.
The last-minute logistical nightmare arose after former Sheriff Michael Saudino resigned Sept. 28 over racist remarks — triggering a special election.
New Jersey, unlike eight other states, has no anti-discrimination provision protecting employees who are medical marijuana cardholders.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted 11 to 10 along partisan lines to advance Judge Kavanaugh's nomination to the Senate floor, but not without high stakes drama.
The lieutenant governor and attorney general joined graduates at a Juvenile Justice Commission commencement.
Amid the backdrop of the Kavanaugh hearings, the state Legislature votes to update its anti-harassment and anti-discrimination guidelines.
It's not about spending more money on addiction treatment, but using it more effectively -- according to a new report by the New Jersey Reentry Corporation.