Domestic violence victims face unique risk factors. A new bill would require specialized training for the judicial personnel that handle their cases.
Members of New Jersey's congressional delegation urged the need for more rail safety regulations amid NTSB's recommendations resulted after the 2016 NJ Transit Hoboken Terminal crash.
Business owner Tom Rogers sued the state and a local police department after Wall Township Police turned down his application for a concealed carry permit.
The Ocean County Sheriff's Office have found horses are a great advantage for law enforcement.
Thirty two New Jersey residents became U.S. citizens, just as tensions mount to reach a deal in Washington on immigration reform.
A Leonia ordinance prohibits non-residents from driving through the town during commuting hours.
Booker called releasing the Nunes memo "an attempt to undermine the Mueller investigation."
Progressive agenda items were at the top of the list during Thursday's Assembly committee hearings.
Code enforcement officers sweep the streets of East Orange, knocking on doors as a warnings to clean up littered properties.
Federal monitor Peter Harvey discusses revising policies on use of force and the city's first bias-free policing policy.
The New Jersey Cannabis Symposium gathered to discuss the future of adult-use cannabis industry in the Garden State.
New Bridge Medical Center in Paramus is now a participating provider in the Veterans Choice Program, and will serve not only the 35,000 vets in Bergen County, but any New Jersey veterans who get a ...
Latino leaders across the state came together to lambast the DOJ for claiming Sen. Menendez's defense team was "racializing" the trial.
Harry Pangemanan, who came from Indonesia 24 years ago, has final deportation orders to leave the country.
A two-year investigation by the Asbury Park Press revealed millions in settlements have been paid out to cover up police misconduct.