State’s Preschool Program Stalling [AUDIO]
A new report shows that New Jersey's state run preschool program is stalling as a result of funding issues.
Camden Looks Forward to Economic Surge [VIDEO/AUDIO]
With crime steadily decreasing and the police force rebuilding, Camden officials are optimistic the city could be on the brink of an economic surge.
Bill Would Improve NJ’s Water Infrastructure [AUDIO]
New Jersey's aging water infrastructure is the target of a new bill being introduced in both Congress and the Senate by Congressman Bill Pascrell (D-9) and Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ).
Summer Spikes Aggressive Driver Tip Line [AUDIO]
The image that New Jersey drivers are hard as nails behind the wheel is actually a source of pride for many motorists, but summer is the time of year when many take it too far.
PATCO Construction Could Cause Delays [AUDIO]
Commuters on the Port Authority Transit Corporation train could be in for a headache this summer as an ongoing construction project is expected to shut down the south rail and cause 30-minute service interruptions.
New App Lets Users Be ‘Citizen Scientists’ [AUDIO]
A smartphone app will let users become citizen scientists, allowing them to report environmental pollution with just a few clicks.
Richie Sambora Discusses Drug Dangers [AUDIO/VIDEO]
Crowds lined up for hours at the Pine Belt Arena buzzing about the appearance of former Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora. It wasn't a concert but rather the third installment of the Ocean County Prosecutor's seminars on the dangers of heroin.
NJ Utility Companies Prep For Summer [AUDIO]
As the official start of summer approaches, utility companies in New Jersey are preparing themselves for the inevitable spike in power demand as the thermometer rises.
Many Beaches in Pre-Sandy Conditions [AUDIO]
Although Superstorm Sandy left New Jersey beaches battered, much of the state's coast is stronger than ever going into summer 2014.
Tourism Officials Look Forward to Summer [AUDIO]
The upcoming Memorial Day weekend marks the start of the 2014 summer tourism season in New Jersey, but it's also the first time Sandy won't be the first thing on the minds of tourism officials.