A brawl at a Trenton apartment building ended with a 39-year-old man being fatally shot.
New Jersey will re-evaluate workplace standards and guidelines for state employees in an effort to address an allegedly toxic and misogynistic culture in politics.
Police say four people have been arrested after shots were fired at an officer inside a task force vehicle in Trenton.
Allegations of widespread misogyny in New Jersey politics will be front and center when a roving legislative panel holds its first meeting next week. Here's a closer look at what the panel aims to achieve.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced Monday the state will create a task force to combat potential fallout from the coronavirus outbreak in China.
Fire officials say a three alarm fire Sunday night in Trenton tore through four row homes.
Legislation to phase out and then prohibit single-use plastic and paper bags along with plastic foam containers is back again in New Jersey.
A motorcyclist cited for turning his license plate upside down because he thought "it was cool" has lost another bid to rescind a traffic ticket he received.
Inmates in New Jersey will now be counted as residents of their most recent address.
New Jersey has failed over the past five years to fully carry out a state law aimed at preventing human trafficking, The Associated Press has found.
New Jersey lawmakers are set to vote on legislation that would prohibit flavored vaping products.
New Jersey has became the ninth state to prohibit homicide defendants from claiming that panic brought on by a victim’s sexual orientation or gender identity could be used a legal defense.
New Jersey Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy delivered his second State of the State address.
New Jersey lawmakers are set to vote Monday on legislation to eliminate most religious exemptions for vaccines for schoolchildren.
Gov. Phil Murphy’s administration was “appalled” by details of sexual misconduct toward women in state politics after a recent article and aims to address the “deeply rooted culture of misogyny,” according to the lieutenant governor.
New Jersey will now provide $7.8 million to jails to support opioid addiction treatment for inmates.
New Jersey’s Roman Catholic dioceses have given a six-week extension to childhood victims of sexual assault considering applying for compensation from a fund the church set up.
Gov. Phil Murphy has signed legislation setting aside $9.5 million for family planning services to counteract a Trump administration rule barring clinics from referring women for abortions.
The new year in New Jersey brings 18 new laws — from a proposed constitutional amendment to allow recreational marijuana to a measure that bars employers from using salary history to screen potential workers.
New Jersey saw hundreds of new laws in 2019, including a measure to make it easier for childhood victims of sexual assault to sue for damages.