Assemblyman Vincent Prieto spoke about funding for the Transportation Trust Fund and the Omnia Health Alliance, both of which have been under a lot of criticism.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says that most of the heavy rain expected for New Jersey has already fallen. Joaquin isn't expected to make landfall in New Jersey, diminishing to a category two storm by the time it moves north.
During a press conference in Sea Isle City, Gov. Chris Christie updated the status of Hurricane Joaquin and NJ DOT Commissioner Jamie Fox.
Residents and emergency officials in Brigantine prepare for any flooding possibilities due to storms within the state.
The kind of severe storm and flooding that previously hit our region once every 500 years, is now pummeling us every 24. High flood levels were reported after 1970s after carbon emissions spikes. Sea level rise is occurring six times faster now.
James Wilson, a Newark born-and-raised artist, currently has an exhibit on display at Rutgers Newark's Paul Robeson Galleries featuring sketches he has done while riding the PATH or subway trains.
NJTV News Meteorologist John Cifelli says that storm surge, beach erosion, strong winds and power outages could be a result from Hurricane Joaquin, even if it doesn't make landfall on the Atlantic East Coast.
The city of Trenton has hired a collection agency -- Pioneer Credit Recovery -- to try to collect nearly $3 million in unpaid fines.
Be prepared, but don't panic. Governor Christie has declared a state of emergency in advance of what he says will be, at best, moderate flooding and at worst, a one-two-punch, nor'easter and hurricane. Candidate Christie's stepped off the campaign trail cancelling public events in New Hampshire to focus on storm preparedness here. And commuters are paying more and getting less. NJ Transit fares went up nine percent. Service went down. And with no new government funding another fare hike looms.
NJTV News Correspondent David Cruz looks into the political subtext of Christie's press conference on the state's preparations for Joaquin.
Many lawmakers, health care providers and customers are calling for a delay in implementing Horizon's new Omnia Health Alliance. They want an explanation how certain hospitals were chosen for the plan and why others were left out.
October marks the beginning of fare increases for NJ Transit customers. The increase, which averages to about 9 percent, is the result of a $60 million budget gap in the agency.
Hurricane Joaquin has strengthen into a major storm. While the storm's projected path has yet to be officially determined, preparations have begun throughout the state.
A new 70,000 square foot ShopRite opened in Newark, offering fresh produce and healthy food choices to residents. Additionally, the opening is providing jobs with 60 percent of its 350 workers calling Newark home.
Delicious Orchards in Colts Neck sells nearly 3,000 pies each weekend during the fall season. To keep up with demand they hire an additional 100 employees.
Meteorologist John Cifelli says Hurricane Joaquin could bring upwards of eight inches of rain with strong winds and storm surges.
The Port Authority released the Tier I Final Environmental Impact Statement, in which the agency studied ways to ease Cross Harbor freight traffic.
A summit organized by NJ Acting Attorney General John Hoffman and U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman aims to tackle issues and strengthen the relationship between the community and police.
NJ Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Chairman Carlos Medina says that hispanic owned businesses have contributed the United States and New Jersey economies.
New Census data reveals Cumberland County with the highest ratings of poverty throughout the state, followed by Passaic and Hudson Counties.