A panel of medical professionals highlighted the importance of access to medication-assisted treatment for inmates experiencing opioid addiction.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka said a state plan to build a new youth detention facility in the city was "not happening."
The campaign aims to make distracted driving as socially unacceptable as drunk driving.
Sen. Bob Menendez is pushing to crackdown on robocalls that have been plaguing residents nationwide. During the press event calling on regulations and stiffer penalties, Menendez received a robocall.
Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced two initiatives to promote public safety and strengthen public confidence in the criminal justice system: one to overturn wrongfully convicted cases and ...
In Senate budget hearings, New Jersey Attorney General Grewal answered questions from legislators.
Sen. Bob Menendez introduces bill to crack down on the import of fentanyl from legal entry points as the synthetic opioid continues to play into a large volume of drug overdoses.
For now, the nation’s first legal overdose prevention center is on hold with New Jersey taking a keen interest in the outcome across the Delaware River.
Based on new DNA evidence, police arrested a man for a rape committed 14 years ago in Palisades Park.
More low-risk defendants were released with summonses or citations instead of warrants since bail reform was implemented in 2017.
Transit agency looks for outside help to prepare contingency plans.
The report found 6,000 fewer people, or 40%, in jail in October 2018 compared with the same date in October 2012.
The state’s foreclosure rate remains the worst in the nation. In many cases, it's unclear who is responsible for the properties. Legislation has been introduced to help create transparency and ...
The Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation, where 11 children died following a viral outbreak last year, can now resume admitting pediatric ventilator patients.
This Knock Out Opioid Abuse Summit, sponsored by the Horizon Foundation for New Jersey and the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey, looked at the state and federal responses to the epidemic.