New Jersey 101.5 News — Flash Briefing for May 9 (Morning)
With less than two weeks to go before the election, some polls suggest the race for governor in the Garden State appears to be all but over.
A case of road rage in Ridgefield leads to an SUV crashing into a home and injuring an elderly woman.
A response to a fire alarm led to the discovery of nearly $1 million worth of high-grade marijuana product.
Members of a North Jersey fire company are leaning on each other for strength this week after one of their own collapsed and died suddenly during a training exercise Monday night.
A study released Wednesday found potentially dangerous contaminants in several baby food products — including arsenic in 80 percent of infant formulas.
Responding to potential cuts to entitlement programs on the federal level, the New Jersey Anti-Hunger Coalition has launched a campaign to protect the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), which the coalition refers to as the front line of defense against hunger in the Garden State and across the nation.