Police Reforms Enacted In New Jersey And Connecticut After George Floyd's MurderAs protestors around the country demanded police reform in the wake of George Floyd's death, leaders in the Tri-State Area went to work. 
Suspect Kevin Dawkins, 36, Arrested In Mass Shooting At Fairfield Township, NJ House Party; 'Not A Random Act Of Violence' Attorney General SaysWitnesses said they heard some 30 shots as panicked partygoers tried to escape the hail of gunfire. They said some jumped over people who were already hit.
New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal Quarantining After Being Exposed To COVID-19Grewal took a COVID test after coming in contact with a staff member on Monday who tested positive.
New Jersey Appeals Court Says Attorney General Can Order Release Of Police Disciplinary FilesPolice unions sued, arguing Attorney General Gurbir Grewal did not have the authority to release the files, dating back 20 years.
Experts Urging Parents To Be Especially Vigilant Due To Increasing Number Of Online Predators During Pandemic"Stay home" orders mean kids stay online. Now, with school going virtual again for many, experts are urging parents to be vigilant.
Coronavirus Update: New Jersey Releasing Some Inmates To Slow The SpreadProsecutors can file objections to the release of specific inmates, and those who are released will have to abide by any restrictions as part of their probation.
Jersey City Shooting: Authorities Update On Investigation Into Pair's Deadly RampageLast month, the two shooters parked a stolen U-Haul van got out with rifles and began firing into a kosher market. Three people were killed inside the market.
Jersey City Shooting Being Investigated As Potential Act Of Domestic Terrorism, Vigils Held For VictimsFunerals were held last night for two of the victims in the Jersey City shooting, hours after the attorney general’s office identified the suspects.
Paterson Mayor On Opioid Crisis, Rise In Crime: 'You Can't Just Police Your Problems Away'A recent uptick in violent crime in one New Jersey community could be connected to the ongoing opioid epidemic in the city.
New Jersey Attorney General Orders Counties To Stop Operations With ICENew Jersey's attorney general is ordering two counties to end their cooperation agreements with federal immigration authorities.
N.J. School Board Introduces New Video To Help Student-Athletes Combat OpioidsNew Jersey has a new tactic to prevent kids from getting hooked on opioids, especially student-athletes.