Three NJ cities have laws to remove homeless from public view, which some say criminalizes the population.
Saying the charter educates fewer Latinos than the other public schools in the area.
Sen. Booker has been a big proponent of criminal justice reform, which has bipartisan support, but future is unknown.
Many unauthorized immigrants are worried about their future once Trump becomes president.
Grant money will be used to work with 75 ex-offenders to keep them out of jail and alive.
Homicides have risen 30 percent since 125 police officers were laid off in Paterson in 2011.
More than 20,000 New Jersey drivers may have been wrongly prosecuted because of botched calibrations on breathalyzer tests.
Prison gerrymandering: counting prisoners in the municipalities their jails are located instead of their hometowns.
Legislative committee co-chairs want to reconvene and get the governor to testify.
New NJ Transit Executive Director Steven Santoro testified before a joint legislative committee investigating NJ Transit in the wake of the deadly Hoboken train crash. He called the multiple safety ...
Both defendants' attorneys say they plan to appeal the convictions.
NJTV News Correspondent Brenda Flanagan takes a look at a timeline of events that led to the Bridgegate trial.
They are demanding access to a mistrial motion and transcripts of closed off proceedings.
According to NJ law, those who are incarcerated, on probation or on parole aren't allowed to vote.
Six Newark parents are part of a lawsuit challenging the state's teacher tenure law. The suit contends the rule frequently referred to as last in, first out forces districts to retain ineffective ...