Although glitches weren't cyber attacks, the shutdowns do raise concerns.
The legislation that would require used car dealers to notify customers of any outstanding recalls at the point of sale.
There are long waiting lists for people to get into affordable housing units in New Jersey.
State Police are deploying an additional 120 troopers and increasing checks on suspicious vehicles, bags and people.
A family is too afraid to move into the Westfield home they purchased because of threatening letters from "The Watcher." They say they can't sell the home now either because of the letters.
Gov. Christie signed an executive order that shortens the wait time from 30 to 14 days for victims of violence.
Members of the Belmar Beach Patrol help rescue swimmers who find themselves in trouble.
Plastic baggies stuffed with solicitations from the Ku Klux Klan were tossed onto people’s lawns in Red Bank.
Medical facilities and law enforcement officials are teaming up to help those who overdose to get clean.
Udi Ofer called SCOTUS' decision to legalize same-sex marriage nationwide "momentous" for the LGBT community.
The Supreme Court upheld Affordable Care Act subsidies, which have helped nearly 200,000 New Jerseyans get health coverage.
Lawyers gave their closing arguments in the case of a religious group offering "gay conversion therapy."
NJ law allows for expungement of records for victims of human trafficking who were forced to commit crimes.
Twice blocked by the BPU and rejected by the appellate court, offshore wind developer Fishermen's Energy hopes to get its day in top court.
New Jersey church leaders have asked for more security at their houses of worship to deter copycats.