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.
Twelve Percent in NJ Can’t Afford Nutritious Food [AUDIO]
About one in eight New Jersey households can't afford to buy enough nutritious food according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. To raise awareness of the number of those struggling to eat, food banks throughout New Jersey will participate in National Hunger Action Month.
Medical Procedure Helps End Back Pain [AUDIO]
How desperate are you to end your chronic back pain? Desperate enough to get a trial medical device implanted next to your spinal column?
Suspect in Pa Bank Robberies Looks Like Lakewood Suspect [VIDEO]
The Lakewood Police Department may have caught their man in a T-D Bank robbery last week.
Lakewood Shooting Sends Victim to Trauma Center [VIDEO]
A man is hospitalized in critical condition and the suspect is at large following a shooting in Lakewood Thursday night.
Ortley Beach Protection Measures On Tap [AUDIO]
Sandy-devastated Ortley Beach residents are scared that another named storm will destroy the slow recovery efforts they're making after nearly being wiped off the coast by Superstorm Sandy last year.
Changes Ahead for GED Test Next Year [AUDIO]
Big changes are coming to high school equivalency test nationwide next year.
Bradley Beach Lifeguard Rescued
A Bradley Beach lifeguard was rescued Thursday afternoon by fellow beach patrol members when he was knocked from a paddle board by a wave sending him to the ocean floor.
Christie’s Atlantic City Bet Begins to Pay Off [AUDIO]
Three years ago, Governor Chris Christie made improving the struggling Atlantic City Tourism District a priority, but is the investment paying off this summer?
Barbara Buono Talks with Townsquare Media [AUDIO]
Democratic Senator Barbara Buono enters hostile territory with strong Republican leanings to talk about her run for Governor.
Environmental Groups Oppose Proposed LNG Terminal [AUDIO]
Environmental groups are calling on a liquified natural gas company to come clean about its intentions to not only import LNG into the tri-state area, but to export it overseas as well.