Montville's Living Lessons program brings voices from all walks of life together to recount powerful stories.
The final debate before June primary election. Republican gubernatorial candidates clash. Might their ideas trump the Democrats? The state is densely populated and diverse. But is that diversity ...
NJTV News Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron discusses President Obama's speech.
An emotional President Obama, by executive order, expands databases and bolsters background checks on gun buyers, challenging Congress to find the bravery to stand up to the gun lobby. Freezing ...
An historic ruling on gay marriage, but the governor says he’s taking it to the Supreme Court. Plus, the inside story of Obamacare. And Gov. Christie’s hard words for some fellow Republicans.
New Jersey Second Amendment Society President Frank Jack Fiamingo says strict laws won't solve the problem of violence. He also supports having armed guards in schools to protect children.
A New Jersey congressman says the president has not made a case for attacking Syria. Plus, an interview with former Gov. Jim Florio, who says the president has to get tougher. And the battle over ...
Dr. Joseph Colford, past president of the New Jersey Association of School Psychologists, says research has shown armed guards in school buildings make children feel less safe.
Jackie and Mark Barden are hopeful state lawmakers will pass stricter gun laws.
NJ Association of School Administrators Director on School Safety, Teacher Evaluations, Takeover of Camden Schools
Richard Bozza, Executive Director of the New Jersey Association of School Administrators (NJASA), discusses the issues confronting New Jersey education ,
Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa announced that Montclair took in the most guns in the buyback with 716.
Sylvia Axelrod hopes the increased attention on mental health services after the Newtown shooting will lead to increased mental health resources and better education about mental health issues.
Former New Jersey Attorney General Peter Harvey says making assault weapons unavailable would give law enforcement officials a better chance of catching criminals before a violent act.
The New Jersey School Boards Association held the forum to discuss new school safety measures after the Newtown shooting.
Gov. Chris Christie announced the New Jersey Safe Task Force to make recommendations about gun control, addiction, mental illness, the level of violence in society and school safety.