Accidents prompt police to urge caution in ‘passing lanes’
After multiple deadly traffic accidents in Ocean County where cars broke down in the left lane, State Police are warning drivers to use extra caution on the roads.
Sandy projects continue, two years later
The start of a steel sheet pilings project for Mantoloking and Brick is one of several coastal endeavors the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has to remediate after Superstorm Sandy.
Paterson authorities seek community help
Following the death of 12-year-old Genesis Rincon from a stray bullet, Paterson law enforcement officials are asking for the public's help in battling future crime in the area.
Assemblyman proposes trio of casino bills
With just over a month until Showboat Hotel and Casino shuts its doors for good, making it the second Atlantic City casino to close since January, Assemblyman Chris Brown is calling for accountability among the city's gambling houses.
Gov: Easement holdouts put NJ at risk
The Garden State dodged a bullet when Hurricane Arthur only grazed the state last weekend, but Gov. Chris Christie believes New Jersey is still vulnerable if another storm hits.
AC casino troubles not discouraging Christie
Atlantic City's casinos are facing a rough patch amidst the closure of the Atlantic Club, the Showboat Casino and troubles at Revel, but Gov. Chris Christie isn't ready to give up on AC.
Bill provides $1.3B for autism research
A new bill introduced in Washington would allocate $1.3 billion in funding for autism research and initiatives, as well as addressing the needs of autistic children who are "aging out" of current programs.
Boardwalk games checked for fairness [AUDIO]
Before families test their luck at boardwalk games, state inspectors will be checking to make sure everything is on the "up and up" as part of the Safe Summer 2014 campaign.
Jersey beaches have come a long way [AUDIO]
With seven of New Jersey's beaches having received recognition for maintaining the cleanest water in the nation, the state's beaches have come a long way from a coastline once mocked for having needles and dirty diapers wash up on the shores.
Summer teen drinking crackdown begins [AUDIO]
Police departments across the shore will be going undercover in liquor stores, trying to catch underage drinkers and people who buy alcohol for minors, as part of the summer Cops in Shops program.