Protesters in Newark rallied against the Trump administration’s "zero tolerance” policy that forcibly separates children from immigrant families at the border.
County prosecutors hold a series of town halls to provide transparency and understanding of the investigations in police-involved shootings.
A package of transgender rights bills recently cleared the Legislature and await Gov. Phil Murphy’s signature, the largest of which allows residents to change their gender identity on a birth ...
The governor's chopper was grounded by weather and he missed the Professional Firefighters Association of New Jersey's meeting.
Mid-State Correctional Facility attempts to shift the criminal justice approach to addiction from punitive to rehabilitative.
Health Commissioner Elnahal urges physicians and caregivers to think of medicinal marijuana as mainstream medicine, not alternative.
Murphy said the loan forgiveness will cost the state $12 million a year, beginning in 2022. The internship supplement will cost $3 million and is already in Murphy's budget for next year.
Gottheimer ignored questions on school bus driver background checks at a school bus safety news conference.
Gov. Phil Murphy stood before a newly-opened bridge spanning the waves of Barnegat Bay and discussed the bigger waves he made by ditching the 'Ask the Governor' call-in radio show Thursday night.
Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio says the state must start making tough choices and raising the revenues necessary to meet its fiscal obligations.
Elie Honig recently stepped down as director of the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice in the state Attorney General's Office, after helping to implement an overhaul of New Jersey's bail reform ...
Authorities say 77-year-old Hudy Muldrow Sr. has been charged with death by auto.
Gov. Phil Murphy's Port Authority plan would reinstate the position that was at the center of George Washington Bridge scandal.
Gov. Phil Murphy joined state lawmakers to sign nuclear subsidy and renewable energy bills, despite some claiming it comes at the expense of ratepayers.
Everyone at the hearing pretty much agreed that there needs to be a valid paper trail for counting votes, so it appears that what was old is new again when it comes to counting votes.