Dec. 30, 2016: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

New Jersey among the top in the nation for shrinking its prison population. See how it’s an example for the rest of America.

It’s been touted as one of the best on-paper civilian complaint review boards in the country. But how far will it get investigating police misconduct after it’s been stripped of some important power.

Robberies are increasing in Atlantic City as the state tells the police union to prepare for possible pay cuts, a smaller staff and longer hours.

The IRS chimes in on winning in Atlantic City. What it means for the gaming crowd that gets lucky.

Preserving and celebrating New Jersey’s rich, rail history. See how they do it at a museum in Wall Township.

And we say goodbye to 2016 and its big headlines — Gov. Christie’s failed presidential bid, convictions in the Bridgegate trial and terrorism unleashed in the Garden State.