May 2, 2016: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Running on financial fumes. Atlantic City scrapes together the cash to make a $1.8 million bond payment What’s next?

Gov. Christie wants more testing of school water supplies for dangerous lead content and more money to do it.

Important data on crime in New Jersey is out, showing violent crime is down. We’ll track where the crimes are and who’s at risk of being a victim.

Two rail unions have rejected NJ Transit’s wage and benefit deal. And that could mean new negotiations or even a strike.

A protest march against the shipping industry and longshoremen over hiring policies that seem to shut out all but white men.

And a “Hamilton” star comes back home to Jersey to show his high school just how immigrants get it done.