NJ College Grads Plunge Into The Job Market [AUDIO]
College students who are getting their diplomas this month should have a bit of an easier time getting a job than their recent counterparts, but it’s still going to be tough.
Jersey Lawmakers Spring Back Into Action
Jersey lawmakers are preparing for a busy day on Monday, when several measures will be considered by Committees in both the State Senate and Assembly.
NJ 3rd Graders Asked To Disclose Secrets On State Exam [EXCLUSIVE/POLL]
Some Garden State parents are furious after learning their 3rd graders were asked during the New Jersey Assessment of Skills and Knowledge exam, NJ ASK, to disclose a secret about their lives – and why it’s hard to keep.
Lawmaker Wants To Stop Homeless From Being "Deposited" In Atlantic City
A South Jersey lawmaker is pushing a plan to stop homeless people from being transferred from one part of the state to the other, unless social workers first agree upon a case management plan.
New Jersey’s Highest Court Ponders Kyleigh’s Law [POLL]
Jersey’s highest court has heard oral arguments on Kyleigh’s Law.
More Structure Fires In NJ Could Be Sparked By Hard Economic Times [AUDIO]
Over the past several months – in counties all over Jersey – there has been a significant spike in home and apartment fires.
More Fed Up NJ Workers Are Filing Overtime Lawsuits [POLL]
Has your boss asked you to do more for the same salary or less?
Today’s Jobs Report Provides Key Economic Answers [AUDIO]
A new employment report that’s being released by the U.S. Labor Department today will be watched very carefully.
Student Loan Interest Rate Angst Grows [AUDIO]
Unless Congress takes quick action, which doesn’t seem likely, the student loan interest rate will double from 3.4% to 6.8% come July 1st.
Stuart Chaifetz Is Hopeful There Will Be Justice [AUDIO/POLL]
The South Jersey father who discovered his 10 year old autistic son had been verbally abused at school - after he had to boy wear a wire – says he won’t release any more recorded segments for the time being.