| May 25, 2009
The twenty-one gun salute rang out in Paterson Monday morning as officials, friends and family remembered on this Memorial Day to honor a soldier who gave the ultimate sacrifice. Sgt. Christian Bueno-Galdos of the 3rd Battalion, 66th Armor Regiment, 172...
| Dec 16, 2009
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The trial of a multiple sclerosis patient charged with growing over a dozen marijuana plants continued Wednesday, as supporters gathered outside of court to criticize the state for even prosecuting the case.
Somerville resident John Wilson, 36, was...
| Jun 4, 2009
New Jersey is moving closer to allowing chronically ill patients to smoke marijuana to relieve symptoms of pain and nausea.
On Thursday, the Assembly Health and Senior Services Committee approved the medical marijuana bill by an 8-1 vote, with two...
| Jun 8, 2009
The ground-breaking ceremony for New Jersey long-awaited Mass Transit Tunnel will be held Monday morning.
The tunnel will run underneath the Hudson River and is part of the nation's largest mass transit project. The projected finish date is in 2017 and...
| Jun 27, 2009
New Jersey lawmakers have approved legislation that puts safety above the law when it comes to underage drinking.
The bill grants immunity to anyone under 21 who has been drinking, if that person calls police when another teen drinks too much and needs...
| Jul 28, 2009
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| Jul 16, 2009
| 10:15 AM
An early morning shoot out Thursday in Jersey City, New Jersey has left two suspects dead and five officers injured - in what may have been the result of a police department investigation into an armed robbery last week, officials said.
| Nov 6, 2008
WASHINGTON — President-elect Barack Obama's preinaugural "honeymoon" could turn into a major headache.
Unlike those preceding him in office, Obama is being forced into swift action on the economy with a financial crisis and the specter of recession...
| Aug 3, 2009
In an act of defiance against Governor Jon Corzine, Anthony Suarez, one of three New Jersey mayors arrested in last month's major FBI corruption and money laundering sting, said he will not resign from his seat.
Gov. Corzine has called for all public...
| Aug 30, 2009
More than 200 people gathered Sunday to tell Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi he's not welcome in their suburban New Jersey community, including several who lost relatives in the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.
Gov. Jon Corzine...
| Feb 8, 2008
Today, Krikorian and Jiménez discuss the future of immigration reform. Previously, they debated the Real ID law, weighed the positives and negatives of tougher enforcement, assessed the presidential candidates' immigration credentials and determined...
| Oct 7, 2007
The mayor of this seaside gambling town hasn't shown up for his usual cheese steak sandwich and root beer at a local submarine shop in more than a week.
Bob Levy didn't arrive to take his seat at a City Council meeting on Wednesday, either. And when...