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.
FEMA Payouts Top $272 Million In NJ [AUDIO]
The Federal Emergency Management Agency says to date, 240,000 New Jersey residents have applied for individual disaster assistance and they have distributed $272 million, a majority of that for shore homeowners.
JCP&L Seeks Rate Hike To Pay For Two Storms [AUDIO]
If you're a Jersey Central Power & Light customer, you could be paying more soon. The state's second-largest utility had filed for a rate increase request with the state Board of Public Utilities to raise rates by $31 million a year.
Monmouth Officials Bank On Sandy Hook Re-Opening [AUDIO]
Monmouth County towns decimated by Superstorm Sandy are hopeful that Sandy Hook National Park is open this summer.
Revel’s Financial Struggle Continues [POLL/AUDIO]
Revel owes millions in unpaid taxes to Atlantic City and borrowed millions more to stay open through next year. The struggling casino's finances continue to be in trouble.
Assembly Bill Would Create Post-Sandy Task Force [AUDIO]
Hoping to minimize the impact of severe weather on public utilities and shorten power outages for residents, a state legislator will introduce a bill today to create a commission tasked with finding better ways deliver energy to consumers.
NJ’s Controversial Black Bear Hunt Starts Today [AUDIO]
The initial results of a five-year Comprehensive Black Bear Management Policy (CBBMP) initiated by the Department of Environmental Protection in 2010, offering a mix of education, research and trash management, combined with an annual bear hunt, shows a reduction in the number of black bears living …
Sandy Bills Would Improve Response By Utilities [AUDIO]
Storm prep bills take center stage in the New Jersey Legislature, as lawmakers look to improve response by utility companies.
NJ Attorney General Files More Price Gouging Lawsuits [AUDIO]
Ten more New Jersey businesses are accused of price gouging after Superstorm Sandy, as state officials vow to continue to crack down on retailers who attempt to capitalize on victims' misfortune.
NJ Gets Passing Grades On Hospital Safety [AUDIO]
How safe is your local hospital? A new report gives New Jersey hospitals improving grades when it comes to how well they protected patients from injuries, infections and mistakes last year.
NJ Has Powerball Fever; Jackpot Jumps To $550 Million [POLL/AUDIO]
Powerball fever has hit New Jersey, as lottery hopefuls, with two dollars and a dream hope to cash in big tonight with a jackpot that has grown yet again.