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July 18, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Note to the next governor: set your team and agenda now. Eagleton's tips for a smooth transition. Closing the gap in voter registration to help citizens with disabilities make their voices heard. Using a minimum wage hike as a bargaining chip in Congress? A Democratic representative makes his pitch to Republicans. And zoo babies, Cape May keepers introduce the cutest species saviors you've likely ever seen.

July 17, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

With less than six months left, Christie hits this summer's highlights from Trump junior's emails to sports radio exchanges. Rats, rot and vermin. Newark moves to crack down on a landlord whose housing is considered uninhabitable. A critical transit project, Sen. Booker considers the proposed Gateway Tunnel an economic essential. A Camden project to reclaim a garbage dump and re-purpose it by planting a field of solar panels. We will show you how water is sampled to make sure the state's beaches are safe for swimmers. And we'll introduce you to the top American woman at the U.S. Open Golf Tournament.

July 14, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Senators balk at the latest Trumpcare revision, warning about what could happen to Medicaid patients if Medicaid funding's cut. The Environmental Protection Agency celebrates an anniversary amid fears it too could face cuts in funding. Trump's golf club in Bedminster plays host to the U.S. Women's Open and the president gets a prime perch. Are the women pleased? A breakthrough technique in treating cancers by weaponizing the patient's healthy cells to slay the cancer cells. And a new technique to bump travelers from overbooked flights. United considers asking them to re-book before they even get to the airport.

July 13, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

The heats on in Trenton to get back pay for furloughed workers. Christie says he'll sign off, but where's the bill? Christie's restructuring plan would help addicts get both mental health and medical treatment. Are lawmakers fighting him? A gamble on police reform is paying off in Camden. Its tactics that de-escalate violence make it a national model. A mystery firm with deep pockets is offering a bundle for a shining, but shuttered an Atlantic City casino. And a sand castle contest raises fantastical creatures on the beaches with scarcely a castle in sight.

July 12, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

The Bridgegate mastermind David Wildstein gets a light sentence for helping prosecutors. What did he say about Gov. Christie? Marking the anniversary of five days of rage 50 years ago that tore a town apart. Newark takes stock of what happened. A bill before Christie would expand Paid Family eave. Could a benefit for workers be a burden for big employers? Did you know your footprint is as unique as your fingerprint? Now the technology's being used to protect newborns. And what can go from undersea up to the sky and everywhere in between? It's Rutger's new naviator. This you've got to see.

July 11, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Does the state have enough water to handle a growing population, aging infrastructure and emergencies? Can owners of state subsidized apartments be fined for delivering sub-standard housing? Korean-Americans tell their congressman they're concerned about leadership in the Korean peninsula and here. A powerful congressman unveils a plan that could mean federal funds for the proposed Gateway train tunnel. And this we don't need down the shore, a Portuguese man of war's washed up, venomous tentacles in tact.

July 10, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

NJ Transit's "days of delays" dawn without the massive headaches riders feared as lawmakers renew calls for a new tunnel. A choke point for commuters is Hoboken where extra ferries, buses and PATH trains took on thousands of extra passengers. In the wake of the state's historic shut down, could the governor's approval ratings reach historic levels? Christie accused Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of failing its members, now Horizon's appealing a multi-million dollar fine. And a find in fine wine. Kean University found a 221-year-old John Adams era shipment.

July 7, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Ahead of Monday's commute-snarling, train-diverting rail line repairs at New York Penn, how is NJ Transit keeping us informed? The state budget battle's over, but some bitterness persists over the governor's use of his veto pen. Did Christie renege on a promise? A veteran who struggled alone with post traumatic stress disorder has taken to the road to walk for other wounded warriors. And a boat is moored far from the waters edge, confounding cops on route one. We'll unravel the mystery of the Maraliya.

July 6, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Fire sale on the boardwalk. Hard Rock's liquidating Trump Taj Mahal furnishings. Are they offering a deal you can't refuse? Jersey City schools to transition from state to local control. The milestone's being met with jubilation and a touch of skepticism. The tardy state budget is a done deal that gives members of both parties some wins and some losses. We'll look at how billions in tax dollars will be spent. And an iconic country western dance hall abruptly closes leaving Texas two-steppers and mechanical bull riders up the creek without a saddle.