ACLU-NJ Executive Director Udi Ofer says his organization is concerned about privacy and how stop-and-frisk policies might be used. He's optimistic that same-sex marriage will be allowed in the state ...
Judge Mary Jacobson heard arguments that this summer's U.S. Supreme Court decisions have changed the landscape and New Jersey's civil unions are inadequate for gay couples.
Gov. Chris Christie says he denied tenure to state Supreme Court Justice Helen Hoens to save her from having to go through a contentious and difficult Senate reconfirmation process.
One lesbian couple is part of a lawsuit filed against New Jersey's civil union law, which the women say doesn't provide the same legal protections as married heterosexual couples.
Camden County Police Metro Division Chief Scott Thomson says under the new force, daytime homicides are down 91 percent and daytime shootings have been reduced 44 percent.
People at the Menlo Park Mall were able to experience firsthand how difficult and dangerous it can be to text while driving by using a simulator.
Four Russian men and one Ukrainian are facing up to 30 years in prison for conspiracy to commit wire fraud. The first corporate victim is Heartland Systems, which has a server in Princeton.
Garden State Equality, the ACLU of New Jersey and five national partners have launched the New Jersey United for Marriage campaign to bring same-sex marriage to the state.
James Shea, a former NYPD deputy chief, is the new public safety director for Jersey City. He says he's excited to help implement Mayor Steve Fulop's vision for the city and plans to meet with all the ...
Despite gun buybacks taking thousands of weapons off the street, gun violence persists in many of the state's cities.
Officials say Fahy's body was discovered under the Route 17 overpass in East Rutherford with a handgun nearby.
James Shea will take on the role of running a newly merged police and fire department in Jersey City as public safety director.
State Comptroller Matthew Boxer's office conducted an audit that found 109 people, including 83 public employees, lied on applications for the national school lunch program.
Residents turned in 713 handguns and 12 assault weapons at gun buyback events in Hudson and Union counties.
Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon wants to terminate the use of red light cameras in Edison because officials there haven't responded with data.