Oct. 2, 2015: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

Joaquin may be just a drive-by hurricane, but what’s pushing it out to sea is causing problems, too. A storm with wind-driven rains is soaking the state and flooding the shoreline.

The storms we’re seeing  might be the new normal. Scientists say sea levels are four feet higher than they were a millenia ago. With water temperatures a lot warmer storms have more fuel to feed their fury.

And quick on the draw. A stealth sketch artist among the strap-hangers captures strangers on a train, in pencil, on paper.