The league's commissioner cited concerns over the unknowns of COVID-19.
Dr. Beth Pathak discusses what researchers know about COVID-19 in children.
After delays caused by COVID-19, U.S. Census takers have finally hit the pavement in NJ.
Districts unable to open school safely in September can be approved for virtual learning.
Business Correspondent Rhonda Schaffler brings you today's New Jersey business news.
The court's decision gives Murphy permission to take on new debt without voter approval.
The Rutgers' football team will not be playing in the fall due to COVID health concerns.
A veteran teacher turned to GoFundMe to buy protective gear for teachers and other staff.
A scathing federal report of NJ's nursing homes has families calling for changes.
West Orange and Willingboro are two more school districts looking to be fully remote.
Two tech savvy sisters from Jersey City launched Little Apple Academy.
Student athlete Kevin Gillooly talks about using his platform to make a positive change.
Is the second wave of coronavirus on the horizon? Doctors look at hospitalizations in NJ.
Jack Ciattarelli criticized Murphy's handling of the coronavirus crisis in New Jersey.
Twenty teens may have tested positive for the coronavirus after parties in Cresskill.
Advocates urged Senate leaders on Thursday to give census takers more time.
Dr. Tucker Woods shares what it's like inside NJ's hospitals today.
Atilis Gym in Ballmawr is receiving a $10,000 fine a day for keeping their doors open.