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May 25, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Congressional auditors score the republican Obamacare replacement headed to the Senate. Could it be dead on arrival? Christie's budget's criticized for cutting funds to programs that support New Jersey's neediest cases. Amtrak says don't criticize scheduled rail repairs til you get a look at the tangled web of tracks involved. The factors that could contribute to stroke may include migraines. What every woman should know. And a warning for those who'd target the elderly. We'll show you one tough group of seniors who can take care of themselves.

May 24, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Trump's proposed budget gets put to the test. Calculating the cost to New Jersey of cuts to programs for the working poor. Closing the wage gap for women. Lawmakers try to bar employers from asking potential new hires about their salary history. New housing constructed in Jersey City may have to include a healthy share of affordable housing as well. The annual state of the shore report is only partly sunny because funds to shore up beaches may be cut. A man-made island has garnered rare national designation as a wildlife habitat. The secret's in the landscaping.

May 23, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

A discount for some NJ Transit commuters who will suffer the inconvenience of Amtrak's extensive repairs. Help for families of missing children. Law enforcement agencies convene to offer resources and hope. A proposal to upgrade paid family leave that would expand time off at higher salaries and expand benefits too. Homeless families often seek shelter in places that can trigger asthma. Now a partnership to clear the air. And a victory for Verizon customers in South Jersey who've fought the telecom over sub-par service.

May 22, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Republican Gov. Christie touts his accomplishments, cautioning that Democrats campaigning for his seat might un-do them. The Assembly speaker's campaigning to keep his seat of power navigating rivalries between two New Jerseys, north and south. The American Dream isn't dead after all. The mall in the Meadowlands gets an infusion of cash to re-start construction. Building a pipeline to the job market by training community college students for the skills companies need. And recognizing progress in police community relations. The departments that innovate reap the rewards.

May 19, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Proposals and personalities clash in the last televised Republican gubernatorial debate before the June 6 primary. Were any undecided voters swayed? Protests on behalf of low wage airport workers. Backed by bills in the State House that would hike their pay past $15 an hour. Bergen County's effort to stem the drug addiction crisis. A pilot program allows those who turn themselves in to police to get treatment instead of jail time. Women who've suffered heart attacks share their stories of survival to help other women boost heart health. Smoking could be banned on a popular boardwalk. But even after the final vote, beach-goers would have a year to kick the habit. And got milk? We go inside a dairy farm to tell you how it gets from the cow to the carton.

May 18, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

The final debate before June primary election. Republican gubernatorial candidates clash. Might their ideas trump the Democrats? The state is densely populated and diverse. But is that diversity reflected in offices and schools? Students are up to their elbows in the turbidity, salinity and acidity of water. And fish. A field trip to remember. Middle-schoolers learn from those who've coped with the unthinkable, who have life lessons in courage to teach. And a newly minted graduate projects his marriage proposal on the jumbotron. We'll tell you how she answered.

May 17, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Gov. Christie shows up to talk New Jersey Transit. And ends up weighing in on Washington intrigue. The Republicans running to replace him are putting distance between the governor and themselves. We'll talk to a GOP executive. The Jersey City mayor is distancing himself from a Kushner Companies development project. Is politics at play? And an old center of innovation gets a reboot for a new century. Wait until you see the Bell Labs building now.

May 16, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Agreement on repairing and replacing our rough roads and bridges. But how fast? And who pays? The politics of immigrant rights. Advocates aim their agendas at next year and their hopes on the next governor. A developmentally disabled woman who thrived out of state was forced back here. Should she be allowed to get care elsewhere? Social support for small businesses. They learned how to put their goods and services where everyone can find them -- on Facebook. And he's one in 3,000. A rare tortoiseshell cat named Burrito is causing quite a buzz.

May 15, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

A controversial move that could boost state revenues while squeezing out drug dealers. Legalizing pot. Will it pass? A controversial reversal of criminal justice reforms. Does the attorney general's tough sentencing policy make America safer? New data on police salaries show discrepancies between suburban and urban pay. The reason? It's complicated. The confounding difficulty of building a new train tunnel under the Hudson. We'll talk to the Gateway projects top maven. And Rutgers graduates get a life lesson from Jersey's own Steven Van Zandt. You can call him doctor.