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.
Report On NJ Foster Care System Raises Alarms [AUDIO]
A new report finds New Jersey is not doing enough to protect young children in the foster care system.
No Ruling Yet On NJ Sports Betting Lawsuit [AUDIO]
Its the first legal test of New Jersey's sports wagering law.
Report Finds Young Children At High Risk For Abuse In NJ Foster Care System
A shocking new report by Advocates For Children of New Jersey finds young children are at the most risk for abuse and neglect in the state's foster care system.
Heroin-Trafficking Ring Busted In Monmouth County [AUDIO]
Fifty-two people were charged Monday after a massive drug sweep dismantled a major heroin-trafficking ring in Monmouth County.
Sandy Forum Focuses On Toxic Chemicals [AUDIO]
Hurricane Sandy clean up can be hazardous.
52 Charged In Gang, Gun, Drug Ring At Jersey Shore
Fifty-two people were charged today in a massive heroin sweep undertaken by the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office and a number of other law enforcement agencies, Acting Prosecutor Chris Gramiccioni announced.
How To Talk To Your Kids About CT School Shooting [AUDIO]
The Newtown, Connecticut school shootings that left twenty-six dead, many of them young children, has left many parents nationwide struggling to figure out what to tell their children.
Union County Anti-Gang Expansion Bill Advances in Assembly
Legislation Assembly Democrat Joe Cryan sponsored to allow judges sentencing a delinquent juvenile to include the option of ordering participation in instruction in preventing gang and youth violence was released Thursday by an Assembly panel.
Lawmakers Unveil Tax Break Bill For Sandy Victims [AUDIO]
New Jersey, New York and Connecticut lawmakers are proposing a package of tax breaks for victims of Superstorm Sandy.
TV Tip-Over Deaths On Rise, New Report Reveals [AUDIO]
With many families purchasing new televisions during the holiday season, a new report released today by Safe Kids Worldwide reveals that every three weeks, a child dies from a television tipping over and nearly 13,000 more children are injured each year in the U.S.