April 13, 2016: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

As phone service goes wireless, landline workers walk. Thousands are striking to stop Verizon from cutting benefits and out-sourcing jobs.

With the well of cash for new road projects drying up, the acting transportation commissioner tells lawmakers he’s waiting for them to come up with a fix.

What would North Jersey casinos mean for both North Jersey and Atlantic City?

Hearings for both a U.S. Supreme Court nominee and a state Supreme Court nominee are on hold, held up by partisan politics.

The Pulaski Skyway was scheduled to be smooth sailing by now. But now we’ve learned it may be 2020 before the lanes all reopen for rush hour.

And an esteemed tradition at Princeton University falls. Spring football’s been dropped as a varsity sport after 106 consecutive losses.