Utility company got rich nearly doubling sewer rates, NJ says
A state audit found the water and sewer authority that supplies Jersey City hiked rates bigtime over a nine-year period, even as they piled up a multi-million dollar surplus.
From prison to canvas — Art by NJ youth seeking 2nd chance
An art exhibit at the State House featured the work of individuals who had been involved in the juvenile and criminal justice systems.
Report says increase and expand NJ sales tax
The latest suggestion for how New Jersey can find extra tax collections for its imbalanced budget is focused on the sales tax.
Welcome to the world, Griffin William Zarrow!
Wednesday brought not only record heat to New Jersey, but also a new baby boy to our Chief Meteorologist's family.
Why are NJ schools getting so many threats lately?
The shooting in Florida that killed 17 may have emboldened some people who are harboring bad feelings to act upon them, a psychology expert says.
NJ native Wendy Williams taking medical leave from TV show
Williams said she plans to take three weeks off to treat Graves' Disease and hyperthyroidism.
Robber ends up shooting himself, South Jersey cops say
Police say four people conspired to rob an acquaintance on Tuesday which resulted in the victim and one of the suspects getting medical care in area hospitals.
NJ addiction recovery program has a successful recovery record
The CFC Loud N Clear Foundation (a recovery community organization) isn't about the awareness of addiction, but focuses on the action and intervention.
NJ confirms 3rd child death from the flu
The Elizabeth girl is the third person to be confirmed with a fatal case of the flu as the number dead grows again.
How would you observe a National NJ Day?
National New Jersey Day exists, but we do not know how we are supposed to observe it. D&D's callers provided some ideas.
NJ moves to expand contraception coverage for new moms
New Jersey will expand the availability of long-acting reversible contraception methods through its Medicare program, which covers more than 300,000 women.
NJ county sues wealthy families that profited from opioids
More than 200 lawsuits have been filed against pharmaceutical companies.
Remember that one nerd in 'The Breakfast Club' movie?
In this week's episode of #SpeakingMillennialPodcast, Jay Black has an issue with Anthony Michael Hall's character in the 'Breakfast Club' - nerds get nothing.
'Homicidal' and uncooperative — NJ cop shoots man on video
Edward Gandy called police last month to say that he had a gun at a Millville intersection. Dashcam video shows Gandy appearing to aim a gun at officers but no weapon was found at the scene.
Listeners of New Jersey 101.5 have controversial opinions
Some people took it seriously, and some approached it with a more lighthearted approach.
NJ teens walk out of schools to mark Florida shooting
Students stood quietly as the names of the Florida high school shooting victims were read aloud.
Jersey's most dangerous jobs
See if you're surprised by any of these.
Schools should not allow student protests
This just teaches kids that if you don't like what's going on, you should just get up and leave.
10-year-old girl taken from Elizabeth park on stretcher
The Union County Prosecutor's Office said a 10-year-old girl went missing in a park and was found two hours later.
'Does Jesus speak to you?' What NJ told me
Inspired by the Joy Behar/ Mike Pence controversy, Trev asked this question and got some interesting responses.