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 Comptroller Report Details Millions In Taxpayer Savings [AUDIO]
Waste, fraud and abuse. The Office of the State Comptroller is out with an annual report on fiscal accountability in New Jersey government, and you'll be surprised at the tax dollars recovered and saved.
NJ Labor Department Working To Hire Returning Vets [AUDIO]
There are about 22,000 unemployed veterans in New Jersey. The state Department of Labor is focused on helping those brave men and women who return home from the military find work.
NJ Faces Snowy Winter This Year [AUDIO]
It was nearly a snow-free winter last year in New Jersey. But don't put your shovels away just yet. Forecasters say the northeast should have much more snow than usual this season.
Minimum Wage Hike Battle Continues [POLL/AUDIO]
The battle over the minimum wage hike continues.
Christie: No More Spending Bills Until I Get A Tax Cut [AUDIO]
Governor Christie is growing tired of the so-called "money game" in Trenton.
Governor Christie Increases Funding For Community Health Centers [VIDEO/AUDIO]
Recognizing the need to care for New Jersey's most vulnerable residents, Governor Chris Christie has announced a $10 million dollar increase in funding for the state's 105 community health centers.
NJ Experiencing Lack Of Heritage [AUDIO]
We all know that shore revenue is an important part of New Jersey's overall tourism economy. But what about the state's historic sites? Some experts say the Garden State struggles to capitalize on heritage tourism.
NJ Schools Cutting Back On Homework [AUDIO]
Are kids getting too much homework these days? A new study by NJ Monthly magazine finds that some New Jersey towns are cutting back and trying new ideas to reduce stress.
Half Of Graduating Seniors Not Ready For College [AUDIO]
Is your child college ready? Findings released by the College Board show that half of graduating seniors who took a college entrance exam did not have all the skills they will need to succeed in college or career.
Governor Christie Opposed To Putting Minimum Wage Hike Bill To Voters [VIDEO/AUDIO]
Yesterday, we told you about Senate President Steve Sweeney's plan to put a minimum wage hike to the voters. Governor Chris Christie is responding, and calls that idea, "truly ridiculous."