A grassroots movement is growing among gun-rights advocates in New Jersey, enlisting town halls in small, mostly rural sections of the state in their battle against gun laws imposed by Trenton, ...
Senior Correspondent Briana Vannozzi explains what's being done to keep 911 funds where it belongs.
On Monday, Gov. Phil Murphy signed juvenile justice reforms into law.
A bill signed by Gov. Phil Murphy prohibits a defendant from using a victim’s actual or perceived gender identity or sexual orientation as a heat of passion defense to murder in New Jersey courts.
Fighting the rising tide of hate crime and reforming criminal justice takes center stage at Martin Luther King Day ceremonies in New Jersey.
Prevention was the focus of a new North Jersey anti-bullying task force convened by Rep. Josh Gottheimer, and chaired by Jane Clementi, whose son Tyler committed suicide after being cyberbullied in ...
One Newark native is taking on the task of revitalizing the place where he grew up.
Three police officers who have been credited with preventing further bloodshed during last month's attack on a kosher market in Jersey City are being promoted.
After weeks of investigating, on Monday federal and local law enforcement confirmed the deadly attack on a Jewish supermarket in Jersey City was an undeniable episode of domestic terrorism.
A lawsuit claims the state law requiring kids go to schools only in the municipality where they live, has left New Jersey's classrooms among the most segregated in the nation.
At the first of three planned listening sessions, a state task force charged with helping to reform the juvenile justice system in New Jersey heard Thursday night from a variety of speakers about ...
Trenton is embarking on a new, comprehensive plan to replace 37,000 lead service pipes leading to individual properties with copper tubing.
Staff from the Office of Consumer Protection and Assemblyman Andrew Zwicker visited a senior home to teach residents how to protect against fraud.
Recently 41 people from 23 different countries took the Oath of Allegiance to become United States citizens at a naturalization ceremony in Trenton.
Two Democratic Congress members held an event to seek solutions to the rise in homegrown hate crimes plaguing the New York region.