Dealing with New Jersey's role in the slave trade.
Bargain hunting as businesses look for big bucks on Black Friday and way beyond.
Serving up Thanksgiving meals with Governor-elect Phil Murphy and family.
Chris Christie says how history should recall what he has done.
Fighting for a pathway to citizenship.
A top priority for the new administration.
Smuggled guns on Jersey streets.
The Menendez jury deadlocks.
The League of Municipalities, the four legislative leaders look ahead in the Murphy years.
A White House surrogate comes to NJ to pitch the GOP tax plan.
Ivanka Trump and Steve Mnuchin talk tax reform while protestors fume at being excluded.
The Senate’s tax reform bill doesn’t just target NJ.
November 9, 2017: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams
NJ's senior senator's still waiting.
The vote for a new governor.
This election's big spenders.
Sens. Menendez and Booker comes to a middle class neighborhood in Bloomfield.
The candidates for governor are on the road.
A terrorist attack with New Jersey ties.
Kim Guadagno steps up the pace, but her campaign bank account's running on fumes.
The ambassador left through a back door without taking to any press.
The federal fight to curb opioids.
The president declares a public health emergency to deal with the deadly opioid epidemic.
A new team approach to teaching kids about drugs.
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