Governor Christie had a Monday morning Town Hall in Kearny.  Elsewhere in New Jersey, red light cameras made headlines again.


  • At the Monday event, Christie reminded the audience to behave, while making a subtle reference to a recent indicent.
  • Red light cameras made news again, as the debate continues over whether the cameras are viewed as safety devices or money grabs.
  • The long-term unemployed in NJ face a catch-22 situation.
  • A political expert in New Jersey says that the Democratic party must unify, if they want to compete against the Governor.
  • A major driver's license ring in the state is busted.
  • Initiatives are introduced to help make Atlantic City safer and cleaner.
  • A new FDU-Public Mind Poll reveals some interesting numbers about this year's Senate race.
  • Our afternoon news anchor, Kelly Waldron, continues her journey since being diagnosed with endometriosis.
  • This week's What's So Great About The Garden State focuses on a Kearny-based charity with a novel concept for children with life-changing illnesses.

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The weekend poll asked if you thought tougher laws against road rage would make the roads safer....80% said no.




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