April 11, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Atlantic City’s slimming down to prepare for retaking control from the state. And you might be surprised to hear what’s being cut.

A new report card on public schools contains more information than ever. And some surprises on teacher attendance and graduation rates.

A power grab at the Port Authority. New York’s governor plans to tap an investigator who’ll oversee New Jersey’s transportation projects.

Newark’s police consent decree is under scrutiny from the feds. We’ll talk to the federal monitor about police progress in the Brick City.

And unauthorized immigrants organize to petition for basic rights against a backdrop of what they call anti-immigrant policies.