Despite the Supreme Court's refusal to legalize sports betting in New Jersey, Sen. Lesniak has introduced a bill.
Some senators disagreed with reconfirming Rabner, but he and Solomon received votes.
NJ Second Amendment Society President Frank Fiamingo says that a proposed bill in the state to take firearms away from mentally unstable individuals needs to include due process to present clear ...
Gov. Christie ordered the pilot program to expand to all 21 counties.
Former New York City Police Commissioner and Newark native Bernard Kerik says that new Mayor-elect Ras Baraka has an opportunity to fight crime in the city of Newark.
LG Electronics USA, Inc. Public Affairs Vice President John Taylor says LG is willing to negotiate with those who oppose the height of the building plan for its headquarters in Englewood Cliffs.
A re-entry program has been created to help ex-offenders transition back into the community.
The U.S. Coast Guard Station Manasquan Inlet officers conducting random boat safety sweeps daily.
Seven Jersey City Police Officers are claiming political retaliation is at play in the department.
Gov. Christie was in Camden to celebrate changes to the city's police force.
With hurricane season beginning June 1, Monmouth County has rolled out a new program for emergency preparedness.
Although NJ legalized medical marijuana, the federal gov't still classifies it as a Schedule 1 drug.
Purple Hearts Reunited is an organization that returns lost Purple Hearts to the family of the veteran who earned it.
An investigative committee has found that certain aspects of the bail system should be changed.
Christie has re-appointed Supreme Court Justice Rabner and has nominated Solomon for a seat on the High Court.