While Super Bowl XLVIII will be played in New Jersey, most events are being held in New York.
Former New Jersey Attorney General Peter Harvey says that officials have taken extraordinary preparations for Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium.
Law enforcement is working to combat the problem of human trafficking ahead of the Super Bowl.
Olympians and their families still plan to attend the Games despite safety concerns.
Fans gathered at the Prudential Center in Newark for Media Day, to see players from the Broncos and Seahawks.
Legislators want to make grants available for recognizing and treating concussions in student athletes.
Airlines are planning additional flights after game day from Newark Airport.
Despite predictions of early sellouts, area hotels and home rentals still have vacancies.
Sens. Menendez and Booker met to get the message out that the Super Bowl is happening in New Jersey, not New York.
East Rutherford Mayor James Cassella says that the NFL should be giving a little more to New Jersey since it is hosting Super Bowl XLVIII.
Super Bowl XLVIII events are scheduled throughout the state leading up to the game at MetLife Stadium.
NJ State Police are beefing up security ahead of the Super Bowl, but say their mission remains the same as year round.
In preparation for Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium, the New Jersey State Police and other agencies have unveiled a new web service to assist game day visitors and state residents.
Law enforcement agencies have teamed up to finalize security at MetLife Stadium for Super Bowl Sunday.
Super Bowl host committee and the NFL are making adjustments for fans at the game.