Monmouth County officials say they haven't received aid for emergency response systems since 2011 and demand to know where the money is being spent by the state.
Sports betting is now legal in New Jersey and you can bet the Council on Compulsive Gambling has some big concerns.
The state estimates legalization would add $300 million a year to its budget.
The bill would allow someone who's already collecting a pension and is then elected to public office to boost their pension based on the new job's salary.
Lawmakers and advocates push to raise awareness and penalties to deter fatalities of emergency responders during traffic stops.
Rep. Frank Pallone spoke about the separation of children policy, and his recent visit to an Elizabeth detention center.
The governor urged Trenton to keep the Art All Night festival going after it was marred this past weekend by a mass shooting. Organizers of the event say they plan to bring it back next year.
Sen. Cory Booker weighs in on immigration, SALT workaround legislation and the state of the Democratic party ahead of midterm elections.
Deep disagreements remain over revenue raisers, sparking the specter of a second government shutdown in as many years.
In a recent active shooter drill conducted at the NJCU School of Business, safety instructors urged participants to be proactive in emergency scenarios.
Liquor licenses in New Jersey can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Assemblyman John Burzichelli says his bill would change an old system to make prices affordable for many restaurant owners.
Several hundred gun control advocates and others turned out to witness Gov. Phil Murphy signing six gun control bills into law.
Murphy's visit came at a time when he's arm wrestling with legislative leaders over tax hikes.
Some say sky-high liquor license prices are holding back business owners and limiting economic growth across the state.
The number of anti-Semitic incidents rose 32 percent in New Jersey last year.