Parents and schools want to know what's going on with the PARCC tests.
How can the state get more energy efficient and save all ratepayers money?
Suicides among young kids are trending up.
Senate candidate Bob Hugin comes to a military base to ask, "Where was Bob Menendez?"
Remembering the rescue teams on the Jersey City waterfront who offered safe harbor.
The fallout from the Kavanaugh hearing.
Mikie Sherrill brings Gabby Giffords and Capt. Mark Kelly on the campaign trail.
The governor was in New Brunswick to promote a minimum wage bill.
Garden Spires long a deplorable place to live, getting a major facelift.
How are Americans having less sex but getting more sexually transmitted diseases?
September 3, 2018: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams
The southern AFL-CIO holds its annual breakfast to honor the founder of Labor Day.
What are the DEA, CDC and Newark schools working toward? Combating the opioid crisis.
The AG issues new guidelines on marijuana prosecutions.
What’s happening inside American Dream, the mega-mall in the Meadowlands? We'll show you.
The Legislature comes in for a rare Monday morning session.
Legislative leaders cry foul over IRS's unwillingness to recognize NJ's tax workaround.
No statewide nickel fees on plastic bags in New Jersey.
Guilty pleas and convictions for former members of his inner circle.
In the middle of an affordable housing crisis, a new development aims to ease the crunch.
The agency will shut down the AC rail line through the end of the year to install PTC.
Take evasive maneuvers: there's dire predictions of traffic armageddon on Route 495.
Lawmakers say they'll make it easier to hire more engineers to drive NJ Transit trains
Murphy signs a bill that revives a technology commission.