After a Wanaque teen sued over the town's curfew and won, other municipalities are rescinding their curfews.
Two groups have filed a complaint against Columbia High School for alleged patterns of exclusion.
Advocates for open government are happy with a Superior Court judge's decision to release police dashcam video.
Seven students have been charged with sexual assault resulting from alleged hazing.
At an event in Trenton, Gov. Christie touched on a variety of issues facing the state.
Judge Burns ruled Revel can be sold to Brookfield Asset Management for $110 million.
Sayreville High School officials canceled last week's football game after allegations of hazing surfaced.
Assemblyman Troy Singleton (D-7) says that GPS monitoring on domestic violence offenders would allow victims to have some stability in their lives.
Jersey City and Newark have the least representative police departments of the populations they serve.
The Unplugged and Alive Campaign gives those pulled over for distracted driving the opportunity to take a pledge.
Major pro sports leagues have filed a motion in federal court to stop sports betting.
Now that Holder has announced his resignation, NJ officials are talking about what change in leadership may mean.
Officials have increased security as a deterrent to terrorists and assurance to residents.
FBI director said he's worried that so-called unlockable systems for smartphones will impede investigations.
The DEP's "Don't Waste Our Open Space" campaign has netted charges against 20 in six months.