Gov. Murphy and Attorney General Grewal announced NJ will be joining 15 other states and D.C. in a lawsuit against the federal government for ending DACA.
The DOJ intends to retry New Jersey's senior senator "at the earliest possible date."
New Jersey Reentry Corporation opened a new facility in Elizabeth to provide reentry services to inmates and the recently released.
Murphy's first action as governor was signing an executive order on pay equity for women, signaling the fighting to end gender discrimination as a top priority.
Camden restructured its police force in 2013 and has seen a significant drop in crime. But the city's police chief points out it's progress, not success.
The task force recommends spending $400 million on upgrades to an aging system that costs the state almost a quarter of its treated drinking water every year.
State officials sound off against Trump administration plans to begin offshore drilling.
A controversial bill to subsidize nuclear power plants was swiftly moving through the legislature, but in perhaps his final show of force as Assembly Speaker, Vincent Prieto decided to postpone the ...
Mayor Steven Fulop and Public Safety Director James Shea announced Mike Kelly as chief of police after careful consideration throughout a thorough interview process.
Sergio Verdu, a renowned Princeton University engineering professor, was accused of making inappropriate advances toward a graduate student.
Point Pleasant Beach has banned marijuana sales, even before the state legalizes it. Mayor Stephen Reid says it’s about quality of life.
Bergen County town Leonia plans to enforce "locals only" streets to battle rush hour traffic.
Assemblyman Gusciora and others have sued against the construction of two new buildings in Trenton citing a lack of transparency.
New Jersey is poised to legalize recreational marijuana next year, but speakers at a summit urged cops, lobbyists and advocates to slow the approval process down.
A New Jersey’s Institute for Social Justice study shows approximately 94,000 New Jerseyans can’t vote because of a felony conviction.