Jersey Beaches Update
With seven of New Jersey's beaches having received recognition for maintaining the cleanest water in the nation, the state's beaches have come a long way from a coastline once mocked for having needles and dirty diapers wash up on the shores.
Bill Provides $1.3 Billion For Autism Research & Programs
A newly passed bill reauthorizes $1.3 billion in funding for autism research and programs for the next five years.
Study: Home Ownership a Challenge for Middle Class [POLL/AUDIO]
The dream of home ownership is losing its luster for a lot of Americans according to a study conducted by Hart Research Associates.
NJ Online Gambling Struggling With Revenue [AUDIO]
Online gambling in New Jersey continues to see some financial struggles, but a bump in subscriptions could be the silver lining for the industry.
Examining Budget Shortfalls
A Lakewood Board of Education member continues to voice support for preserving courtesy busing in the Township but also for taking a closer look at budget shortfalls.
Booker, Menendez: Make Polluters Pay [AUDIO]
Both of New Jersey's United States Senators are stressing the importance of the Environmental Protection Agency's Superfund program.
Hero Firefighter Also Sandy Survivor [AUDIO]
The Union Beach community mourns the death of one of its own after Sunday night's fire.
Merchants: Business at Jersey Shore is Decent [POLL/AUDIO]
Memorial Day ushered in a string of warm and sunny weekends, which is good news for merchants at the Jersey Shore, but it may not be enough.
State’s Preschool Program Stalling [AUDIO]
A new report shows that New Jersey's state run preschool program is stalling as a result of funding issues.
Camden Looks Forward to Economic Surge [VIDEO/AUDIO]
With crime steadily decreasing and the police force rebuilding, Camden officials are optimistic the city could be on the brink of an economic surge.