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150430Cruz

Newark Establishes First Ever Civilian Complaint Review Board

4-30-15
Mayor Ras Baraka signed an executive order creating Newark's first Civilian Complaint Review Board to oversee the city's police department.
150429Cruz

Christie Answers Questions from the Media About Bridgegate, the Budget and Baltimore

4-29-15
After a ribbon cutting at Goya headquarters in Jersey City and a bill signing in New Brunswick, Gov. Christie answered questions from the New Jersey press corps where he discussed David Wildstein's possible guilty plea over Bridgegate, the state budget and sending state troopers to Baltimore.
150429Williams

Junius Williams: Little Has Changed Since Civil Rights Movement

4-29-15
Author and scholar Junius Williams speaks about the similarities and differences between the Baltimore riots today and the Newark riots of 1967 and where the Civil Right Movement stands today.
150428Delmore

Limited Deployment of NJ State Troopers in Response to Baltimore Riots

4-28-15
NJTV News Correspondent Erin Delmore talks about the limited deployment of NJ State Troopers to Baltimore to help with riots following Freddie Gray's funeral and about how Camden has introduced a community outreach program to help with police relations in that community.
150428Flanagan

Are You Giving Away Personal Information with a License Scan?

4-28-15
Security experts say allowing businesses to scan your driver's license could compromise your personal information stored in the codes.
150427Hill

Rules of Religious Divorce in Orthodox Jewish Community Led to Kidnapping

4-27-15
Three rabbis have been convicted on charges they kidnapped men and forced them to grant their wives a religious divorce, called a get.
150424Flanagan

Weinberg Goes to Court Seeking Documents on IZOD Center Closing

4-24-15
Sen. Loretta Weinberg has launched a legal battle to obtain documents to explain the Sports and Exposition Authority's reasoning for closing the IZOD Center.
150421Flanagan

NJEA Quits Pension Negotiations with Christie Administration

4-21-15
Amid a lawsuit from pubic workers unions over Gov. Christie's decision not to fully fund the state pension system, the NJEA has quit pension negotiations with his administration.
150417Hill

Judge Blocks Generator Use to Power Revel

4-17-15
New Revel owner Glenn Straub wanted to hook up generators to restore power to the building that ACR Energy turned off, but a federal judge blocked that action.
150415Aron

Family Files Suit to Change Cause of Death for John Sheridan

4-15-15
John Sheridan's sons say he did not kill his wife and commit suicide as the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office determined and they're filing a lawsuit to change the cause of death from suicide to undetermined.