Rosetta Key is a News Anchor and Reporter for Townsquare Media's Ocean/Monmouth County Bureau. She's covered news in New Jersey for over 15 years and is the winner of the 2007 and 2008 New Jersey Associated Press Broadcaster's Association Award for Best News Series.
NJ Firm Airs Misconceptions About Obamacare [AUDIO]
An employee benefits consultant from New Jersey is hoping to clear up some of the common misconceptions about Obamacare, and he has even written a book about the topic.
Area Students Get Virtual Environment Lesson [AUDIO]
For three days this week, educators throughout New Jersey and New York will be talking about things like extreme weather, climate change, sea level rise and environmental stewardship with their students.
JCP&L’s Followup Fire Inspection Findings Released [AUDIO]
Electric utility Jersey Central Power and Light (JCP&L) conducts an inspection of its own at the the site determined to be the origin of the massive Seaside Boardwalk Fire.
Asbury Park Police Chief to Rescind His Retirement
No retirement this year for Asbury Park Police Chief Mark Kinmon.
Ocean County Child Luring Case Prompts Safety Warning [AUDIO]
An attempted child luring incident in Ocean County this week by a registered sex offender serves as a lesson in keeping kids safe on the streets.
Sex Offender Arrested For Child Luring in Lakewood
A Tier 2 Megan's Law sex offender from Jackson is taken into custody for allegedly attempting to lure two female teens into his pickup truck.
NJ County Parks Make Slow Comeback After Sandy [AUDIO]
While boardwalks and beaches made a seemingly miraculous comeback from Superstorm Sandy, progress has been slow in restoring some of Ocean County's parks.
Monmouth County Mumps Cases Rise to 36
Monmouth County health officials say they're now investigating 36 probable mumps cases as more individuals with symptoms come forward.
Pro Beach Volleyball in Atlantic City This Weekend
Not only are Miss America beauty contestants roaming around Atlantic City this weekend but you can catch professional beach volleyball as well.
Mumps Cases Rise to 22 in Monmouth County (Update)
Monmouth County health officials say the number of probable mumps cases is now up to 22.