Several New Jersey lawmakers are trying to ban the sale of powdered alcohol because of potential abuse by teens.
The court ruled the pension reform law of 2011 was not a binding contract.
NJTV News Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron says while initially the state Supreme Court siding with Gov. Christie on the pension issue seems like a big victory, it also highlights the fiscal ...
Gov. Christie pardoned Steffon Josey-Davis who had a registered gun in his glove compartment two years ago.
The Supreme Court ruled Christie can make cuts to the public employee pension system.
Police officers may use deadly force if they believe their life or the life of another is in imminent danger.
The Jersey City Police Department has a new class of officers that includes more than two dozen minorities.
A Cub Scout asked Gov. Christie about his security detail during a recent town hall.
A judge ruled in favor of the Friends of the Loew's appeal with Jersey City over operations of the theater.
This week marks the 45th anniversary of the corruption trial of former Newark Mayor Hugh Addonizio, the first of its kind in New Jersey. The federal courthouse in Trenton is displaying original court ...
Dozens of rural municipalities in New Jersey can't afford their own police departments so they rely on State Police.
Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg has sponsored a bill to allow New Jersey residents to register to vote online. She says the move would get more people to register and vote.
Attorney Kenyatta Stewart helped orchestrate a truce to stop the violence in Paterson between those in the First and Fourth Wards.
Health care and social service industry workers are more likely to experience workplace violence than others.
The People's Organization for Progress has organized the Million People's March Against Police Brutality.