92.7 WOBM Weekend News Briefing: March 29-31
Long Branch Police have made an arrest from the motor vehicle crash that left three of their officers injured in February.
We have an update on Ashley Combs of Toms River who was missing for a week.
An Ocean Township man is in jail after directing derogatory terms about another mans religion before pepper spraying him. Police responded where the victim told officers the accused also threatened to shoot him.
We've been telling you about proposed fee hikes on guns, from purchaser i-d cards, to carry permits. The governor also wants additional taxes on ammo and firearms. Folks who'd actually need to purchase a gun to earn a living, such as security guards, are not happy.
An expansion of New Jersey's medical marijuana program will remain on hold for at least two months. But Governor Murphy says his administration is "holding back enormous demand" for access to the medicine and won't wait beyond May.
New Jersey American Water is replacing over 72-hundred feet of aging water main in their Howell service area as well as three fire hydrants and 89-utility owned service lines.
Verizon has rolled out a new way to battle those seemingly endless robocalls.
If you have a taste for venison, you don't have to buy it imported from somewhere else. In fact, in New Jersey, it's the only kind of roadkill you can register to be processed.
Hackensack Meridian Health is giving residents an opportunity to help local hospitals, public health departments and other health care providers assess the health status in their community.