Tonight we revisit the stories that had a defining impact on our state this past year.
Jeff Van Drew goes one on one with our Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron.
What has the Legislature accomplished and what remains to be done?
Supporters of a bill banning religious exemptions for vaccines become targets online.
A personal tour of the governor's mansion all decked out in green.
A Philadelphia Inquirer investigation — how Norcross got waterfront property for cheap.
One Rutgers union says that the university has left lumps of coal in their stockings.
A new medical marijuana dispensary is opening in Paterson.
Van Drew was in the Oval Office with Trump to announce he's no longer a Democrat.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi is making the case for impeachment.
Two thousand 32BJ SEIU janitors and commercial cleaners hold a strike authorization vote.
A 100-bill dash to get measures passed in the lame duck.
The Judiciary Committee has passed articles of impeachment against the president.
Trenton was busy, with time running out for lawmakers to wrap up the people's business.
Six were killed and several injured in a battle waged on the streets of Jersey City.
Active shooters open fire in Jersey City. Reports of multiple people dead.
Strong opposition to relocating the homeless as a NJ city joins the suit against New York.
Students from across NJ join a global climate strike, claiming the time to act is now.
A statewide ban on single-use plastics has been voted out of committee.
New Jersey businesses predict a recession within the next couple of years.
December 3, 2019: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams
A slippery, sloshy homebound commute. When will winter's opening salvo stop?
Jersey Malls filled with Black Friday bargain hunters searching for steals and deals.
It's a thanksgiving feast with a heaping helping of presidential primary politics.
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