State records show that troopers earned $25.5 million in overtime last year and $15.7 million as of September this year.
The city of fewer than 80,000 has had 16 murders since Oct. 1, prompting one city council member to call for the National Guard to be sent in to help.
Authorities say the licenses were sold to unauthorized persons for thousands of dollars out of the East Orange, Edison, Jersey City, Lodi and North Bergen motor vehicle offices.
New Jersey is launching a pilot program that allows consumers to drop off unused medications in secure locations.
“I’ve been hearing rumors and everyone else for the last six months that she would like to go and become a judge,” said State Senator and former Governor Richard Codey.
New Jersey attorney general Paula Dow called the scheme “an outright theft by people who presented themselves as legitimate investment advisors and as a legitimate attorney.”
Participants aligned with the Occupy Wall Street protest have removed their tents from New Jersey’s World War II Memorial in Trenton after police told them they could not keep any “permanent structures” at the site.
It’s a cancer charity charade that’s outraged a community. A New Jersey couple is accused of running a phony group that claimed to help children battling cancer, but instead, investigators say they helped themselves.
Attorney General Paula Dow announced the guilty pleas Friday, one day after The Center for Lymphatic Disorders, based in Egg Harbor Township, and 54-year-old Farah Iranipour Houtan appeared in state Superior Court in Atlantic County.
Kevin Fernandez, 16, said he thought the modeling agency would get him work, but instead it allegedly charged his mom $1,000 for a photo shoot and asked for hundreds more to promote him.
Those who test positive will need a doctor’s letter saying there’s a legitimate medical reason and that they’re still fit for duty.
New Jersey Attorney General Paula Dow says a yearlong investigation into gang activity in Paterson has resulted in more than 170 arrests.
New Jersey officials are awaiting responses from federal prosecutors whether licensed medical marijuana sellers would face arrest.
Calling them an imminent threat to public safety, Dow has filed emergency rules designed to immediately ban the sale and manufacture of the synthetic drugs.
New Jersey wants to know if its medical marijuana program violates federal law.