July 11, 2018: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

A Rutgers professor is happy Gov. Phil Murphy wants to end PARCC testing in schools, but the chair of the Senate Education Committee isn’t so sure.

A gas-fired power plant’s proposed to be built near the Hackensack River. It’s staunchly opposed by environmentalists.

Six years post-superstorm Sandy and the Army Corps of Engineers is still vetting proposals to build massive sea gates and storm barriers to protect the Hudson River against another 100 year storm.

About 80,000 people in New Jersey have a condition known as aphasia. What it is, what causes it and where to get help.

Plus, a late but richly deserved honor for a genuine New Jersey hero. Baseball great Larry Doby gets the gold.