June 9, 2016: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

A state Supreme Court ruling has retirees fuming. It means their pension incomes won’t rise to meet rising costs.

Another school funding formula redo for public school districts. Because the rich are getting richer and the poor need help.

Criminal justice reforms favor treatment over incarceration for low level drug users. But a congressional bill may lower the threshold for mandatory jail time.

A breakthrough test to detect Alzheimer’s disease, early enough to give treatment a chance.

A play about a subject based on an investigation we reported. On the scourge of subterranean oil tanks.

And Atlantic City needs a new money maven. Its state appointed fiscal monitor’s resigned saying he’s a part-timer in a full-time job.