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.
Having failed at a marijuana legalization, lawmakers try to pass a decriminalization bill.
Domestic terrorism is outpacing the threat of terrorism from abroad, according to a panel.
The Assembly takes up a bill that would restore voting rights to some convicted criminals.
A job fair in Middlesex County links people to employment and recovery.
It's an uphill battle for Booker to make the next presidential debate stage in CA.
Could Wednesday's impeachment testimony be a game changer?
Gov. Murphy signs an executive order essentially doubling NJ's target for wind energy.
November 18, 2019: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams
We’ve got an exclusive interview with a worker fired by Amazon.
The Legislature considers the future of flavored vaping products in NJ.
Murphy campaigned on the idea of a public bank. Now, he's decided to bring it back.
NJ 'Dreamers' spend an emotional day in D.C., outside of a Supreme Court hearing on DACA.
NJ's mobile veteran center is posted with outreach specialists to help those who served.
Jersey City will become the first in the state to ban the sale of flavored e-cigs.
People in Somerville lined up for free Hepatitis A vaccinations.
On the morning after the Murphy midterm, the governor looks for silver linings.
There's just one Senate seat up for grabs and it's in the southernmost part of the state.
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