Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies says it’s time for change, time to re-train law enforcers who are saving lives.
Students staged a sit-in at the Rutgers Board meeting after President Barchi didn't designate it that way.
A joint Senate-Assembly committee heard about NJ Transit plans for positive train control.
Anti-Chris Christie protestors chanted, “Lock him up!” as gadfly Bill Brennan arrived with 2 big announcements.
The Assembly's Tourism, Gaming, and Arts Committee unanimously passed a bill that prevents anyone who closes a casino from obtaining another casino license for five years.
A new law gives districts the ability to hire specially trained, retired police officers for security at schools.
The executive director of the Trenton Housing Authority has decided to hire some ex-convicts as security guards.
Bill Brennan is accusing the governor of official misconduct. A judge denied his request for a special prosecutor.
An appeals court ruled changes to civil service rules were unconstitutional.
The city’s hope is the public seeing cops and clergy together will build trust between communities and police.
The high court heard arguments challenging a lower court ruling that towns don't have to make up missed obligations.
The East Brunswick Police Department launched its Opiate Outreach Initiative in January.
Judge Bonnie Mizdol entertained a motion to appoint a special prosecutor in the complaint.
Senate President Steve Sweeney says extra resources are needed to move from cash bail to a risk-based system on Jan. 1.
The reaction to President-Elect's Trump's cabinet picks depends on where the person sits in the government.