High school football fields throughout New Jersey are at risk of being empty.
The entire state's in a deep freeze, but what does that mean for the homeless population?
Newark wants to be the fastest city on the internet and preserve net neutrality.
What impact will the new tax bill have on the state’s real estate market?
The state has given Newark back control of public schools after 22 years.
The new tax law is raising some questions.
A cabinet nominee with national credentials.
PSEG predicts competition will force its nuclear plants to close.
A non-traditional nominee from a conventional locale.
Murphy's pick for secretary of state would oversee a $44 billion industry.
December 15, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams
Social advocates want to change voting if your a convicted felon.
The governor-elect didn't look far to pick a state treasurer for his cabinet.
A first-in-the-nation nomination.
A terror fueled, tangled commute in Manhattan.
During Gov. Christie’s final lap, he leaves a mark on the mental health community.
A flurry in Trenton before lawmakers leave.
One month left in office and Gov. Christie proposes slashing health benefits.
A Democrat gathers endorsements in her effort to unseat a 12 term Republican Congressman.
An annual survey shows New Jersey's businesses.
A nationwide sting nabs child predators and the majority are from New Jersey.
Will lawmakers make moves on final legislation before the end of the term?
Federal funds for inpatient care?
A hearing every commuter should care about.
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