June 14, 2016: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Scores of people rally around an alternative to raising the gas tax. But even that will cause some shared pain.

Police on the watch for lone wolf terrorists rely on citizens for information and support from chaplains who are their eyes and ears in the community.

Rhetoric on the campaign trail may be causing political ruptures in the ranks. A few elected officials are switching party affiliation.

The Supreme Court denies Puerto Rico the right to restructure its staggering debt. Puerto Rican community leaders here are leaning on Congress to help.

A win for the Federal Communications Commission. A loss for big telecom. An appeals court affirms the Internet is a utility. Ensuring equal access for all.

And a new power plant to replace the one Sandy wrecked. Even the switching stations been elevated above flood range.