Michael Hill
Michael Hill
Correspondent

Michael Hill is a 2018 National Fellow of the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism. Hill is an award-winning news anchor and reporter with stints in New York, Dallas, New Orleans and beyond. He’s covered some of the world’s most memorable events over the last three decades. Hill’s interest in covering news runs the gamut and he feels right at home discovering and re-discovering his native New Jersey. Michael was Student Council President at Barringer High School where he ran track and played on the state-championship-winning football team. Barringer is where Michael’s passion for investigation and story telling were channeled in to broadcast journalism. Hill feels the truth is worth the pursuit.

Posts by: Michael Hill

New Jersey moves closer to licensing police officers
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New Jersey moves closer to licensing police officers

Michael Hill | Jul 3, 2020

New Jersey is one of five states in America that does not license its police officers. But the state Police Training Commission voted unanimously to create a licensing program and establish a set of ...

County clerk: Voters are a bit angry right now
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County clerk: Voters are a bit angry right now

Michael Hill | Jul 1, 2020

One county clerk sums up the angst and confusion preceding the July 7 primary election in New Jersey. The clerk says voters are calling her office by the tune of 600-plus a day saying they want to ...

Undocumented workers push for state stimulus
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Undocumented workers push for state stimulus

Michael Hill | Jun 30, 2020

A bill to give $35 million to undocumented workers in New Jersey has stalled in the Legislature. The bill's sponsors says it would go a long way to help the forgotten in the Garden State. One ...

Black Lives Matter becomes mainstream
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Black Lives Matter becomes mainstream

Michael Hill | Jun 29, 2020

Since the killing of George Floyd on Memorial Day in Minneapolis, protests have taken place across the country, many of them in suburban towns, with the Black Lives Matter banner leading the way. One ...

State orders police to release disciplinary records
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State orders police to release disciplinary records

Michael Hill | Jun 16, 2020

New Jersey's Attorney General has directed state, county and local police to release the names and records of officers fired or demoted or suspended for 5 days or more for serious disciplinary ...