Gov. Murphy recently signed a law requiring all new school buses to have three-point safety belts installed, but representatives from the Motor Vehicle Commission say it may take eight or nine years ...
Bhalla is alleging Suez, the company that operates the Hoboken water system, has mismanaged it.
Princeton University tests advances in GPS technology that provides precise location of callers in emergency situations.
Sweeney says legal weed bill could get vote next month.
AAA says the increase is due to several factors, including a spike in opioid use and more states legalizing marijuana.
Under a law recently signed by Gov. Murphy, instead of weighing the best option to fulfill their duty to warn, mental health professionals are required to report clients who they deem may harm ...
National night out is a festive event, but its mission of improving relations between police and the communities they serve is a serious one.
Grewal declares a "new day" in environmental justice.
Republicans suggest they want to make the SALT deduction cap, currently to sunset in 2025, a permanent measure, prompting blowback from NJ residents and officials.
The Murphy administration set aside $2.1 million in the budget to be used for legal representation of unauthorized immigrants who cannot afford private attorneys.
A legal battle is escalating between the state attorney general and a Texas-based company over its plans to publish 3D-printed gun designs.
Gov. Chris Christie appointee Justice Anne Patterson was reconfirmed for the state Supreme Court without the contention that riddled the previous administration.
The funds are being withheld from local governments that have adopted "sanctuary" policies.
The 2006 law banned smoking in bars and restaurants. This new law takes effect in six months and fines people for smoking on beaches and in parks.
The debate over marijuana legalization is far from over in Trenton. In the meantime, Jersey City became the first municipality in New Jersey to decriminalize the drug.