November 26, 2018: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

On a day when marijuana is the focus at the State House, Gov. Phil Murphy shifts gears to talk about the minimum wage and expresses opposition to a legislative redistricting plan.

Why did that last storm paralyze New Jersey’s largest city and cause gridlock for hours? Newark’s got answers, and it’s working on an emergency plan to keep traffic moving next time.

The Assembly Education Committee passed a package of bills unanimously that will strengthen education around sexual abuse and sexual assault.

Plus, highly contagious measles may be on the move. Health officials are monitoring Passaic County.

And, more websites are raking it in with cyber shoppers on a spending spree.