New Jersey Acting Attorney General John Hoffman says that the 153rd State Police class is the most diverse.
Online retailers may be required to pay sales taxes since U.S. Supreme Court won't rule.
Thomas John Muza allegedly stole more than $100,000 since the start of 2010.
For the Thanksgiving holiday, law enforcement agencies are looking for all traffic violations
Greg McDonald, a West Milford native, has written a song to raise awareness about distracted driving.
Lawmakers in New Jersey are considering a bill that would change the alimony process to eliminate permanent alimony.
Officials are trying to raise awareness about human trafficking ahead of the Super Bowl, which is coming to NJ.
Attorney General John Hoffman said last week’s Fugitive Safe Surrender program exceeded expectations.
Following Father Michael Fugee's resignation from the church after violating an agreement that he have no contact with minors, Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli said that he will not longer make ...
Acting Newark Mayor Luis Quintana believes police should patrol neighborhoods more.
Fugitive Safe Surrender Program lets non-violent offenders turn themselves in.
Newark Police Department Director Samuel DeMaio explains that while the number of murders is up in the state's largest city, the amount of non-fatal shootings has decreased.
Victims of human sex trafficking attended a summit in Trenton where officials examined how they can cut down on the occurrence, especially with the Super Bowl coming to the Garden State in February.
Newark has had 82 homicides this year and the men running to replace Cory Booker have outlined their plans to help curb violence in the city.
Just after midnight on Monday, same-sex couples gathered at Jersey City's municipal building to legally marry for the first time in state history.