Child advocacy center Wynona's House hosted the first national summit on child abuse and neglect in NJ.
Members of the NJ Municipal Prosecutors Association support a bill to legalize marijuana.
Terra Tech has invested $5 million to expand its facility in the hopes that NJ legalizes marijuana for recreational use.
Sixty police departments in NJ are participating in a campaign to pull over and ticket distracted drivers.
Paulsboro residents filed a federal lawsuit against Solvay, claiming they released chemicals affecting tap water.
Monument Builders of NJ president claims Newark Archdiocese is taking away business while not paying taxes.
ACLU-NJ Executive Director Udi Ofer said that the war over legalizing marijuana in New Jersey is unjust and expensive.
Attorney Randy Mastro held a press conference to announce the findings of internal review.
Two schools being sued have brought 11 Hunterdon County students into the lawsuit for allegedly bullying a classmate.
The first and only co-located child advocacy center in New Jersey, Wynona's House, is holding the first Child Advocacy National Summit on Child Abuse and Neglect April 7 and 8.
According to investigators, the fire that destroyed Monroe Elementary was caused by a cigarette left behind.
Sen. Scutari says the bill would create a strict system to allow adults to purchase and grow limited amounts.
A new report by the joint Committee on Criminal Justice is suggesting ways to deal with bail.
Sen. Diane Allen said that she is confident that Christie would sign the Jessica Lunsford Act, a child predator bill.
Asm. Greenwald said data and crime statistics speak for themselves and NJ should limit ammo magazine capacity.