Feb. 15, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Trump’s nominee for Labor secretary withdraws from contention. What does it mean for the resistance movement?

He promised to act swiftly. Christie signs anti-opioid legislation just after the Assembly passed it and then fields questions about possible jobs in the Trump administration.

A New Jersey Congress member is trying to get his hands on Trump’s tax returns. Does he really think they contain impeachable evidence?

Rutgers researchers publish promising new clues into what causes brain diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

Foster parents open a hospice program to give end-of-life care for rescue dogs.

And the state lights fire to a forest. The start of a controlled prescribed burn to reduce the risk of out-of-control forest fires.