Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron continues his conversation with New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Chief Administrator Sue Fulton about why Real ID is being implemented.
The latest bias survey documents show “a rising tide of hate” at New Jersey schools and universities and finds among those arrested for hate incidents, almost half are minors, mostly white and ...
Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron speaks with Sue Fulton, the head of New Jersey's Motor Vehicle Commission, to hear about the status of REAL ID implementation in New Jersey.
One nonprofit reports nationally 167 officers took their own lives last year, 8 in New Jersey.
After two mass shootings in 48 hours, Acting Gov. Sheila Oliver signed three gun violence bills Monday.
Jersey City officials unveiled a new, three-stage firetruck that will help city firefighters battle blazes at the upper reaches of skyscrapers.
Without caps, towns face challenges meeting increased salary and health care costs.
Rep. Josh Gottheimer pushes a federal version of Alyssa's Law, which requires the state’s public schools to install silent alarms that communicate life-threatening or emergency situations to local ...
A federal judge on Monday upheld New Jersey's law that lowers the number of bullets a gun can hold, dismissing a lawsuit filed by a gun rights group.
President Donald Trump on Monday signed a bill ensuring that a victims' compensation fund helping those impacted by the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks never runs out of money.
The mayor says diversity is important in a mostly brown and black city with a police department that has a documented history of constitutional violations.
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, there were an estimated 2,800 beach umbrella injuries treated in emergency rooms between 2010 and 2018.
The pedestrian fatality rate in New Jersey is nearly double the national average, according to recent data.
A bill introduced by Sen. Cory Booker calls for all federal prisoners serving more than 10 years to have a judge review their sentence for possible early release.
Two judges criticized for their comments in cases involving sexual assault have been sanctioned by the state.