New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy called for a millionaire’s tax in his State of the State address

Murphy reprised a couple of greatest hits from last year's state of the state address, and also called for an end to what he said was a culture of sexual harassment in Trenton.

Bridgegate got its day at the Supreme Court. Justices seemed skeptical crimes were committed

Three years after two Christie allies were convicted, and even after one of them spent time in prison, the pair asked the high court to overturn the verdict and declare they committed no crime.

Bridgegate got its day at the Supreme Court. Justices seemed skeptical crimes were committed

Three years after two Christie allies were convicted, and even after one of them spent time in prison, the pair asked the high court to overturn the verdict and declare they committed no crime.

Bridgegate is about to get its day at the Supreme Court

The scandal that helped sink Chris Christie's White House ambitions will be back in the spotlight when the Supreme Court considers whether onetime aides of his committed fraud when they helped execute the political retribution plot.

Bridgegate is about to get its day at the Supreme Court

The scandal that helped sink Chris Christie's White House ambitions will be back in the spotlight when the Supreme Court considers whether onetime aides of his committed fraud when they helped execute the political retribution plot.
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The youngest member of Camden City Council says a traumatic childhood gave her the skills to lead

With a father dead and a mother imprisoned for five years, community leader Felisha Reyes-Morton describes the early years of her life as “forced into maturity.”

New Jersey passes ban on flavored vaping products

The New Jersey Senate has passed legislation that would prohibit flavored vaping products, with the Assembly set to vote as well.

Cory Booker is ending his 2020 presidential campaign

The New Jersey senator’s lofty calls for love and togetherness frequently won cheers and warm feelings from voters who saw him, but didn’t resonate enough in a time of upheaval and political strife.

Authorities: Kosher store shooters planned attack for months

Authorities say the two people who stormed a kosher grocery in Jersey City and killed three people there planned an assault for some time and were involved in another shooting of a Jewish person a week earlier.

Rutgers-Camden and Camden County College are the latest to work together to slash costs

Camden County College and Rutgers-Camden plan to announce a new dual admission agreement Monday that will allow students studying in some areas to continue on for their bachelor's at a lower tuition rate.

Aspiring hemp farmers and processors can now apply to produce it in the Garden State

Applications were posted Friday on the Department of Agriculture's website to grow and render the crop into fiber, oils, and CBD.

NJ Gov. Phil Murphy to lay out 2020 agenda in speech before lawmakers

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy is set to lay out his agenda for the year as he delivers his second State of the State address.

1 shot to death in Camden

Michael Edwards, 21, of Merchantville, was pronounced dead at Cooper University Hospital.

Judge orders school districts be notified in ‘momentous’ N.J. desegregation case

The judge also will give the state a chance to present experts to respond to the complaint filed by a coalition of civil rights advocates and students, which alleges New Jersey is maintaining one of the nation's most segregated public school systems.

Man arrested with assault rifle, body armor at Cape May Coast Guard facility, police say

Dustin Peters went to the Coast Guard training center to attend a graduation ceremony, officials say.

‘Wawa is pretty much dead to me’: Founding family accused of cheating former workers out of millions

Former Wawa workers say they were illegally forced to sell shares in an ESOP at a discount, so members of the founding Wood family could regain majority control of the fast-growing convenience-store chain.

Heather Barbera will spend decades in prison in the beating deaths of her mother and grandmother in their Ventnor boardwalk condo

Heather Barbera will decades behind bars in the slayings of her mother and grandmother in their Ventnor boardwalk condo.

Preventing the next mass shooting: Secret Service is training hundreds of teachers, cops at Bucks high school

The training at Council Rock South High School was the first in the region since a report analyzing 41 incidents of targeted school violence nationally between 2008 and 2017. It also comes as the state has seen an increase in fighting in schools, and student feeling depressed or threatened.

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