Hiring Picks Up Nationwide, NJ Sees Spike [AUDIO]
The Labor Department says employers added 163,000 jobs in July, following three months of weak hiring. The numbers, which is the biggest gain in five months, will have an impact on New Jersey.
Kyleigh’s Law Upheld, NJ Legislators Renew Push To Rescind [POLL/AUDIO]
The controversial red decals for teen drivers are here to stay. The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday that requiring the stickers on a young driver’s license plate doesn’t violate federal privacy laws.
Kyleigh’s Law Upheld by State Supreme Court
The New Jersey Supreme Court upheld Kyleigh’s Law today, requiring that teen’s have a red decal on the license plate of their cars.
NJ Expands Job Program To Help Unemployed [AUDIO]
Looking for a job? The state has expanded a program to help the unemployed in New Jersey find work within a few months.
August Is Summer Slack Off Month For NJ Residents [POLL/AUDIO]
It’s a Friday in August, do you know where your employees are?
Audit Finds Big Bonuses Awarded To Middlesex Officials [AUDIO]
Top officials at one of the state’s largest public authorities gave themselves huge bonuses and failed to properly award contracts to vendors, according to a new audit by the Office of the State Comptroller.
Christie Says NJ Gun Laws Are Strong Enough [AUDIO]
Two weeks after the movie theater massacre in Colorado that killed 12 people and wounded 58 others, Governor Chris Christie reiterates his position that New Jersey gun laws are sufficient and he does not support expanding them.
Governor Christie Disappointed In Jets, Giants Meadowlands Lawsuit [AUDIO]
With just two years to go until the Super Bowl comes to New Jersey, Governor Christie is calling out the owners of the Giants and Jets, regarding the American Dream at the Meadowlands lawsuit.
NJ Summer Storm Damage Could Cost Millions [POLL/AUDIO]
Its been a wild summer of storms in New Jersey, but utility companies say putting a price tag on the damage could take months.
Birthrates Drop In U.S. Over Down Economy [AUDIO]
The recession has slowed the nation’s birthrate, as more young parents choose not to have babies until the economy rebounds.