Chief Scott Thomson says the department has made great strides in the city, but there is still room for improvement.
Scammers are using classified ad website Craigslist to trick renters into paying deposits for false property listings.
The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that a complete internet blackout against a registered sex offender was unreasonable.
The recently passed measure treats mediated settlements as if they were court judgments, meaning they’re binding.
Police and fire representatives don't agree on a bill meant to transform the retirement system.
FBI Director James Comey confirmed an investigation into the relationship between Russia and the Trump campaign.
The bill would give first responders more leeway in administering an opioid antidote.
A bill would transfer management of the police and firemen's retirement system from the state back to its members.
New Jersey residents continue to speak out against President Trump's travel ban.
Nonprofit Inspira Health Network has created Deterra, which uses charcoal to neutralizes drugs before disposal.
Newark residents are encouraged to take a consent decree community survey about interactions with police.
In a lawsuit, six Newark parents say experience and performance should count more than seniority and tenure.
Catalino Guerrero requested ICE stay his deportation while he applies for a special visa.
Gov. Christie says he'll work with Sen. Sandra Cunningham to get an expungement bill through New Jersey’s Legislature.
Bill would recognize concealed carry the same way states recognize driver’s licenses.