The NJ Office of Homeland Security held a conference at NJIT with reps from Israel about securing infrastructure.
A judge ruled unindicted Bridgegate co-conspirators stay secret pending a full hearing.
Intravenous drug users can visit Camden's syringe access program to get clean needles and health care.
The New Jersey Law and Education Empowerment Project is an after-school program that recruits eighth-graders in and around Newark and puts them through a rigorous five-week Seton Hall University Law ...
A motion filed by “John Doe” has delayed the release of a list naming him and others as unindicted co-conspirators in the Bridgegate trial.
The Port Authority told the TSA if it doesn't improve, it will look into supplementing the workforce.
Teams from Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrest individuals considered Priority 1.
Maria Pepe won a legal battle that allowed girls to be included in little league.
The New Jersey Office of Homeland Security gathered around 250 experts to focus on domestic terrorism.
Monmouth County has the first countywide registry in New Jersey for special needs individuals.
Trenton police will launch a summer initiative early to combat strictly violent crimes.
A federal lawsuit claims children were harmed after drinking tainted water at school.
The Uniform Crime Report, issued by the state AG's office, shows the crime rate improving in New Jersey.
Senate President Steve Sweeney is introducing a bill to set aside $10 million to create a child advocacy fund.
The Prisoner Reentry Initiative aims to make the transition from jail to community easier.