Parents from school districts that believe they are underfunded packed the latest state budget hearing.
NJ collects $120 million a year in 911 fees but only about 11 percent is spent on that.
Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop says that carrying an illegal firearm should be classified as a violent offense.
Operation Fallout is a drill to train members of search and rescue teams how to respond to a disaster.
Gov. Christie defended his decision to cancel the ARC Tunnel project. He also said he's increased NJ Transit's budget.
The Amazon fulfillment center in Carteret is the largest in the state. And there are three more centers on the way.
Officials, including former VP Biden, sounded the alarm about crumbling infrastructure.
Department of Children and Families Commissioner Allison Blake says she is proud of department staff for the work they've done to improve the quality of support offered in New Jersey.
Commissioner Cathleen Bennett reported that the state is increasing quality, access and safety.
It will combine headquarters for South Jersey Gas and a Stockton University campus.
Gov. Chris Christie answers questions from New Jerseyans during the live one-hour call-in show Thursday at 7 p.m.
Lawmakers assessed budget requests from the Departments of Law and Public Safety and Children and Families.
Democrats and Republicans running for governor have released their plans for property tax reform.
At a press conference at Newark Penn Station, Gov. Christie and Sen. Booker came together.
Health experts say climate change is having a serious impact on health and they worry about President Trump's actions.