The Real ID program is coming to New Jersey, and Motor Vehicle Commission wait times are expected to increase.
State Attorney General Gurbir Grewal is taking regulatory action to advance the state’s battle against the opioid epidemic.
A law firm has released the names and histories of 311 priests, nuns and other clergy members whose identities were culled from public accounts, news reports and lawsuits.
With Gov. Phil Murphy’s signature, the state has broadened the public’s access to beaches and waterfront areas, but even advocates say more needs to be done to ensure New Jersey’s shoreline is ...
Barr parried a barrage of questions about how his March 24 news conference and four-page summary of Mueller’s report allegedly spun a narrative aimed at exonerating the President.
The director of the Elizabeth Police Department is stepping down.
James Cosgrove will resign after an internal investigation found he used racist and sexist language in describing members of his ...
Richard Halvorson alleges he was molested 37 years ago by his Scout leader.
Brandishing a copy of the Mueller Report, Sen. Bob Menendez emphasized its findings about election security during the last presidential campaign and election and proposed spending $2.5 billion over ...
Cybercrimes are growing in frequency and sophistication, often with ransomware demands placing companies in compromising positions. At a symposium at William Paterson University, experts exchanged ...
Sixteen alleged child predators were caught in a multistate sting called Operation Home Alone.
The governor touted his tightening of gun laws in a state that already has some of the strictest gun laws in the nation. However, without research, policy isn't enough.
Allegations involving 52 former New Jersey Boy Scout troop leaders accused of sexually abusing children are being revisited.
A federal appeals court has ruled that a New Jersey condominium association violated women's rights by setting separate swimming hours for male and female residents.
The roughly 112 people in the residential treatment program take courses on life skills, stress and anger reduction and gang intervention.
Coley's career includes 25 years on the Newark police force, during which time she became the first woman to serve as chief, then director, of the department.