May 25, 2016: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Contaminated construction debris illegally dumped. The State Commission of Investigation uncovers organized crime in the recycling racket, raking in cash at your expense.

It will take billions of dollars to replace our aged-out water infrastructure. But it’s got to be done. And we’ve got the group that’s doing it.

Down the shore water and winter took a bite out of the beaches again, leaving shore towns to question whether beach replenishment even makes sense.

A global effort to fight the Zika virus. It’s a widely sourced super-computing race against time and Rutgers scientists are in the lead.

Taking the scenic route. A stretch of wall alongside a highway becomes a blank canvas for artists of international renown to celebrate our gateway city.

And an ephemeral pleasure in a public space. Montclair’s historic Iris Garden is in full flower. Catch it if you can!