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NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams
Wednesday, August 15 at 8pm
A Matter of Faith with a Bishop, an Imam and a Rabbi
This week, hosts bishop Mark Beckwith, Imam W. Deen Shariff and Rabbi Matthew Gewirtz discuss workplace power & sexual harassment with Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman.
August 11 - 16, 2018
State of the Arts
This week: Cuba in Red Bank at Two River Theater, Photographer Aubrey Kauffman, Playin’ Around South Orange, Gabriel Dawe at the Newark Museum
Splash and Bubbles
Peg + Cat
NJTV offers news, resources and community forums to address New Jersey's ongoing drug crisis and overdose epidemic.
Metrofocus: August 14, 2018
SAFEGUARDING LONG ISLAND STUDENTS, VIRTUAL THREATS, ACTUAL VIOLENCE, IS THE “MOB” DEAD?, A GUILDED GIFT.
A GUILDED GIFT
We take you to Heckscher State Park, on the Great South Bay in East Islip, Long Island, for a magnificent reminder of the Gilded Age.
SAFEGUARDING LONG ISLAND STUDENTS
Long Island schools ramp up security as a safeguard against possible attacks. We have the details.
Health centers offer primary care for NJ's uninsured
New Jersey's community health centers see 538,000 patients a year, many of whom are uninsured or underinsured.
August 13, 2018: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams
Parts of Little Falls are devastated after a weekend flood. Some residents are asking, "Where's the help?" At the office of the largest state worker union in Trenton, they're ...
Murphy signs law expanding public-private partnerships
The governor also signed a state of emergency on Tuesday for several flood-damaged counties to secure funding for cleanup.
Metrofocus: August 13, 2018
Who’s up? Who’s down? And who has momentum in New York State going into this week? All are in the headlines, but can you guess who made the list? Find out! New York ...
Saving homeless youth one at a time. See how “The Door” is making the ultimate difference for young people living on the streets in New York City.
Senator urges lifting residency requirement for engineers
Minority Leader Sen. Tom Kean Jr. wants to lift the residency requirement for NJ Transit engineers to alleviate the staff shortage that has plagued the agency.
The Open Mind
Documenting a Fascist Ascent
Jack Smith IV, senior writer for Mic, discusses American nationalism, nativism and White Supremacy.
MetroFocus: August 10, 2018
INSIDE THE HEADLINE, THE INVESTIGATION, THE SURVIVOR, A CITY ON EDGE.
A CITY ON EDGE
Legendary PIX-11 reporter Marvin Scott recalls the vibe that permeated every newsroom in New York at the time.
Retired NYPD detective Bill Clark was assigned to the team investigating the murders. He brings us inside the case.
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