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.
NJ Holiday Drunk Driving Crackdown Underway [AUDIO]
Law enforcement officials will be cracking down on drunk drivers as part of the annual holiday season "Drive Sober, Or Get Pulled Over" statewide drunk driving enforcement campaign.
FEMA Program for Emergency Home Repairs For Sandy Victims
Taking action to provide immediate and emergency repairs to return families to their homes and secure structures from additional damage this winter, Governor Chris Christie today announced the implementation of FEMA’s Sheltering and Temporary Essential Power (STEP) Pilot Program in the 5 New …
NJ’s First Medical Marijuana Dispensary Opens [POLL/AUDIO]
Its been three years since New Jersey's medical marijuana bill was signed into law. After numerous roadblocks and legal hurdles, the state's first dispensary has finally opened its doors in Montclair.
Mixed News For NJ Housing Market, Report Shows [AUDIO]
Foreclosure sales are down in New Jersey, but short sales are up, according to a report by RealtyTrac, an online marketplace for foreclosure properties.
NJ Schools Consider CO Detectors After Georgia Scare [AUDIO]
Its colorless, odorless and could be fatal. New Jersey officials are taking a closer look at installing carbon monoxide detectors in schools after dozens of students and teachers were hospitalized at a school in Georgia.
Attorney General Announces Arrests And Gun Seizures In North NJ
Numerous arrests and gun seizures have been made today as a result of the Passaic River Corridor Initiative, state Attorney General Jeff Chiesa announced today.
FEMA Payouts Top $272 Million In NJ [AUDIO]
The Federal Emergency Management Agency says to date, 240,000 New Jersey residents have applied for individual disaster assistance and they have distributed $272 million, a majority of that for shore homeowners.
JCP&L Seeks Rate Hike To Pay For Two Storms [AUDIO]
If you're a Jersey Central Power & Light customer, you could be paying more soon. The state's second-largest utility had filed for a rate increase request with the state Board of Public Utilities to raise rates by $31 million a year.
Bill To Remove Offensive Language In State Statutes Clears Assembly
Legislation sponsored by Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle (D-Bergen) to rid state statutes of archaic and derogatory language used to describe people with developmental, cognitive or psychiatric disabilities was approved Monday by the full Assembly.
Monmouth Officials Bank On Sandy Hook Re-Opening [AUDIO]
Monmouth County towns decimated by Superstorm Sandy are hopeful that Sandy Hook National Park is open this summer.