Watch Live


Do You Know the Number One Killer of Women?

Heart disease is the number one killer of women, with cardiovascular disease killing about one woman every 80 seconds.

Bergen County Launches Pilot Addiction Recovery Program

Three police departments in Bergen County, Paramus, Lyndhurst and Mahwah, are part of a pilot drug program that focuses on getting addicts to trained counselors.

New Jersey’s Drug Addiction Crisis

NJTV News has been a part of the initiative Healthy NJ: New Jersey’s Drug Addiction Crisis, aimed at raising awareness and promoting discussion about the state’s drug problems and solutions.

Mother Fights New Jersey to Return Disabled Daughter to New Hampshire Facility

According to her mother, Jennifer Sullivan thrived at an out-of-state treatment facility in New Hampshire but is struggling since she was moved back to New Jersey. She wants the state to send her daughter back to New Hampshire.

Sen. Scutari Unveils Bill to Legalize Recreational Marijuana in NJ

Sen. Nicholas Scutari unveiled a 60-page bill to legalize and regulate recreational marijuana use in New Jersey, saying the state spends $127 million a year on enforcement efforts that don’t work.

Assembly Budget Committee Hears From Department of Health

The Assembly Budget Committee heard testimony from the Department of Health, which has a $1.6 billion budget.

Democrats React to Passage of American Health Care Act

New Jersey Republican Congressmen Rodney Frelinghuysen and Tom MacArthur voted in favor of the American Health Care Act to replace the Affordable Care Act, but several Democrats say the plan is flawed and will cause people to lose their insurance and pay more.

Former NJ First Lady Shares Powerful Postpartum Depression Story

Former New Jersey First Lady Mary Jo Codey shared her thoughts of killing her baby boy with a group of women at the new Center for Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders at Monmouth Medical Center.

Discussing Importance of Mental Health, Substance Use Disorder

The New Jersey Hospital Association held a summit on mental health and substance use disorder, which attendees stressed are very important in the health care community.

Rep. Josh Gottheimer Discusses Problem Solvers Caucus

Congressman Josh Gottheimer is part of the newly formed Problem Solvers Caucus, which is made up of 20 Democrats and 20 Republicans who meet weekly while in Washington to discuss a variety of government issues.