The new #77 initiative encourages people to report instances of distracted driving to the New Jersey State Police, who will dispatch an officer or send a warning letter to the owner of the vehicle.
An interdenominational group of residents held a symbolic procession to crime scenes.
The Attorney General’s Office has asked the architect of bail reform to consider making modifications.
Officials and people who have completed jail sentences gathered for the fourth annual Prisoner Reentry Conference.
Make the Road Action is launching “New Jersey Fights Back” aimed at countering proposals from Trump.
Peter Harvey, Newark's federal monitor, says the police department needs new technology and better training.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer is proposing the Lead-Free Schools Act, which he says will help rid school water of lead.
Mid-State Correctional Facility will treat inmates with substance use disorders.
Lawmakers will consider legislation to prevent large-scale fires.
Peter Harvey says despite talk in Washington, Newark is going to continue to work on police reform.
The Township Committee voted to ban the commercial use of gas-powered leaf blowers from May 15 to Sept. 30.
Newark is currently under a consent decree. AG Jeff Sessions has called for an immediate review of that process.
Most of New Jersey dodged a bullet Tuesday without major flooding, but more rain is on the way for Thursday. Even with the recent rain, the state is still in a drought.
After Monday's train derailment, NJ Transit isn't sure when normal service will resume.
People's Organization for Progress Chair Larry Hamm reflects on the 49th anniversary.