Lawsuit Claims South Jersey Police Department Has History Of 'Aggressive Police Tactics'West Deptford and its entire police department are the subject of a lawsuit filed in federal court in Camden.
NJ Senator Asks, Again, For Corruption Charges To Be DroppedAttorneys for New Jersey US Senator Robert Menendez have returned to a federal judge in Newark asking, again, for corruption charges against their client to be dropped.
NJ Prevails In Fish Fight With Federal GovernmentNew Jersey has won the flounder fight, at least for this summer.
$2.2 Million Donation To Stem Cell Research At CooperA private donation of more than $2 million will help stem cell research at one South Jersey hospital.
Civil Suit Filed Against Millville Officials In Alleged 2015 Incident A million dollar lawsuit has been filed against the city of Millville, its police chief, and an officer indicted in an unrelated matter.
Changes Planned In NJ Mental Health And Drug Addiction ProgramsNew Jersey state legislators are pouring over a proposed reorganization of how mental health programs are administered in the Garden State.
Police Attend De-escalation Conference In CamdenMore than 200 police officers from as far away as Canada took part in day long exercises at Camden County College.
NJ Senate Approves Back Pay For State Workers Furloughed During Budget BattleThe New Jersey State Senate returned to Trenton on what was supposed to be an off day to make sure state workers were not penalized for the three-day shutdown of government prompted by this month's budget impasse.
Opposition Mounting For Proposed Development Next To New Gloucester County State ParkSupporters of a newly opened state park in Gloucester County are worried about a plan under consideration to develop 55 acres right next door.
NJ Legislator Has Idea To Avoid Repeat Of 'Beachgate'There's a push in the New Jersey legislature to ensure that the so-called "Beachgate" problem involving Governor Chris Christie never happens again.
New Life For Shuttered Hotel On AC BoardwalkA boutique hotel along the Atlantic City boardwalk that catered to millennials before it closed last fall is coming back with a new owner.
Gun Buyback In 3 NJ Cities In late JulyA gun buyback program is scheduled for two days at the end of the month in three of New Jersey's most crime ridden cities. But they're looking to do more than get dangerous weapons off the street.