The New Jersey Medical School SMART Program is hands on, giving students real world medical problems to solve.
New Jersey ranks fourth in the nation in peach production, totaling $27.9 million.
Judge Michael Hogan heard final arguments in the proposed Exxon settlement case after sitting through trial testimony and reading through public comments. He said parties shouldn't expect a decision until the end of August.
The EPA, Port Authority and terminal operators at Port Newark are working to reduce truck idling to improve air quality in the city.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Regional Director Jackie Cornell-Bechelli says that about 400,000 New Jerseyans were able to access Medicaid through the expansion under the Affordable Care Act in New Jersey.
The American Littoral Society emptied bags of oyster shells on a reef in Barnegat Bay to complete their oyster restoration project.
Senate President Steve Sweeney says the federal government should help save the state's sinking pension system with a national loan restructuring program.
Acting Attorney General John Hoffman sat down for a Q&A with NJTV News Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron about his time in office.
Virtua and Capital Health Systems have filed a lawsuit challenging a new law that would allow the transfer of ambulance services.
With temperatures topping 90 degrees, experts say residents should stay hydrated and avoid direct sunlight between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
The latest Monmouth University poll shows Donald Trump leading the GOP presidential race in New Hampshire with Chris Christie in eighth place.
About 150 protestors gathered at the State House to demand Planned Parenthood lose federal funding. The response comes after videos surfaced of Planned Parenthood officials discussing selling parts of aborted fetuses.
North Eats is a new food truck park available for residents and visitors in Asbury Park.
Acting Attorney General John Hoffman announced more money being spent to equip State Police and local police with body cameras.
Director of Field Service for BSA Northern NJ Council Eric Chamberlin says that the lift on the ban of gay troop leaders will help create opportunities for more Boy Scout troops.
Researchers have found ways to use bacteria to help combat drug resistant diseases like plague and lung infections.
Sens. Cory Booker and Bob Menendez haven't committed to supporting or opposing the Iran nuclear deal yet.
Recent electrical problems on the railroads crossing the Hudson River have caused some delays for commuters. Due to the long delays and continuing problems, it has caused a firestorm of finger-pointing on who is to blame for the problems.
Today marks the five year anniversary of the financial reform package known as Frank-Dodd, however some are unhappy with the progress.