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160204Delmore

Female-Led Class Action Suit Calls for U.S. to Draft Women

2-4-16
Two women in New Jersey are part of a class action lawsuit calling for the U.S. to draft women as well as men. They say it's for gender equality.
160203Cruz

New Crime-Fighting Initiative Aims to Curb Spike in Newark

2-3-16
Newark Public Safety Director Anthony Ambrose outlined Operation Forge Ahead, which is a 45-day, nine-point plan meant to reduce crime in the city.
160203Flanagan

NTSB Recommends Lowering Legal Blood Alcohol Limit to Drive

2-3-16
The National Transportation Safety Board has recommended lowering the legal blood alcohol content to drive from 0.08 to 0.05 percent, but not everyone, including Mothers Against Drunk Driving, is on board.
160202Flanagan

Lead Poisoning an Issue in New Jersey

2-2-16
The percentage of children testing with high levels of lead is equal to or higher than what is being reported in Flint, Michigan.
160201Wanko

Majority of Fatal Crashes Blamed on Inattentiveness

2-1-16
According to New Jersey State Police, the vast majority of fatal vehicle crashes to some degree can be blamed on driver inattention.
160129Flanagan

NJ Law Limits Use of Solitary Confinement for Juveniles

1-29-16
A New Jersey law restricts the amount of time juvenile offenders are allowed to be kept in solitary confinement, also called "room restriction".
160128Hill

NJ-STEP Program Lets Inmates Earn Degrees

1-28-16
The New Jersey Scholarship and Transformative Education in Prisons Consortium (NJ-STEP) gives inmates the opportunity to work toward higher education degrees.
160127Hill

Despite NJ Law, Many Vehicles Still Snow Covered

1-27-16
New Jersey law prohibits drivers from being on the road without first removing snow from vehicles. But days after a major winter storm, many vehicles can still be seen on the roads with snow.
160127Cruz

Mayor Baraka: Newark Pulled Together

1-27-16
NJTV Correspondent David Cruz spoke with Newark Mayor Ras Baraka about the city's progress in getting back to normal following the weekend's snowstorm.