Got a baby on board? New car seat laws require they be strapped in until they're older and stronger to improve their chances of surviving a crash. A nutty idea to protect kids from peanut allergies -- dose them with peanut butter early and often. With Immunology-therapy, a peanut a day keeps the doctor away. And want to keep kids diving into science and math? Dunk their work underwater and watch their ideas float to the top.
Christie campaigns against " lawlessness in America" while murders spike in Newark. Now he wants the county wide policing that brought crime down in Camden replicated in the Brick City. Drugs in a drug-free school zone. The fight that has left a disabled teen on the losing end of conflicting laws. Her parents say the medication is desperately needed. And going, going, gone. An old, failed attempt.
Chris Christie has taken on new talking points in his presidential campaign, including Hillary Clinton and lawlessness in America.
New guidelines from the Department of Labor could change the way businesses determine whether workers are independent contractors or employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Newark has logged 62 homicides so far this year, which is more than last year's tally. Since the implementation of a county police model in Camden, an area previously riddled with crime, murders have dropped 61 percent since 2012.
A family continues to fight for the right to administer medical marijuana to their 16-year-old autistic daughter. A state judge has ruled that administering the drug at school violates the drug free school zone law, but the family says they are hopeful they will be able to administer the medication.
Montgomery Gardens in Jersey City was demolished this weekend to make way for affordable and mixed-use housing.
The program aims to introduce more women into the STEM fields through exposure and collaboration.
In the latest Quinnipiac Poll, Chris Christie ranks ninth within the field of Republican Presidential hopefuls. Over the past few days Christie has gone on a few morning shows, looking to gain traction.
Federal fishing restrictions and damage from Sandy have fishermen fearing the loss of fishing as an industry in New Jersey.
Out of 74,000 eligible policyholders in the state, only 6,200 have reopened their FEMA claim.
Rapper Fetty Wap recntly held a free concert for Paterson high schoolers.
Former Congressman Steve Rothman says that he supports the Iran Nuclear Deal and hopes that Senator Cory Booker votes in support of it.
The New Jersey Supreme Court has order new hearings in the cases of three immigrants from El Salvador and India, who have claimed they were abuse and neglected in their countries. If the three can prove they were abused, they can avoid deportation and ask the government to remain in the country.
Governor Christie approved $1.94 billion to improve drinking and waste water systems in New Jersey. Much of the outdated system was damaged in Superstorm Sandy.
Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian spoke with NJTV News Correspondent David Cruz about the Atlantic City Pilot Program.
Camden County expects its first sustainability campus to be ready by the end of October in Gloucester Township.