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.
Seaside Heights Mayor Sets Record Straight [AUDIO]
From demolition notices to rumors about when the gas will be turned back on, the mayor of Seaside Heights wants to set the record straight.
Christie Gets High Marks After Sandy [AUDIO]
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Governor Christie has received high marks from residents for his response and leadership.
Operators Of Bogus 9/11 Charity Ordered To Pay Donations Back
The two operators of a bogus charity who falsely claimed to be supporting the families of emergency responders who died at the World Trade Center on 9-11 have been ordered to disgorge $121,116 in donations, pay civil penalties and are permanently barred from working for any charitable organization i…
FEMA Helps NJ Towns Recover From Disaster [POLL/AUDIO]
Superstorm Sandy threatened more than just homes. In addition to the many assistance programs available to help people recover from disasters, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) offers a helping hand to communities, county and state agencies and some private non-profit organizations that…
NJ Schools Struggle To Make Up Lost Days From Storm [AUDIO]
Schools across the state are deciding how to make up lost days after Superstorm Sandy caused many to shut down for nearly two weeks.
Penalties for Looting During Disasters Could Increase [AUDIO]
If you're caught looting during a disaster, you could face jail time and big fines. The state Legislature is introducing a bill that will increase penalties for burglars and would-be thieves.
More Donations Needed for Sandy Victims [AUDIO]
Just as quickly as donations are coming in for victims of Superstorm Sandy, more items are still needed, especially along the Jersey shore - as residents come home to find nothing.
Shore Residents Get First Look At Sandy’s Damage [VIDEO/AUDIO]
More residents and property owners along New Jersey's barrier islands in Ocean County were allowed to return to their homes two weeks since Sandy hit, and what they found, was utter devastation.
Shore Towns Struggle With Lost Tourism Dollars [AUDIO]
In addition to towns struggling to clean up after Superstorm Sandy, shore communities must deal with lost revenue as they work to rebuild before next summer.
Atlantic City Casinos Struggle After Sandy [AUDIO]
Atlantic City's casinos are struggling to deal with the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy by laying off workers, cutting back the hours of others, and making still others take unpaid leaves.