The 200 Club of Essex County gave awards to police officers and firefighters who risked their lives for others.
Residents want to preserve history, but fire officials want changes to ordinances that would reduce the risk of fires.
Because the Newark Police Department is under a consent decree, it conducted a community survey.
The Uniform Crime Report shows overall crime down in New Jersey but higher rates of murder and rape for 2015.
Stun guns currently remain illegal in New Jersey, but the state has 180 days to institute new laws.
Laurie Woog discusses H-1B visas, which companies use to employ specialized skilled foreign workers.
Members of the Newark Police Department will be equipped with body cameras and dashboard cameras.
Rutgers student and DREAMer Carimer Andujar received a letter from ICE ordering her to attend a deportation hearing.
The state corrections commissioner says crime and the state's prison population are down.
Morristown's Safe Place program aims to protect the LGBTQ community from hate crimes.
When public employees retire with unused sick and vacation time, they get that money, which adds up.
The Monmouth County Sheriff's Office held a forum with students and leaders of county and state agencies.
The head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Newark, John Tsoukaris, says the agency prioritizes enforcement.
Morris County Sheriff James Gannon re-purposed a police van to help those addicted to opioids.
NJ collects $120 million a year in 911 fees but only about 11 percent is spent on that.