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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.
160125Vannozzi

Flooding with Winter Storm at Highest Level Since Sandy

1-25-16
The weekend winter storm brought flood waters the highest level since Superstorm Sandy for parts of New Jersey.
160125Aron

How Did Christie Fare Politically Following the Storm?

1-25-16
NJTV News Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron breaks down Gov. Christie's response and reaction to it following the weekend's winter storm.
160122Flanagan

Power Outages, Flooding Concerns with Winter Storm

1-22-16
Utility companies are urging customers to plan for possible power outages and officials say those at the Jersey Shore should be prepared for flooding.
160122Wanko

Jersey Shore Prepares for Storm Surge, Flooding

1-22-16
Ahead of a major winter storm, communities at the Jersey Shore are bracing for a strong storm surge and the potential for flooding.
160121Eustace

Asm. Eustace Talks Christie Pocket Veto of ‘Common Sense’ Gun Bill

1-21-16
Asm. Tim Eustace sponsored a bill that would keep guns out of the hands of convicted carjackers, gangsters and other criminals. However, Gov. Christie pocket vetoed the legislation. Eustace talked to NJTV News about why Christie would pass on the "common sense" legislation.
160120Hill

Report: Homegrown Extremists Are Greatest Terrorist Threat to NJ

1-20-16
A New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness report says homegrown violent extremists are the greatest terrorist threat to the Garden State, making the landscape more dangerous than any since the Sept. 11 attacks.
160120Vannozzi

SANDY Act Aims to Improve Communication During Disasters

1-20-16
Congressman Frank Pallone has introduced the SANDY Act to improve communication for residents during emergencies.