Marijuana remains a Schedule I drug, keeping it at the same level as PCP and heroin.
The Election Law Enforcement Commission hasn't been able to meet for the last five months.
The Bergen County Office of Emergency Management has used drones to search for a homicide suspect and a missing person.
Megan’s Law classifies those convicted of sex crimes into tiers, resulting in different levels of scrutiny.
Some condo owners are upset over what they say are discriminatory rules regarding gender-segregated pool rules.
Peter Harvey is working on a five-year plan to reform the Newark police.
The state mandate requires women to prove their infertility through “two years of unprotected sex with a man”.
Dion Harrell was convicted of rape in 199. Over 20 years later, DNA proved his innocence and cleared his record.
A new bill would amend New Jersey’s no cellphone while driving law to include a ban on distracted driving behaviors.
State officials and prosecutors discussed what can be done to make NJ schools safer.
The State Department reports that New Jersey has taken in 194 refugees since last fall, and 80 just in July.
Former state Attorney General and state Supreme Court Justice Peter Verniero said Christopher Porrino is a "superb choice" to fill the position of New Jersey attorney general.
Sweeney claims the NJEA is coercing officials into approving a pension ballot question.
Advocates peer worriedly at a rusty, century-old drawbridge perched on crumbly-looking supports.
Research shows the 2013 law put in place to prevent children younger than 17 from hopping in a tanning bed hasn’t worked.