I am a digital journalist for New Jersey 101.5FM. I began working with the station in 2007 as a morning news producer (I don't miss the 4 a.m. to 12 p.m. schedule) until my shift into the field. This job is always full of surprises; I never know where the next assignment will take me.
Access to firearms ammo still too easy, NJ report finds
Following up on a report it made 10 years ago, the New Jersey State Commission of Investigation suggests the state's laws still don't go far enough to keep gun ammunition out of the wrong hands.
NJ hate crimes edge down as the number spikes nationally
Crimes targeting a person's race, religion, disability, ethnicity and other personal identifiers jumped 6.8 percent between 2014 and 2015 nationwide, the FBI found, using Uniform Crime Reporting data.
Poison alert: Cleaning product landed 2 North Jersey kids in the hospital this month
"Whenever we hear about a child who drinks or ingests an industrial strength cleaner, we get much more worried," one expert told us.
State takeover, no North Jersey casinos: Good or bad for Atlantic City?
Roger Gros, publisher of Global Gaming Business magazine, said investors may be keeping a closer eye on the recent state takeover the city's financial woes, rather than the ballot question.
Black Friday shopping? Many NJ shoppers are over it
The post-Thanksgiving shopping rush appears to have lost its appeal with many New Jersey consumers.
For NJ residents, holidays and stress go hand in hand
'Tis the season to shop for presents, hang up the lights, get together with the family...and hope you don't freak out.
Need another C-section? It depends, NJ docs say
While the mantra "once a C-section, always a C-section," has died down over the past several years, second-time moms still enjoy the convenience of scheduling their births for elective cesareans, and going without the pain caused by a routine delivery's contractions.
NJ doctor says people who fit this criteria should get screened for lung cancer
Early screening for lung cancer could mean the difference between a diagnosis and a death sentence.
Is this self defense? Ex-prosecutor explains why cops didn’t charge man who knocked out Em…
The 19-year-old South Amboy college student was put into a coma after she was punched during an altercation on a New Brunswick street.
Pet insurance, ID theft protection among bonus benefits offered by employers
Be on the lookout for some new offerings that can help you save big bucks on expenses you've been handling on your own for years.