"Legalization will allow us to reinvest directly in our communities— especially the urban neighborhoods hardest hit by the misguided War on Drugs..."
— Gov. Phil Murphy

New Jersey could have legal recreational marijuana sales by Jan. 1, the date in the budget that assumes that the state will net $80 million.

So, what would you do with a prize that had an estimated cash value of $273.9 million?

Single ticket sold in Pennsylvania to lucky winner.
It's National Love Your Pet Day. Come on, proud pet moms and dads— we want to see your fur-babies!
Firefighters rescue dog trapped in dry well
March Nor'easter: Walking around Fort Lee

The chill will remain overnight tonight, before warming a bit Monday. Are you tired of snow yet?

While it is less likely that North Jersey will see another major storm on Tuesday, the area may still have a snowy start to spring.

Did you buy one?

The suit follows the Jets' decision to allow non-license holders to buy season tickets in MetLife Stadium's mezzanine section.

"I'm blessed. I got beat, but I'm blessed. I'm a blessed man and I'm honored to take my loss like a man."
— Nick Suriano

College Wrestling: Spencer Lee of Iowa defeats Nick Suriano in national final

The former FBI director's comment came after FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe was fired.

It appears that Comey's tweet was in reference to his memoir, A Higher Loyalty, which is expected to be published in April.

Amid a nationwide debate about teacher salaries, one teacher shared her salary, and her frustration, on social media.

Do you think teachers should be paid more?

A teacher in the Paradise Valley Unified School District shared her salary on Facebook, adding fuel to the conversation about teacher salaries.

A bunch of rich people, including some who made their fortunes selling legalized cannabis in other states, are looking seriously to invest in marijuana in New Jersey.

Marijuana jokes are easy. What's hard? Advising rich entrepreneurs on pot laws that aren't written yet.

Four of the airmen were assigned to the 106th Rescue Wing at the Francis S. Gabreski Air National Guard Base, N.Y.

The crew was aboard an HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopter that went down Thursday during a troop transport mission.

Good morning, North Jersey! It's Sunday, March 18, 2018

NJ lab raises millions of predatory bugs to stop invasive species:
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Fun fact: The NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade marches to the music of a band from New Jersey. Because of course.

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Who knows, those old toys could be worth some money.

Two appraisers were present on Saturday to value collections and make offers at the Courtyard by Marriott in Montvale.

“I’ve seen this movie before. It was called Florio One. Now we have Florio Two, the sequel,'' said Assemblyman Jon Bramnick.

Phil Murphy champions boost to sales tax and income tax for millionaires. He's not afraid despite vitriol for former Gov. Florio and his increases.

These scientists are raising an army of bugs... to beat up other bugs before they can hurt NJ's ecosystem. Here's how they do it.

The predators are tiny. The prey has been here for centuries. Yeah, this is gonna take a while.

“It’s an honor," said Jim Buckley, a sergeant with the Bergen County Sherriff’s Office. "When I’m marching up 5th Avenue, it’s a different feeling. I get the chills.”

The Police Pipes and Drums of Bergen County has led the world's largest St. Patrick's Day parade alongside “The Fighting 69th" for a decade.

"She's the only one who went all by herself and that takes courage," said Stacey Gregg, who helped organize the delivery of $1,000 in roses.

A student who garnered nationwide attention when she solely walked out Sayreville War Memorial High School has received her delivery of roses.