June 20, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Gov. Christie tells us what he thinks of the Sweeney/Prieto plan to solve public school funding.

Forty years ago Joanne Chesimard was convicted of killing a New Jersey state trooper. What Sen. Menendez says about Cuba’s resistance to turning her over.

On this world refugee day, we visit a family that escaped the bombs of civil war in Syria. How they’re adjusting in America.

New Jersey collects tens of millions of dollars taxing tobacco products. Now, there’s a push to spend more of that on smoking prevention.

A popular holiday toy is a new law enforcement tool. How one sheriff’s department uses drones on the job.

And somewhere over the rainbow, folks everywhere were snapping up a storm to capture this brilliant sight — a double rainbow.