The state and protesters share the goals of lowering recidivism rates and ending the disproportionate number of black and Latino youth going in to the system. But while the state wants to build new, ...
Lawmakers approve a bill requiring the development of curriculum for all public school students in New Jersey, including pre-K.
FBI Special Agent Erik Negron says the food chain is under attack. At a security seminar in Vineland, experts lead a workshop to raise awareness about agroterrorism to prevent attacks against food ...
Chief Justice Stuart Rabner says the directive brings courthouse policies in line with state Attorney General Gurbir Grewal's directive
Murphy hired attorney Ted Wells, who charges $395 an hour.
The state attorney general has launched a separate series of listening sessions across New Jersey and directed police departments to release, upon formal requests, body and dash camera videos of ...
The war over tax incentives in the city of Camden is heading to court.
The new program entails officers attend all neighborhood, civic and business association meetings; visit schools; and work only within their assigned wards.
Senior Correspondent David Cruz sits down with recently retired chief federal judge for the district of New Jersey, Jose Linares, to discuss his 16 years on the bench.
From May 20 to June 2, police will enforce a zero-tolerance policy on safety belt laws to encourage drivers and passengers to buckle up.
At Living Lessons Day, held every two years, 50 victims and survivors of tragedies and adversities come to share their journeys and resilience.
The U.S. Solicitor General's office has recommended that the U.S. Supreme Court not hear the appeal of two convicted defendants in the "Bridgegate" case.
The suit calls the companies' alleged actions "one of the most egregious and damaging price-fixing conspiracies in the history of the United States."
Fourteen months ago, a judge ruled that Newark's Civilian Complaint Review Board would infringe on the day-to-day duties of the police chief or public safety director.
A new law will ease restrictions on when victims of sex abuse can seek damages in court.