May 3, 2016: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

The first federal lawsuit over lead in the school water supply. Plaintiffs are seeking class action status to hold political leaders accountable for the poison.

Holding Health and Human Services to account on its budget appropriations to care for the state’s most vulnerable residents.

The heroin epidemic has led to sweeping new protocols for treating injuries among student athletes, protocols that don’t involve the usual painkillers.

Should birth control pills be available over-the-counter, without a prescription? Or must contraception involve a doctor’s care?

Presidential candidates are planting staff in the Garden State. Last stop on a campaign for the history books.

And the Tony’s make history. “Hamilton” may get top billing, but the Tony Award for the best regional theater goes to one of our own.