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March 27, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Finger pointing but pursuing "what's next" after the big fail to repeal and replace Obamacare. A benefit to raising the gas tax last fall -- money by the millions to start work on road and bridge projects. "Dirty Dirt" after Sandy. What it could lead to -- the good that could "leach" from the bad. And see what a trip back in time has "uncorked" at the Liberty Hall Museum.

March 24, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Planned cuts put Meals on Wheels on the chopping block and has a senator serving meals and optimism about his legal challenges. The House pulls the bill to replace Obamacare because it lacked the votes for passage. Generations of women tackle gender equality. How times have changed and who's needed for the fight. Has the American Dream project turned in to a nightmare? What's going on at the construction site. And his videotaped peace-making went viral. A city thanks him. See who he thanks and why.

March 23, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Christie’s crowing about the best jobs report in years. But he demurs on a bill to make officials release their tax returns. A bill that would let police and firefighters manage their own pensions is put to a vote. A delay on the vote to repeal and replace Obamacare. Does the American Health Care Act have the votes to pass? There are plenty of essential services available to the homeless. And today in Essex County, easy access to food, housing and medical care. Allotting land for a new science and technology city. But is selling prime Hudson River real estate for $10 a good deal? And how about this for a good deal? We’re broadcasting tonight before a live audience at Camden’s Adventure Aquarium.

March 22, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

The Gateway rail tunnels under the Hudson's hit a roadblock. The president's proposed budget pulls the funding. Tried, convicted, sentence served. Should sex offenders have unfettered access to the internet once they've done their time? Police are on to a Craigslist scam that's been bilking people out of rent money and rental property too. The state of the city of Newark. The Mayor says it's safer, stronger and better for business. But is it better for residents? And look out below. The Coast Guard warns Little Egg Harbor Inlet is so storm-tossed it could be too shallow to sail through.

March 21, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

School districts plead with the Senate Budget Committee to change the aging school funding formula and give them more. One program that's getting less from the federal budget gives ex-cons the schooling they need to get jobs. Jobs -- or lack of them -- is one reason millennials are leaving the Garden State. Coordinating strategy to keep kids close to home. And cutting the red tape on legal deals to make the state more attractive for international business. An adult steps into a street fight and delivers a round-house lecture that goes viral. It's a lesson learned 11 million times over. And we'll unravel the fascinating metamorphosis of a Jersey-born pastime that's spread worldwide. It's Skee-Ball.

March 20, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Embedded in President Trump's proposed budget, deep cuts to women's health care and cancer screenings. And deep cuts to environmental cleanup in a state bounded by an ocean, a river and the most Superfund sites in the nation. The U.S. Supreme Court declines to weigh in on Sen. Menendez's bid to avoid trial on federal corruption charges. Police and firefighters make a bid to move control of their pension and retirement funds away from the state. And that's kicked up a feud. And what hunters nearly made extinct a Jersey farm has brought back in abundance. The American buffalo's thrice thriving.

March 17, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Draconian cuts in pay and benefits for police and firefighters have city fathers comparing the state to venomous snakes. Cutting the funding out from under the Gateway tunnel project. The proposed Trump budget's glaring omission. When it comes to health and child care, education and incarceration, the outlook for kids in Newark is improving. The sound of pipes and pipers resonates around the state. We'll show you what it takes to blow the bagpipes on St. Patrick's Day. And what's a rubber ducky doing on the boardwalk? Monopoly players give the boot to the boot in favor of two birds and a T. rex.

March 16, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Crowding international arrivals to call out President Trump's travel ban as an assault on our values. A crowded docket of pressing issues put to a legislative vote. Will the governor sign any of them into law? Police and firefighters make a bid to yank their public pension funds out of state control. Can they do better? Envisioning a future without Big Bird. Funding for public broadcasting and the arts is cut from the president's budget. And artists collaborate on Camden's most intractable problems. Can creatives solve what corporations can't?

March 15, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

How to pay for pensions, infrastructure, schools and medical care? Budget hearings have interest groups trying to squeeze more out of less. Ahead of the new travel ban, air-travel's already down. It's being called a "Trump Slump." Could tourism slump too? The Justice Department says the Yahoo hackers were Russian spies. The indictments from Cold War games in cyber space. The state's considering a ban on fruity flavored e-cigarettes aimed at preventing kids from getting hooked on nicotine. And Atlantic City cops get a wake-up call. Their contracts have been amended to include lower pay and longer hours.