New Jersey Transit Urges Residents To Stay Off Railroad Tracks [VIDEO]
New Jersey Transit officials have unveiled two no-nonsense public service announcements spotlighting the deadly consequences of not paying attention, and making poor choices at railroad crossings.
Number of Counterfeit Items Available Online Growing [AUDIO]
It’s a problem that has exploded – as more and more people do just about everything online these days. The number of websites selling counterfeit products has dramatically increased in the past couple of years – causing serious problems for people all over Jersey an…
Do You Post on Facebook While at Work? You May Be Sued or Fired [AUDIO/POLL]
Do you enjoy complaining about your boss or co-workers on Facebook? If so, you might want to be careful – so you don’t get sued or fired.
NJ Moves Ahead with Sports Betting Plan [AUDIO]
State officials have issued regulations to New Jersey racetracks and casinos – to allow them to set up sports betting operations beginning in September.
Will New Jersey Legalize Marijuana? [AUDIO/POLL]
A measure is working its way through the Legislature that would decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana – but it now seems unlikely that Governor Chris Christie will sign it if it passes.
Has the Economic Downturn Caused More NJ Home Burglaries? [AUDIO/POLL]
With Jersey’s unemployment rate hovering around 9 percent, Jersey police departments are continuing to see an increase in thefts and burglaries.
Where is Governor Chris Christie? [AUDIO]
Governor Christie, who has been a vocal supporter of Mitt Romney for months, is making plans to campaign for the presumptive GOP Presidential nominee all over the country this summer and fall – but Legislative democrats want to get advanced word if and when Christie intends to go out…
Drought Threat Drops in NJ [AUDIO]
Six weeks ago Jersey was dry as a bone. The fire danger level was extreme, and state officials were ready to institute water restrictions because hardly any rain had fallen for months. Then on April 22nd, a Nor’easter pounded the Garden state, the weather patterns changed, and significant rain has…
NJ Homeowner Associations Squeezing Residents [AUDIO]
An increasing number of Jersey homeowner associations are routinely intimidating, harassing and fining people who live in their communities – especially the ones who have the nerve to question them about decisions they make.
Lead Paint Funding Cut Worries NJ Children’s Groups
Children’s rights groups in Jersey are expressing concern about a lack of funding for lead paint abatement programs in the fiscal year 2013 budget.