Rosetta Key is a News Anchor and Reporter for Townsquare Media's Ocean/Monmouth County Bureau. She's covered news in New Jersey for over 15 years and is the winner of the 2007 and 2008 New Jersey Associated Press Broadcaster's Association Award for Best News Series.
Cancer cluster rat study findings released
One chemical can be crossed off the list of primary causes of a childhood cancer cluster that turned up in an Ocean County community's drinking water in the 1990's.
New Jon Bon Jovi Soul Kitchen to open in Toms River
A Jersey rocker's mission to provide community fellowship and high-quality meals for the cost of a donation or volunteer service will be expanding its reach.
Free Narcan kits, training offered through January
Since September, 237 residents in Ocean and Monmouth counties have learned how to use the nasal spray Naloxone, or Narcan, to prevent opioid overdose deaths.
Coast Guard intensifies striped bass fishing enforcement
Commercial and recreational fishermen are being warned against fishing for Atlantic striped bass in federal ocean waterways.
Annual event raises funds for wounded soldiers
A New Jersey family has turned the tragic loss of their son in Iraq into a charity that continues to benefit an untold number of military veterans and soldiers, both at home and abroad.
Autism Speaks to host shore walk kick-off
Autism Speaks invites the public to the kick-off dinner of one of its major annual fundraising walks in Long Branch.
Pedestrian safety program moves to shore [AUDIO/VIDEO]
Long Beach Island is now part of a handful of towns participating in a 12-month pilot program aimed at increasing pedestrian safety and driver awareness in New Jersey.
Oyster Creek Wants to Delay Safety Upgrades [AUDIO]
The parent company of the nation's oldest operating nuclear power plant is trying to get out of making additional post-Fukushima disaster prevention upgrades.
Environmentalists: ‘Get to Work’ on Restoration [AUDIO]
With the exception of the removal of underwater debris, boats, vehicles and amusement rides, the majority of post-Sandy mitigation work has been concentrated on what we can see. But an environmental group wants some of the attention focused on what we can't see.
NJ Lawmakers Support VA’s Decision [AUDIO]
It's deja vu for some Garden State lawmakers, who are learning what the federal government is planning to do to fix the nation's beleaguered Veterans Affairs health care system.