July 7, 2016: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Surveillance cameras, controlled entries, shatterproof glass. Not just the stuff of hardened institutions anymore. How New Jersey’s nonprofits and houses of worship are boosting security.

Gov. Christie’s cellphone will remain out of the Bridgegate investigation, at least for now.

Protecting some of the most vulnerable workers. The push to decriminalize prostitution.

Transportation crunch. The head of the state Senate tells us the Legislature is hammering out a plan.

For the first time in 50 years, you could be booking a flight to Havana, Cuba — right from Newark.

Not every child gets excited when the final bell rings. How the state plans to keep kids on the free lunch program, fed this summer.