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Critics say their offers of help in the Newark water crisis have been met with threats.
Murphy signs an executive order requiring NJ Transit to post on-time performance data.
Environmentalists in the city of Newark argue over providing bottled water.
Residents in Bloomfield are facing the same lead crisis as the city.
Newark residents say the city's doing a poor job of informing people in the lead crisis.
Officials are planning a wider survey after filters didn't work in two Newark homes.
August 12, 2019: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams
A coalition of New Jersey Latino pastors issues a call to action against white supremacy.
Murphy says he supports big pay hikes for NJ Transit executives.
See how the new sheriff of Bergen County combats hate.
Community building and crime prevention, we’re in Newark for the National Night Out.
Acting Gov. Sheila Oliver signs three bills that provide counseling for gunshot victims.
Boat owners take Special Olympic athletes on the water in an Atlantic Highlands program.
The Jersey City Mural Arts Youth Program allows students to express their creativity.
Newark Public Safety Director Anthony Ambrose sat down with Michael Hill.
A state lawmaker came to Newark Tuesday bearing what he saw as a goodwill gesture.
Bloomfield residents were offered a measure of assurance as well as an inconvenient truth.
Bennie is celebrating his 98th birthday and his co-workers are throwing him a party.
Congressman Donald Norcross held a press conference in Camden Tuesday.
A legal battle is looming over New Jersey’s new aid-in-dying law.
Initial tests conducted in Bloomfield have come back under the federal lead standard
Dr. Hanna-Attisha reveals why "Newark is what keeps [her] up at night."
Murphy on Monday came to a train station in Montclair to sign an executive order.
Newark officials say they’ve reached an agreement for expanded testing of water.
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