Emergency crews are responding to a fire in Englewood, New Jersey. There are unconfirmed reports of an explosion at the location.
A social equity fee would help fund programs aimed at reducing racial disparities caused by drug laws.
Gabriel Sterling, the Voting Systems Manager for the Georgia Secretary of State's office, came out swinging during a press conference Tuesday afternoon after weeks of harassment, threats, and division.
Gambling executives, analysts and lawmakers attending a sports betting conference say the lure of new tax revenue from expanding sports betting could prove irresistible to states facing large deficits due to the pandemic.
A large portion of New Jersey was under a tornado watch until 7 p.m. Monday.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announced a new limit on outdoor gatherings and a stop to some organized indoor sports
New Jersey's capital surpassed its record for homicides set in 2013 with the 38th and 39th slayings over the weekend.
Authorities say a 12-year-old boy was wounded when someone fired at least one shot into a Newark home during an apparent drive-by shooting.
How long would you wait outside in the chill of late fall to secure the hottest item of the holiday shopping season? For a father and son from Northeast Philadelphia, the answer is two nights.
A 10-day stay-at-home advisory is underway in New Jersey's largest city.
A New Jersey police officer is being hailed a hero after he rescued a man trapped in a burning car, said police.
New Jersey Transit said train service remained suspended Wednesday in both directions on the North Jersey Coast Line between Penn Station New York and South Amboy.
Arthur E. Imperatore, Sr., founder and president of the NY Waterway ferry service, has died at the age of 95, the agency announced.
The total number of uncounted ballots found in the audit of Georgia's 2020 presidential election has increased to nearly 6,000 after two more counties say they've found discrepancies.
Jury trials in New Jersey have been suspended as COVID-19 cases in the state make a resurgence.
Governor Phil Murphy announced new restrictions Monday on gatherings as coronavirus cases reach new records in New Jersey.
People across the Tri-State Region were without power Monday after severe storms knocked down power lines Sunday night.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he and five other governors were to discuss coordinating certain these types of restrictions.
New Jersey is on the verge of returning to coronavirus-related closures and restrictions like that in the spring.
The governors in the six New England states and in New Jersey have suspended interstate youth hockey competitions through the end of the year.