Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli says that autism training is important for law enforcement personnel because it teaches them how to react in ways that are not harmful.
Officers in NJ are participating in training sessions to learn how to better interact with those on the autism spectrum.
Residents of a complex near a tent community worry about having homeless nearby.
Motor Vehicle Commission passed regulations prohibiting manufacturers from directly selling cars to customers.
Superior Court Judge heard arguments from attorneys for Bridget Kelly and BIll Stepien.
The ACLU of NJ won its court fight with the Butler school district, which was requiring parents to produce photo ID.
Two customers of Systrum Energy are suing the electricity provider.
The Friends of the Loew's has filed a lawsuit against Jersey City, claiming the city is violating the group's lease by seeking a private company to manage Journal Square's historic Loew's Theatre.
Ewing Mayor Bert Steinmann says contractor Henkels & McCoy hit a main gas line, which caused the deadly explosion.
An explosion in Ewing killed one and damaged dozens of homes.
ACLU-NJ Executive Director Udi Ofer says that stop-and-frisk data on Newark's program shows a high volume of stops, racial disparities and a high innocence rate.
Fort Lee has released dispatch calls recorded when GWB lanes were closed in September.
Motorists say the New Jersey side of the Palisades parkway is worse than the New York portion.
Ocean County police officers are the first to be able to carry and administer Narcan, which temporarily reverses the effects of a narcotic overdose.
The Birthright Bill would let adoptees access their New Jersey birth records to find their biological parents.