Despite an appeals court ruling saying New Jersey's sports betting law conflicts with federal law, Sen. Raymond Lesniak says state officials will take the issue up with the Supreme Court and believes ...
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.
Albert Coutinho resigned his position in the Assembly and entered into a plea agreement with the Attorney General's Office for theft and falsifying records related to his family's charity foundation.
It's been 12 years since the terrorist attacks of 9/11 and security agencies have taken steps to ensure the public is safer.
A 14-year-old was the 10th fatal shooting or stabbing victim in Newark in as many days. Hundreds gathered at City Hall, demanding action.
Trenton Mayor Tony Mack held a press conference with Police Director Ralph Rivera to discuss how to control the violence that has gripped the city. He wouldn't discuss the calls for him to resign his ...
Firefighters face the risk of electrocution when battling flames on buildings with solar panels and electric cars.
In the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in December, many New Jersey school districts have taken steps to help ensure the safety of students and staff.
After two Bergen County police officers got into a heated exchange with a state trooper on the New Jersey Turnpike, some freeholders have renewed calls for merging the county department.
The Fairfield Police Department is part of the "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign. The department receives federal grant money, which they use for extra DUI patrols.
With an increased number of homicides and violence in Trenton, some officials have suggested investigating a county police system like Camden.
Congressman Leonard Lance says he wants to repeal the Affordable Care Act and replace it with a common sense alternative. He also wants to make sure the southern border is secure before implementing ...
A group of small business owners are calling on federal lawmakers to address immigration reform.
Assemblyman Reed Gusciora says he wished Gov. Chris Christie signed a bill that would have banned .50 caliber weapons in the state. He says those types of weapons are only used for warfare.
Gov. Christie is taking heat from some Democrats and gun control advocates for vetoing legislation, some of which he previously supported.