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Woodland Park Sets Ordinance Fining Parents For False Addresses

Woodland Park is issuing a $2,000 fine for "border hoppers" -- or students who fake their addresses to attend different schools.

Body Cams Coming to Elizabeth and Other Union County Towns

Union County announces the start of a body camera pilot program.

Calls For Review of Newark Police Pursuit Policy in Wake of 3-Year-Old’s Death

Police in Newark continue to be challenged by a recent spike in crime in the city. Concerns have now risen about police pursuit activities in result of an incident last Friday that claimed the live of a three-year-old.

“Newark at a Crossroads” Looks at the State of Newark Public Schools, One Newark Plan and Zuckerberg’s Donation

Newark Mayor Ras Baraka discussed the state of the Newark Public Schools and how eager he is for the schools to go back to local control on "Newark at a Crossroads".

Michael Hill and Steve Adubato Discuss “Newark at a Crossroads” Special

NJTV News Correspondent Michael Hill and Steve Adubato discuss the series Newark at a Crossroads.

Syrian Refugees Seek Shelter in Jersey City

Families and individuals from Syria are coming to New Jersey looking for safety, refuge and a better life.

Congressman MacArthur: Iran Nuclear Deal a Historic Mistake

Congressman Tom MacArthur spoke on various foreign policy issues ranging from the Iran Nuclear Deal, which he calls a historic mistake, to the Syrian refugee crisis. He says we should address our own border problems at home before helping others.

Playgrounds in Hamilton in Time Out After Finding Hazardous Conditions

Playgrounds in all 17 elementary schools in Hamilton have been closed after hazardous conditions were found at one school.

Jersey City Commemorates 14th Anniversary of 9/11

Elected officials along with first responders, friends and families of the victims of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 gathered to commemorate the 14th anniversary of the attacks that claimed the lives of 2,974 people.

Occupy the City Rallies in Newark to Address Crime in the City

Mayor Ras Baraka has launched Occupy the City rallies in Newark to address crime in the city. At the latest rally football player Ray Lewis and activist Jim Brown were invited to tackle the problem.