NJ Gov. Phil Murphy Talks With CBS2's Meg Baker About His First Year In OfficeAfter a little over a year in office, how is Governor Phil Murphy doing? CBS2's Meg Baker sat down with him to review his report card.
NJ Gov. Murphy Expanding 'GUNStat' Program, Which Tracks Guns Used In CrimesThe program, called GUNStat, will also track the companies that manufacture those weapons.
NJ Marijuana Legalization: Gov. Murphy, Other Leaders Outline Details Of PlanIt's unclear whether there are enough votes in the Democrat-controlled Legislature to pass the bill, but the agreement marks the first time leaders have laid out the details of the plan.
Gov. Murphy Calls For $407 Million In NJ TRANSIT FundsMurphy says the money would make it possible to freeze fare hikes for the second year in a row.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Unveils Second State BudgetThe Democrat presented the spending plan for fiscal year 2020 to a joint meeting of the Democratic-led Assembly and Senate on Tuesday.
New Jersey Expands Paid Family Leave For Parents, CaretakersA bill expanding family leave became law in the New Jersey Tuesday.
New Jersey Weather: State Of Emergency In Effect As Wintry Mix Settles InAll state offices were closed, and non-essential employees were told not to come in to work.
Trump's Recent Comments Renew Hope For Gateway ProjectIs President Donald Trump softening his stance on the Gateway Project? New comments have raised hopes that the tunnel could finally get done.
CBS2 Demands Answers From New Jersey Leaders On Their Plan To Address Ancient Hudson River TunnelNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy governor and his state's Congressional delegation took a high-profile tour of the deteriorating Hudson River rail tunnel.
Gov. Murphy Joins N.J. Delegation On Tour Of Hudson River Tunnel, Urges Completion Of Gateway ProjectSome 200,000 commuters go through the North River tunnel each day.
New Jersey Lawmakers Consider Minimum Wage IncreaseIf enacted, the current minimum of $8.85 would be raised to $10 by July and then go up by a dollar a year to $15 in 2024.
Former N.J. Official Accused Of Raping Murphy Campaign Volunteer Will Not Face ChargesKatie Brennan, chief of staff to the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency, accused Albert Alvarez of sexually assaulting her while they both worked for Murphy’s campaign in 2017.