A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge in Camden rejected the $82 million sale of Revel to developer Glenn Straub.
The court put decision-making about affordable housing back in the hands of trial judges.
Child caseworker Leah Coleman was stabbed by a client 21 times in November after security was removed from the building.
Sen. Bob Menendez spoke after reports came out that he could face corruption charges.
Federal regulations say truck drivers must rest every eight hours, they say it's hard to find rest areas.
AG Holder has reportedly approved prosecutors' request for criminal corruption charges.
Officials held a ribbon cutting ceremony for Newark's First Precinct in the Central Ward.
Losing subsidies under the Affordable Care Act could prove disastrous for residents with health problems who might lose insurance.
Officials met at Rutgers in New Brunswick to discuss ways to prevent cyber attacks.
The House failed to pass a bill temporarily funding the DHS ahead of a midnight deadline.
The New Jersey Family Collaborative Law Act allows couples to divorce without having to go to court.
Hopewell Township Fire District is launching a new campaign to fill the need for emergency first responder volunteers.
Sen. Menendez and Rep. Sires reintroduced legislation to combat cyber attacks and theft of personal data.
The Ocean County Health Dept. used fatal vision goggles to show what it's like to be under the influence.
Bergen County residents are worried that CSX trains carrying Bakken crude oil could pose a danger.