A new study claims requiring new drivers to use license plate decals has prevented thousands of crashes.
Under a Supreme Court decision, criminal charges could be filed if one fails to wear a seat belt.
Law enforcement says requiring motorists to slow down when they see an emergency vehicle is common sense.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka announced a new initiative to reduce crime and enhance economic development.
Law enforcement and prosecutors in Bergen County are working to combat heroin addiction.
Bergen County Technical HS started using a device that allows teachers to immediately alert school security of issues.
Bergen County’s Office of Emergency Management says the state needs more equipment to attend to oil train derailments.
Ras Baraka proposes changes to police compensations.
State officials are proposing a new court that deals solely with domestic violence as a way to stop abuse.
Five major sports entities filed a complaint to stop a law allowing sports betting in NJ.
One artist has held workshops to create "Happy Street Signs" to be placed around Newark to keep violence down.
A federal bankruptcy judge ruled Trump Entertainment can stop paying for pensions.
Officials gathered to discuss security issues at the "Emerging Issues in the Homeland Enterprise" conference.
New Jersey State Director of Homeland Security Chris Rodriguez says that Homeland Security continues to work to improve its ability to respond to emergencies.
High schools self report the rating and Sayreville scored 71 out of 75 from 2011 to 2013.