Will the teachers' union budge on pensions? Will lawmakers impose a gas tax? Can emergency crews respond if an oil train combusts? And a powerful voice silenced.
A new study claims requiring new drivers to use license plate decals has prevented thousands of crashes.
NJ Decides 2014: Election Night - NJTV's Election Day special covering key races in New Jersey with field correspondents and political experts.
The mid-term campaign's closing hours. Improving the climate of Newark's neighborhoods. Climate change. Dire warnings and calls to action. And congressional gridlock. Why both parties are to blame.
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a report saying the human influence on the climate is clear.
Bail reform on the ballot. Dead voters casting ballots? Rolling back time. Why do we still do Daylight Savings? Seat belt laws. Strict penalties if you don't click it.
Some deceased residents appear on the state voter rolls and are listed as having cast ballots after their death.
Sandy two years later. The economic, emotional, physical and political ramifications of the wreckage and restoration. The congressional race in District One. Big problems over breakfast.
Political leaders met with business leaders at NJ Chamber of Commerce breakfast to discuss the state's economy.
Christie slams the CDC on Ebola. A Newark high school headache: too few books and desks. A pilot program for school security. Transparency at the Port authority. And even the Dalai Lama draws ...
Bergen County Technical HS started using a device that allows teachers to immediately alert school security of issues.
Suspected Ebola carriers forcibly quarantined. Their facilities and their rights. Do gestation crates on pig farms qualify as animal cruelty? Draining reservoirs to protect the water supply. And ...
Suspected Ebola carriers may be sent to Hunterdon County as a possible quarantine location.
Ebola close to home and one man's efforts to help those in the Hot Zone. Crude oil trains: too volatile and too close? Minimum wage workers - living below the poverty line and we'll leave you dancing.
Operation Amira is collecting supplies to help aid Sierra Leone.