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.
Christie: NJ Utilities Did Better Than Irene [POLL/AUDIO]
After nearly two weeks without electricity, most residents in New Jersey have power, minus those along the barrier islands.
Chris Christie Says Jersey Shore Will Be Open Next Summer [AUDIO]
With a post-Hurricane Sandy recovery phase nearly complete, Governor Christie says it’s now time to focus on rebuilding New Jersey.
NJ Residents Share Shore Memories [AUDIO]
It's months away and very premature, but New Jerseyans are already starting to think about the landscape of the shore after Sandy.
Most New Jerseyans Unprepared For Sandy’s Wrath [POLL/AUDIO]
If you weren't prepared for Hurricane Sandy, you're not alone. Now that life is slowly starting to return to normal, most New Jersey residents say they would do things differently.
FEMA Applications Skyrocket After Sandy [AUDIO]
About 143,000 New Jerseyans have registered for federal disaster assistance with FEMA and officials say the number and the need will continue to grow.
NJ Residents Sick Of Storms, Brace For Winter [POLL/AUDIO]
First a hurricane, then a nor'easter. New Jersey residents are already sick of the weather.
Kyrillos Falls To Incumbent Menendez For U.S. Senate [AUDIO]
It was a defeat for Joe Kyrillos, the Republican challenger for U.S. Senate in New Jersey, who never figured out a way to beat a better-known, more financed incumbent.
Looting in LBI, Toms River, Bay Head Have NJ Attorney General Adding Troopers [AUDIO]
In the aftermath of superstorm Sandy, New Jersey State Police bring in additional manpower to help support coastal communities.
Struggles Continue in Ocean County After Hurricane Sandy
Ocean County continues to struggle after Hurricane Sandy left a path of destruction.
NJ Utilities Keeping Watching Eye on Frankenstorm [AUDIO]
New Jersey utilities are getting ready in the event Hurricane Sandy slams the state. Forecasters say the storm is expected to bring heavy rain, strong winds and flooding.