NJTV News Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron talks about Chris Christie's appearances in New Hampshire the day before the presidential primary.
NJTV News Correspondents David Cruz and Michael Hill discuss Chris Christie's performance at the last Republican presidential debate before the New Hampshire primary.
Two Tony's and going for more. That's what Christine Ebersol is up to these days. Mary Alice Williams spoke to the star about the arts and becoming a real Jersey girl.
The Kennedy Dancers Inner City Youth Junior Company in Jersey City teaches children in moderate to low income families how to dance, but also does more.
Congressman Pascrell and Sens. Booker and Menendez plan to reintroduce a bill to help pay for repairing the nation's water infrastructure by offering tax breaks on government-backed bonds.
A judge in federal court granted Bill Baroni and Bridget Anne Kelly the ability to subpoena information from Gov. Christie's law firm regarding the lane closures on the George Washington Bridge. Their lawyers say it will be useful to their case.
The American Heart Association's Go Red for Women movement encourages people to wear red one day a year to remind everyone about women's heart health.
New Jersey requires postpartum depression screenings at hospitals and postnatal check-ups and the state Department of Health offers resources for women who are suffering.
Ever wonder how New Jersey got the nickname the Garden State? NJTV News Correspondent Erin Delmore investigated the answer with a curious 8-year-old.
Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company celebrates the Chinese New Year with a mix of traditional music and dance, and modern style.
Dr. William Howard talks with NJTV News Anchor Mary Alice Williams about his ministry at St. Bethany Baptist Church as well as what he has in store for the future.
Two women in New Jersey are part of a class action lawsuit calling for the U.S. to draft women as well as men. They say it's for gender equality.
The Senate Health Committee heard from health care professionals, drug addiction prevention advocates and a reporter who did a series on heroin addiction about the growing epidemic of opioid addiction in New Jersey.
East Orange Mayor Lester Taylor held a press conference saying he would like government agencies to take working class families into consideration when dealing with foreclosures.
The Twin Lights museum in Highlands has an ongoing exhibit called "Seeing Stars" that outlines changes to the American flag throughout U.S. history.
Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto says he will introduce legislation to raise New Jersey's minimum wage to $15 per hour.
Community colleges, which already offer associate's degrees in nursing, would like to offer bachelor's degrees in that field to students. But four-year colleges and universities oppose that move.
The National Transportation Safety Board has recommended lowering the legal blood alcohol content to drive from 0.08 to 0.05 percent, but not everyone, including Mothers Against Drunk Driving, is on board.
With the threat of the Zika virus being spread by mosquitoes in Brazil, those planning to compete in the Summer Olympics are thinking about ways to protect themselves.
Local leaders were in Trenton to hear about a variety of state issues, the most predominant being the Transportation Trust Fund.
Newark Public Safety Director Anthony Ambrose outlined Operation Forge Ahead, which is a 45-day, nine-point plan meant to reduce crime in the city.