Stacy Proebstle has covered everything from the shore to the State House since becoming a reporter and anchor in 2009. As a former reporter for Townsquare Media NJ, she has been on the scene for major breaking news stories.
NJ Mayors Concerned About New FEMA Flood Maps [POLL/AUDIO]
The new FEMA flood maps recommend that residents in flood zones in ten counties consider raising their homes anywhere between one and five feet.
NJ Mayors Frustrated Over Sandy Relief Delay [AUDIO]
House Speaker John Boehner has assured lawmakers that the house will vote on $60 billion in aid related to Superstorm Sandy by January 15th. New Jersey mayors say any delay will be costly.
NJ Faces Construction Worker Shortage [AUDIO]
As the rebuilding process from Superstorm Sandy continues, towns are facing yet another obstacle: a shortage of construction workers.
NJ’s Suburban Office Market Fading Fast [AUDIO]
A new Rutgers regional report, "Reinventing the New Jersey Economy: New Metropolitan and Regional Employment Dynamics," finds the legacy of New Jersey's 1980's office building boom is now aging and far less competitive.
NJ Emergency Officials Brace For Winter Storms [AUDIO]
Hurricanes, nor'easters, snowstorms. Shore towns already vulnerable from Superstorm Sandy are preparing for the worst this winter.
Protecting Workers In Sandy’s Aftermath [AUDIO]
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, federal agencies are now raising awareness about worker safety hazards.
Bi-Partisanship Out Window After Sandy In NJ [AUDIO]
After Superstorm Sandy, it was a love-fest between Democrats and Republicans in New Jersey. Not anymore. With a gubernatorial race in 2013, bipartisanship is out the window.
What’s Your Workplace Wish For 2013? [AUDIO]
What's your workplace wish? Most New Jerseyans say in 2013 they would like a raise, a nicer boss and more steady hours.
NJ Groups Offer Comfort In Connecticut [AUDIO]
Many organizations are finding ways to help the people impacted by the tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut. Some that are lending a hand come from New Jersey.
Towns Struggle With Raising Beach Tag Fees To Pay For Sandy [AUDIO]
Most shore towns say they have no plans to raise beach badge fees to help pay for Sandy related costs, but others say they haven't ruled it out.