Jan. 13, 2016: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Christie’s state of the state challenge to lawmakers: Either fund public worker pensions or fund expansion of programs for charter schools and addiction services. We’ll highlight a state address aimed at national voters.

Atlantic City’s taking it on the chin for failing to stabilize its finances. The state’s threatening a takeover of the gambling capital. They vow to fight it. But could go bankrupt in the process.

And following the State of the Union address, the president sent a surrogate to Seton Hall to underscore foreign policies he says make us stronger.