As frustrations continue to grow over delays on NJ Transit, social media is abuzz with what commuters have dubbed #NoPayMay.

Wrongful convictions top 2,000 nationwide since 1989, according to the National Registry of Exonerations. Based on case law and press reports, that number's at 27 in New Jersey.

Charges could be filed as early as this week in connection with the death of a New Jersey man at a Penn State fraternity house in February.

New Jersey officials say the near-elimination of cash bail has been a success, but some changes could be on the way.

As the prescription painkiller and heroin epidemic continues, New Jersey lawmakers could soon vote on a measure that would force insurance companies to cover the cost of abuse-deterrent opioids.