Starting tomorrow, the MVC will reach out to the 55,000 people who have already signed up for Real ID to make appointments at the agency’s regional facility in Trenton.
New Jersey is taking action to ensure that the injustice of wrongful convictions happens less frequently.
Attorney General Gurbir Grewal's approach to implementing the new gun violence prevention law is centered around informing the public about the recourse they can take.
A workplace victim, as well as advocates and experts in sexual harassment prevention, all shared testimony at a Asbury Park public hearing Wednesday.
On Wednesday morning, hundreds gathered at the Eagle Rock Reservation to mark the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks and recite the names of the dead.
NJTV News anchor Mary Alice Williams sat down with former Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson to discuss a variety of topics.
Another setback for PennEast as they work to get approval for a $1B natural gas pipeline.
Murphy on Tuesday doubled down on his gun safety initiatives, signing an executive order that harnesses the power of the state pocketbook
Two North Jersey congressmen pushed for action on a Gottheimer bill called the FASTER Act.
Under the new law, a person who is deemed a risk to themselves or others by "having custody or control of, owning, possessing, purchasing or receiving a firearm" can have those gun rights taken ...
The 2008-to-2017 period saw about 7,800 fatalities in total and countless more non-fatal crashes, with 939 fatalities in 2017 alone.
Menendez says the House plans on advancing several pieces of legislation, including a ban on high-capacity magazines, when Congress returns from the summer session. As of now, Trump has not backed a ...
A judge claims the borough has "acted in bad faith" and "made a concerted effort to avoid compliance with its obligation."
The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission is making sure the 24,000 buses that transport over 750,000 children are as safe as possible.
High arrest rates and wide racial disparities persist, even as the state draws nearer to legalizing pot.