92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: July 21 5am
Today could be the last day rail commuters need to deal with canceled trains due to a manpower shortage.
Governor Christie says legal action was threatened but didn't disclose additional details.
He says he thinks the shortage was a coordinated effort by the train engineers union.
"My suspicion is fed by the fact that once we threatened legal action, all of the sudden we only had one canceled train," said Christie. "As oppose to eight or nine the day before."
The manpower shortage comes at the same time extensive track work is being done at Penn Station.
Brick Township looms as a search point for an Asbury Park teen missing since July 14.
Authorities said that 17-year-old Nasir Jones has been seen at the maple leaf garden apartments.
14 years ago the death of Faheem Williams, a young boy in a troubled Newark family…sent shock waves through DYFS, the division of youth and family services.
Since then hundreds of millions of dollars have been spent to overhaul jersey's child welfare system and a new report finds those efforts continue to pay off.
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