Cindy Meneghin and Maureen Kilian are excited that a judge ruled today that New Jersey must allow same-sex marriage, but they're still worried since Gov. Chris Christie has vowed to appeal it.
New Jersey Second Amendment Society President Frank Jack Fiamingo says strict laws won't solve the problem of violence. He also supports having armed guards in schools to protect children.
The state Supreme Court threw out the current methodology for determining a municipality's obligation to provide affordable housing and gave state officials five months to create a new one.
After the Harvey Cedars couple who sued over losing a view settled for $1, Gov. Chris Christie directed the acting attorney general to immediately coordinate legal action to acquire needed easements.
Acting Attorney General John Hoffman says a 40-day crackdown in New Jersey's capital will not end with the change of seasons.
Vince Sicari left his post as municipal judge in South Hackensack after the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled he couldn't be a judge and a comedian.
Director of the Division of Law in the Attorney General's Office Christopher Porrino says he hopes the settlement will encourage other homeowners along the coast to sign easements for dune projects. ...
The Fair Share Housing Center has sued the state because officials say the administration has failed to provide basic information outlining the criteria for post-Sandy rebuilding assistance.
Monmouth County Prosecutor Chris Grammicioni says there is a continuing effort to lower crime in and around Asbury Park, but says residents have to get involved for greater success.
ACLU-NJ Executive Director Udi Ofer believes there will be enough votes to override Gov. Chris Christie's veto of the Marriage Equality Act before the voting deadline of Jan. 14, 2014.
After learning that the Seaside Boardwalk fire was caused by inaccessible wires compromised by Hurricane Sandy, business owners near the fire worry it could happen to them.
Legislation Would Give Prosecutors Access to Medical Records for Defendants Accused of Not Informing Partners of HIV/AIDS Status
Assemblyman Jon Bramnick says legislation allowing prosecutors to use defendants' medical records to prove they knew they had HIV or AIDS would close an unintended loophole.
Despite an appeals court ruling saying New Jersey's sports betting law conflicts with federal law, Sen. Raymond Lesniak says state officials will take the issue up with the Supreme Court and believes ...
Newly appointed Jersey City Public Safety Director James Shea says while emergency personnel may be wary of change, he plans to use all the city's resources to their fullest potential.
Albert Coutinho resigned his position in the Assembly and entered into a plea agreement with the Attorney General's Office for theft and falsifying records related to his family's charity foundation.