The gun buyback program, started the day of the deadly school shooting in Connecticut, took more than 1,100 guns off the streets.
Lawmakers in New Jersey have differing opinions about what, if anything, should be changed with regard to the state's gun control laws.
Sal Risalvato says legislation requiring gas stations to install backup generator won't prevent gas lines when another storm like Sandy impacts gas distribution.
A plume of the dangerous chemical vinyl chloride was released into the air following the train derailment this morning.
Former U.S. attorney for New Jersey Herbert Stern wrote a book chronicling his time in office prosecuting corrupt politicians and officials.
AT&T Chief Security Officer Edward Amoroso says security experts like himself work to reduce the risk of cyber attacks, which could be harmful since our society has become more dependent on ...
New Jersey Attorney General Jeff Chiesa says his office has stopped a big supplier of heroin from operating in Paterson.
Assemblyman John Wisniewski says many residents will likely be preparing for flooding this weekend ahead of the arrival of Hurricane Sandy. He also discusses subpoenas to Port Authority officials to ...
Questions still remain about how many of the city of Camden's 270 officers will be rehired to join the new county police force.
Asbury Park has had 43 shootings this year and many view the city as unsafe, which worries those with businesses in the city as well as city officials.
Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle (D-37) says the first step in tackling the problem is raising awareness that human trafficking is taking place right here in New Jersey.
After several attempted abductions in Bergen and Passaic counties, area police are asking residents to be vigilant, watch their children closely and report suspicious activity.
Dominick Marino, President of the Professional Firefighters Assoc. of NJ, took the governor to task on his treatment of the state’s firefighters.
Alexander Shalom, policy counsel for ACLU-NJ, says the New Jersey State Police have failed to release public information about their policies.
Asw. Annette Quijano, chair of the Assembly Homeland Security and Preparedness Committee, says the goal is to get residents the information they need to be prepared for emergencies.