Up close with the Christie administration. We'll look at the governor's plans for his second term. Plus the program that is convincing so many fugitives to turn themselves in. And the prosecutor who ...
There is an increasing need for food from the FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean counties.
Gov. Chris Christie addressed supporters in Asbury Park after winning reelection over Barbara Buono.
New promises to fix Obamacare. New efforts to combat human trafficking. The governor goes public with his health records. And the real cost of Hurricane Sandy.
Congressman Frank Pallone visited Asbury Park to meet with navigators, who help residents sign up for health care through the Affordable Care Act.
Booker beats Lonegan. Congress votes to reopen the government. And strong words in the governor’s debate.
As the government shutdown continues, food pantry volunteers have seen a greater need for their services and a diminishing supply.
Overriding the governor on marriage equality. We’ll talk about why that is becoming a possibility. Plus, big changes in the public schools. A big addition at Rutgers. And a controversial jobs ...
Monmouth County Prosecutor Chris Grammicioni says there is a continuing effort to lower crime in and around Asbury Park, but says residents have to get involved for greater success.
Things are getting closer in the race for governor. We have the new poll results. And reaction from the candidates. Plus, the president endorses Cory Booker. And Steve Lonegan says "I told you so."
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono held a press conference in Asbury Park near the site of a recent fatal shooting. She criticized Gov. Chris Christie for vetoing three gun control ...
The Democrats prepare to do battle. We’ll preview the upcoming Senate debate here on NJTV. Plus, baseball officials suspend Alex Rodriguez. And the deadly dangers of distracted driving.
According to the New Jersey Restaurant Association, business is down anywhere from 20 percent to 60 percent this summer.
Buono picks her running mate. The governor picks a fight with a fellow Republican. And the Senate president accuses Rutgers of a whitewash.
After Hurricane Sandy ravaged the New Jersey coast, many non-profits have seen their charitable donations decrease as people concentrate their efforts on hurricane relief.