Sewage backup next to the Port Authority's Bayonne Bridge project filled basements with more than 2 ft. of dirty water.
Christie visited Seaside Heights to see the progress made on the boardwalk, which was severely damaged by a fire.
Tourism and Gaming Committee Chair Assemblyman Ralph Caputo says that Caesars putting in a casino bid in New York is a slap in the face to New Jersey because it would take revenue away from the Garden ...
Republican Strategist Al Gaburo and Democratic Strategist Phil Alagia discuss the week in politics with NJTV News Managing Editor Mike Schneider.
Christie answered a question about the GWB lane closures during his 120th town hall.
Senate President Steve Sweeney says he gives Gov. Chris Christie a D- at best for his distribution of Sandy recovery funds.
Postal workers rally against postal services partnership with Staples, offering mail and stamps as a pilot program.
Dem. and Rep. have introduced bi-state legislation to significantly reform the Delaware River Port Authority.
NJ Policy Perspective President Gordon MacInnes says that New Jersey's Transportation Trust Fund is broken and could be insolvent next year.
Gov. Christie delivered the keynote address at the annual Walk to Washington.
Since the NJ Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act, applicants have had to wait for answers about coverage.
Some municipal officials are proposing ordinances to require certain action for commercial shoots.
Mayor Don Guardian says that making more non-gaming activities available will give people more reasons to return to Atlantic City.
The annual NJ Chamber of Commerce event allows for discussions on state issues.
GWB investigative committee co-chair John Wisniewski says new subpoenas have been issued since questions remain unanswered.