NJTV News with Mike Schneider


NJ Transit train hits, kills man

HAZLET, N.J. (AP) — Service has resumed on the North Jersey Coast Line after a New Jersey Transit train struck and killed a man. NJ Transit spokesman William Smith says the train was headed for New York City when it hit the man west of the Hazlet ...

With GWB Investigation Widening, Emails Show PA, Others Stonewalling Press

Some of the emails released related to the GWB lane closures show Port Authority officials refusing to answer reporters' questions.

Sen. Weinberg Says Committee Will Look for Truth on GWB Closures

Sen. Loretta Weinberg will be chairing a new committee to further investigate the GWB lane closures.

AAA Mid-Atlantic: NJ gas prices down slightly

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Motorists are seeing slightly lower prices at the pumps in New Jersey. AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average price of a gallon of regular gasoline in the state on Friday was $3.32, down 2 cents from last week. That's also nearly ...

Fort Lee Residents’ Reaction Mixed After Christie Mea Culpa

Some Fort Lee residents say they accept Gov. Christie's apology he made in a press conference, but others don't believe him.

Icy roads slow NJ Transit buses in south Jersey

CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) — Commuters who ride New Jersey Transit buses in southern New Jersey are facing delays because of icy roads. NJ Transit spokesman John Durso Jr. says buses are operating up to two hours behind schedule in Camden, Gloucester and ...

Fort Lee Reacts to Gov. Christie’s Press Conference

Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich didn't initially want to meet with Gov. Christie about the GWB lane closures but he did see the governor.

Asm. Wisniewski Says Wildstein Took Refuge In Fifth Amendment

Assemblyman John Wisniewski was disappointed former Port Authority official David Wildstein refused to answer questions about the GWB lane closures.

Sen. Weinberg Says Christie Apology Is Four Months Too Late

Sen. Loretta Weinberg says that Gov. Chris Christie's apology about the GWB lane closures is genuine but it is a little too late.

NJ Transit looks to shelter trains

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Transit is looking to better protect its rail cars from storms. The agency on Wednesday awarded a $7.6 million contract to a company to perform engineering and design work to transform a rail yard near New Brunswick ...