With Showboat and Revel closing, Atlantic City officials are looking forward to what the shuttered casinos could become.
A Department of Defense report names two New Jersey police departments that are suspended this year from a program that offers military gear to police.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says that Saturday will be the best day of the Labor Day weekend. Temperatures should rise for Sunday and Monday, but there will also be a chance of rain.
Democratic Strategist Brendan Gill and Republican Strategist Tim White discuss the week in politics with NJTV News Correspondent David Cruz.
New Jersey Theater Alliance lets actors audition for casting representatives from several Garden State theaters at once.
Community Hope aims to help veterans in North Jersey who may have issues with addiction, PTSD and homelessness.
Bergen County Sheriff Michael Saudino announced that he's putting the order for military vehicles on hold while a state and federal review of the program is underway.
Gov. Christie was in Sea Bright to announce an $8 million project to rebuild a section of sea wall, but also discussed red light cameras and Newark schools.
D.A.R.E. NJ wants to use a particular curriculum to help students stay drug-free, but D.A.R.E. America has banned it and supports a different learning plan.
The Catholic Diocese of Camden has lost money at its senior facilities and is now looking for buyers.
Paterson Education Fund Executive Director Rosie Grant says that school officials are pleased with the new contracts that will begin evaluating teachers for merit pay.
Police can mistake signs of low blood sugar of diabetics with driving under the influence. Departments are training officers to recognize the difference.
The NTSB released its final report after investigating the Paulsboro train derailment that occurred nearly two years ago.
Dozens of firefighters die on the job each year from fatal heart attacks and doctors are using screenings to determine risk factors.
Rutgers University is joining the Big Ten Conference for athletics, which many say will benefit the school economically.
PSE&G plans to spend $8 billion over 10 years to upgrade its systems, which it says will result in supporting 6,000 jobs for the next decade.
Sen. Peter Barnes III (D-18) says that he has sponsored three bills that would help colleges report sexual crimes on campuses and assist victims.