A bill quadrupling tax incentives to keep film production in the state has the support of actor who played Apollo Creed.
The state has about 4,000 teacher vacancies every year, while only 2,000 of its college graduates go into education annually.
Times Square's army of Mickey Mouses and Spider-Men would be regulated and required to wear identification, a first for the tourist area's costumed characters.
A ballot fight between doctors and trial lawyers in California could become the nation's most expensive.
A new map shows the real value of $100 in the nation's metros.
The state stands to earn millions in extraction taxes, but environmentalists are skeptical.
A private company that signed a 15-year agreement with Indiana's lottery had to pay up $1.6 million to make up the difference between its revenue and its goal.
The Meadowlands Regional Chamber hopes the state will allow for a new gambling hall near New York City.
A judge ruled state schools can go ahead with implementation of standardization program.
The issue could attract a wave of corporate spending.