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Baroni, Kelly Plead Not Guilty to Charges Related to GWB Lane Closures

During their arraignment, Bill Baroni and Bridget Kelly pleaded not guilty to charges they conspired with David Wildstein to close lanes at the George Washington Bridge as political payback to Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich for not endorsing Gov. Christie's reelection bid.

Poll: Majority Don’t Believe Christie is Being Completely Honest About GWB Scandal

A new Monmouth University poll has found 69 percent of respondents say Gov. Christie hasn't been completely honest about his knowledge of the GWB scandal.

NJTV News Special Report: The GWB Investigation

NJTV News live coverage following the arraignment of Bill Baroni and Bridget Anne Kelly on charges related to the George Washington Bridge lane closures. Both have pleaded not guilty to charges.

Baroni, Kelly Indicted for GWB Lane Closures; Wildstein Pleads Guilty

U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman announced indictments of Bill Baroni and Bridget Kelly for their alleged involvement in the GWB lane closures, as well as David Wildstein's guilty plea.

Baroni, Kelly Address Charges in Press Conferences

After being indicted for their alleged involvement in the GWB lane closures, Bill Baroni's attorney and Bridget Kelly addressed the media in separate press conferences.

NJTV News Special Report: The GWB Investigation

U.S. Attorney for New Jersey Paul Fishman announced the indictment of Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni Friday. David Wildstein pleaded guilty to two conspiracy charges in federal court in Newark. Bridget Kelly responds to her indictment.

Newark Establishes First Ever Civilian Complaint Review Board

Mayor Ras Baraka signed an executive order creating Newark's first Civilian Complaint Review Board to oversee the city's police department.

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

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.

Junius Williams: Little Has Changed Since Civil Rights Movement

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.

Limited Deployment of NJ State Troopers in Response to Baltimore Riots

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.